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A circus workshop for persons with Parkinson’s disease and their care partners.
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Wed, Dec 7 for General public
Ireland’s Druid revives Martin McDonagh’s Tony Award-winning pitch-black comedy.
Choreographer Ohad Naharin’s latest creation for the otherworldly dancers of Batsheva.
South Africa’s Isango Ensemble delivers a musical adaptation of a young refugee’s story.
Caryl Churchill’s by-turns hilarious and unsettling new play, directed by James Macdonald.
A tightly choreographed pageant of percussion by Japan’s preeminent taiko ensemble Kodo.
A new work by Cuban contemporary dance standard-bearers Malpaso Dance Company.
The choreographer presents a double-bill: Britten’s Curlew River and Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas.
A deeply personal solo work about the slipperiness of memory by director Robert Lepage.
Three works representing the past, present, and future of this peerless company.
A stellar lineup of musical luminaries pay tribute to Nonesuch Records’ Bob Hurwitz.
The superstar Pakistani singer performs an evening of South Asian folk and devotional music.
Writers from around the world offer their insight and experience with the refugee crisis.
The iconic artist discusses his interest in memory, both collective and personal.
Marvi offers insights into her techniques and philosophy in this lecture-demonstration.
An in-depth seminar in what it takes to produce a show on the BAM stage.
Batsheva Dance Company member Omri Drumlevich leads this class in the basics of Gaga this special workshop in Gaga.
Ensemble members lead this music and dance class rooted in the Isixhosa tradition.
Osnel Delgado and members of Malpaso teach the techniques of Cuban modern dance.
Two members of Mark Morris Dance Group lead this class in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas.