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Batsheva Dance Company
Choreography by Ohad Naharin
Rapier-like one moment, slow and methodical the next, the otherworldly performers of Batsheva Dance Company exemplify choreographer Ohad Naharin’s (Sadeh21, 2014 Next Wave; Hora, 2012 Winter/Spring) innovative movement research Gaga, which is informed by a heightened knowledge and self-awareness of the body. In his latest creation Last Work, Naharin offers an open-ended meditation on the humanism inherent in the body’s motion, veering explosively between the political and the excruciatingly personal.
Lighting design by Avi Yona Bueno (Bambi)
Soundtrack design and edit by Maxim Warratt
Original music by Grischa Lichtenberger
Stage design by Zohar Shoef
Costume design by Eri Nakamura
Co-produced by Festival Montpellier Danse; Hellerau-European Center for the Arts, Dresden. Supported by Batsheva New Works Fund and Dalia and Eli Hurvitz Foundation, with special funding by the American Friends of Batsheva.
This performance is currently sold out, but don’t despair.
Additional seats may become available on the day of the performance due to returns. These seats are sold on a first-come, first-served basis right before the show starts.
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Three works representing the past, present, and future of this peerless company.
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