Bill T. Jones
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker
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From iconic BAM artists like Anne Teresa De Keersemaeker and William Forsythe to cutting-edge choreographers David Dorfman and Hofesh Shechter, from Bill T. Jones and Anne Bogart’s dance-theater celebration of The Rite of Spring to a provocative new piece from BAM Fisher artist-in-residence Kate Weare, this season soars with startling, revelatory dance performances.
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Bill T. Jones and Anne Bogart offer a dance-theater celebration of The Rite of Spring.
The Forsythe Company translates Elizabethan tragedy into a world of beguiling movement.
Doug Varone Dancers and a guest company celebrate their homecoming.
Composer Fred Ho, and his Green Monster Big Band celebrate the great Muhammad Ali.
David Dorfman Dance explores the messiness of daily life to the raw rock sounds of Smoke.
The influential choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker presents two ravishing works.
Choreographer Brian Brooks uses rapid-fire partnering to test the limits of time and space.
Choreographer John Heginbotham presents a whimsical new work inspired by Picabia and Satie.
Choreographer Kate Weare explores sexual fantasy as a metaphor for creative expression.
Choreographer Angelin Preljocaj offers an epic encounter with the end of the world.
Israeli-born choreographer Hofesh Shechter presents the US premiere of a new work.
Susan Marshall collaborates with David Lang in this electric guitar-fueled dance work.
The Moses story is the focus of this evening-length work by choreographer Reggie Wilson.
Choreographer Tere O’Connor collapses three works into a single hybrid creation.