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CROWD
CROWD
Oct 13—Oct 15, 2022
 
Dance

US Premiere

Conception, choreography and scenography by Gisèle Vienne

BAM DEBUT

 

Gisèle Vienne stops time in this hypnotic work that’s captivated audiences from Tokyo to Sao Paulo. The acclaimed French choreographer transports us to a rave, conjuring up a cinematic fever dream, a sacred ritual, and a night spent losing oneself in the crowd. The air throbs with pulsing beats from the radical EDM artists of 90s Detroit. Time ebbs and flows, capturing a moment of explosive synchronicity or slowing down to illuminate the tiniest movements, as 15 individual stories emerge and are subsumed by the group.

Showcasing Vienne at the height of her artistic power, CROWD makes its US premiere at BAM in a rush of collective euphoria and creative destruction.

FRANCE

 

Sound design by Peter Rehberg and Stephen O’Malley
Lighting design by Patrick Riou
Dramaturgy by Gisèle Vienne and Denis Cooper

 
ON SALE DATES
SINGLE TICKETS ON SALE
Thu Jun 09
BAM Members & Patrons
 
Thu Jun 23
General Public
 
 
RUN TIME
1hr 30min
VENUE
TICKET INFO
TICKETS START AT  $35
BAM Members receive 20% off through July 15. No promo code needed.
All performances will adhere to protocols developed in accordance with New York State regulations and in consultation with medical professionals for the safety of our artists, audiences, and staff. 

Leadership support for BAM Access Programs provided by the Jerome L. Greene Foundation

JL Greene

 

Leadership support for programming in the Howard Gilman Opera House provided by:

 

Leadership support for dance at BAM provided by The SHS Foundation

Leadership support for dance at BAM provided by:

harkness

 

Leadership support for CROWD provided by:

“a dazzling piece, transfixing and strangely resonant.”
— The Guardian
“bold, visually arresting dance designed with cinematic flair.”
— The Stage
“a spectacular and powerful performance”
— Exeunt Magazine
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