Buy four shows and save. (Don’t worry, ticket exchanges are free.)
Subscriptions must comprise an equal number tickets to each show. Prices subject to change after November 29.
Akram Khan & Israel Galván
In a circle of deep-hued light, dance artists Akram Khan and Israel Galván square off, flanked by four musicians. Exploding into a volley of sharp movements—angles and arcs, mirrored and refracted—they unfurl an electrifying evening-length work that is equal parts dialogue and duel.
Torobaka is rooted in the vocabularies of kathak, the classical South Asian dance form at the center of Khan’s movement practice, and the contemporary flamenco of Galván, an innovator celebrated for his mastery of the form and exuberant transgression of its boundaries. Negotiating a new, shared language— marked by percussive footwork, expressive musicality, and powerful, articulate gesture—these two figures come together, confronting and mirroring one another in a muscular, sinuous exchange.
Music arranged and performed by David Azurza, Bobote, Christine Leboutte, B C Manjunath
Lighting design by Michael Hulls
Costume design by Kimie Nakano
This event has been canceled. Due to a recent knee injury while performing in Paris, Israel Galván has been advised by his doctor to withdraw his participation in the Torobaka tour while he undergoes complete rest and rehabilitation.
All orders placed online or by phone have been refunded to the original method of payment. Please note: if you purchased your tickets with cash, you must come in person to the box office to make an exchange or receive your refund.
Support for Muslim Stories: Global to Local provided by the Building Bridges Program of the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art.
Participants learn the basics of Trisha Brown’s 1983 masterwork Set and Reset with Jamie Scott.
Contemporary circus maverick Daniele Finzi Pasca presents an acrobatic homage to Salvador Dalí.
DanceAfrica 2016 welcomes two Dakar-based companies, WAATO SiiTA and Tenane.