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Taiwan’s Cloud Gate Dance Theatre performs a lyrical tribute to the island’s essential crop.
DJ Kid Koala adapts his 2003 graphic novel about a love-struck robot for puppets and film.
LA band Timur and the Dime Museum performs a glam-rock requiem for the natural world.
Juliette Binoche, Ivo van Hove, and Anne Carson offer a new version of Sophokles’ play.
Choreographer Kenneth Kvarnström riffs on the baroque with dance, music, and monologue.
James Thierrée and Compagnie du Hanneton offer an acrobatic portrait of steampunk dystopia.
Thaddeus Phillips uses stories and simple props to explore our fragile right of passage.
Seán Curran Company and Kyrgyz folk music ensemble Ustatshakirt Plus collaborate.
Miranda July risks all in a unique experiment in collaboration and utopia.
Indie band Other Lives and director Terry Kinney marry cinematic sound and imagery.
Visual artist Stan Douglas and screenwriter Chris Haddock deliver a high-tech film noir.
Cellist Maya Beiser performs works by Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, Michael Gordon, and others.
Consummate clown and choreographer Martin Zimmermann maneuvers a shape-shifting landscape.
Visionary director Karin Coonrod dissects Queen Elizabeth I through her writings.
Japanese dance troupe Sankai Juku returns to BAM for the first time in nearly a decade.
Artist William Kentridge takes apart time in this phantasmagoric multimedia chamber opera.
Carl Hancock Rux and Theo Bleckmann weave together stories of genealogy and genocide.
The audience navigates a maze of video tunnels in this live music-filled ode to life.
Australian troupe Circa and the Debussy String Quartet fuse acrobatics with Shostakovich.
Dance icons Wendy Whelan and Jock Soto reimagine a Noh theater classic.
Théâtre de l'Atelier stages revered French writer Marguerite Duras’s mesmerizing drama.
Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society probes America’s fascination with conspiracy theories.
Taiwan’s U-Theatre skirts material limits with contemporary dance, martial arts, and more.
An experiment in melody created by artist Eve Sussman, Jim White, and Claudia de Serpa Soares.
Dancer Souleymane “Solo” Badolo explores the cost of maintaining familial roots.
Composer Julia Wolfe and the Bang on a Can All-Stars deconstruct the ballad of John Henry.
Choreographer Sasha Waltz sets a maelstrom of torqued torsos to the music of Edgard Varèse.
Urban Bush Women perform a new work inspired by John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme.
Mark Morris Dance Group’s beloved reimagining of The Nutcracker returns for the holidays.
Theatrical auteur John Jahnke resuscitates the ancient Greek myth of Hylas.
Celebrated actor Paterson Joseph inhabits the curious life of Charles “Sancho” Ignatius.
A panel of scholars and artists examine the timeless truths of Sophokles’ ancient tragedy.
Juliette Binoche and members of the company discuss their staging of Sophokles’ play.
Bryan Doerries and Thaddeus Phillips lead this audience forum on borders and national identity.
Artist William Kentridge and physicist Peter Galison discuss their multimedia chamber opera.
BAM members at Level 3 and above are invited.
A conversation between Kay Redfield Jamison, Andrew Solomon, and Simon Critchley.
Director Anne Bogart and composer Julia Wolfe discuss the rich narrative of John Henry.
Paterson Joseph joins Bryan Doerries for this expansive audience discussion.
Gain unique insight into the training rituals of the incomparable Taiwanese company.
Thaddeus Phillips leads this master class in theater creation and improvisation.
Thi Mai Nguyen leads this class in movement and mindfulness.
The co-artistic directors of Seán Curran Company lead this class in contemporary dance.
Sankai Juku founder and dancer Semimaru leads this class in the movement of Butoh.
Souleymane Badolo guides dancers through his multifaceted movement vocabulary.
Company members of Urban Bush Women lead this immersive master class.
Members of Mark Morris Dance Group teach excerpts from this season’s The Hard Nut.
Families learn excerpts from Mark Morris Dance Group’s The Hard Nut.