DEMO by Damian Woetzel: NOW 2020

Eisenhower Theater

This installment of the Kennedy Center's popular DEMO series presents recent commissions and D.C. premieres from some of today’s most creative voices in dance and music.

Mon. Mar. 2, 2020 8p.m.
MyTix Student Rush

  • Genre

    Dance

  • Price Range

    $29.00 – $69.00

  • Runtime

    TBA

A performance of Fandango Vail

Roman Mejia in Alexei Ratmansky's Fandango, with Brooklyn Rider. Photo by Christopher Duggan.

Program

DEMO: NOW 2020
Damian Woetzel, former NYC Ballet Principal dancer turned director, choreographer, and producer—and now president of The Juilliard School—continues to bring together today’s most creative voices in dance and music. For this DEMO performance, artists include Tony Award® nominated Broadway star and former New York City Ballet principal dancer Robert Fairchild, current New York City Ballet principal dancer Lauren Lovette and rising star Roman Mejia, modern dance dynamo Melissa Toogood, emerging tap dancer Dario Natarelli, cutting-edge string quartet Brooklyn Rider, and the versatile guitarist Alberta Khoury in an exciting program of new collaborations!

About DEMO by Damian Woetzel
The former New York City Ballet Principal Dancer turned director, choreographer, and producer—and now president of The Juilliard School—continues to unite bright talents from diverse art forms in cross-genre performances focused around fascinating themes. Previous shows in this series have featured Broadway and NYCB star Tiler Peck, iconic dancer and actress Carmen de Lavallade, gifted singer/ songwriter Kate Davis, Tony®-winning actor Bill Irwin, tap dance revolutionary Michelle Dorrance, and a special DEMO commission choreographed by Bessie Award winner Pam Tanowitz set to a composition by Pulitzer Prize winner Caroline Shaw.

Watch and Listen

Explore the concept of artistic im/perfection with a cast of world class ballerinas, hip-hop dancers, modern dancers, and musicians led by Woetzel, the newly appointed President of Juilliard.

Im/perfection - Dance worlds collide in the story of DEMO by Damian Woetzel

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DEMO is presented as part of The Irene Pollin Audience Development and Community Engagement Initiatives

Additional support for Dance at the Kennedy Center is provided by Suzanne L. Niedland

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All events and artists subject to change without prior notice.

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