The “world’s greatest dance festival” is returning to Durham this summer and dance-fan or not, American Dance Festival is going to blow your freaking mind. This month-long celebration of dancing, choreography and everything in between brings together dancers from all over the world for performances, workshops and educational opportunities in the Bull City. And now, it's more accessible than ever.
Thanks to the ADF Go program, folks ages 18-30 can score tickets for as little as $12—a total steal considering the absolutely *major* acts you get to see.
Kick off American Dance Festival season in style with a special launch party complete with local brews, swag, dancing, drinks and killer DJ.
This perennial crowd favorite will present a piece based on the five senses. Pilobolus has been an influential pioneer in the modern dance world over the past 40+ years, so their show is a definite must-see.
An eccentric show combining dance and comedy, 'Places Please,' takes a look at the anxiety-riddled moments backstage before the curtain rises. This unconventional piece will simultaneously make you think and laugh.
Critically acclaimed collaborators, Eyal and Behar, present 'OCD Love'. Accompanied by original music, their choreography explores the complicated disconnects and discordances involved in love.
From drag to opera, Rosie Herrera Dance Theatre has made a name for itself by bringing in the most brilliant performers to cover a huge range of styles. Their shows are symbolic, contemporary and not to be missed.
Celebrating raw female talent, the world premiere of Wondorous Women presents five acclaimed female choreographers, performing solo performances, created by—and for—themselves.