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TICKET INFORMATION
What dance can be.
Canceled
Candoco Dance Company
Dance
NY PREMIERE
Choreography by Trisha Brown; Yasmeen Godder

BAM DEBUT

 
This event has been canceled due to concerns around the spread of COVID-19. All ticket holders will receive a refund via the original method of payment; no further action is needed. If you haven’t received your refund yet, please consider donating your ticket to BAM and help the arts continue to thrive during these challenging times. Contact BAM Ticket Services at info@BAM.org.

We look forward to having you back in our spaces and reconvening our extraordinary community of artists and audiences. We especially appreciate your patience and understanding during this challenging time. For updates on BAM’s programming and operations in light of this evolving situation, visit our BAM Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates page.

“When I came to Candoco it was clear to me that I was coming to work with a community”
—Yasmeen Godder, choreographer of Face In
From the Bird’s Nest in Beijing to the London Paralympics closing ceremony to outdoor spaces that catch stray passers-by, Candoco has spent 28 years sharing its work all over the world. The company has commissioned such preeminent choreographers as Siobhan Davies, Emanuel Gat, and Hofesh Shechter, building an expansive body of work to match its expansive vision.
The first professional company in the UK dedicated to the integration of disabled and non-disabled dancers, Candoco is driven by world-class artists committed to challenging what dance can be. They take on “the most beloved and irresistible work of postmodern dance” (The New York Times), Trisha Brown’s Set and Reset, originally commissioned by BAM for its first Next Wave in 1983. In collaboration with Trisha Brown Dance Company, Candoco restages Brown’s original guidelines and choreographic phrases to include disabled dancers for the first time. Israeli-American choreographer Yasmeen Godder worked closely with the company to create Face In, an uninhibited piece that’s sensual, disturbing, and ridiculous by turns—but always deeply personal.
 
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1hr 10min with one intermission
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ACCESSIBILITY

Accessible seating is available for all Candoco performances. Learn more here.

BAM is committed to making our campus and programming both welcoming and accessible to all patrons, and is also working towards increasing long-term accessible seating options.

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