- $25 for one ticket for best available seating (up to $42 value)
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- Saturday, October 17, at 2 p.m. or 8 p.m.
- Sunday, October 18, at 3 p.m.
Jessica Lang Dance
In the few years since its founding, Jessica Lang Dance has already toured the dynamic, visually stunning works of its eponymous choreographer around the world. During this program, Lang’s distinctive style—a blend of striking design, traditional ballet vocabulary, and contemporary sensibilities—emerges through a program of shorts culled from the company’s repertoire.
- Aria: While illustrating Handel’s Radamisto, Lang creates passion and fury with deep reds and the nimble footwork of dancers whom Andrew Boyton of The New Yorker calls, “a calligraphic, soul-baring trio.”
- Mendelssohn / Incomplete: Six dancers—three women and three men—fold together as partners while a sumptuous score by Mendelssohn seems to carry them away.
- i.n.k.: The silhouettes of dancers interact with video projections of ink in water during this sleek, stark, and surpassingly poignant survey of fluidity. Rebecca Ritzel of The Washington Post says, “[It] was over far too soon but was good to the last drop.”
- Lines Cubed: First performed as part of Jessica Lang Dance’s full-company debut, this piece uses lines, symmetry, and primary colors to, as BroadwayWorld.com puts it, “[make] the audience feel as if [it] were watching a moving painting.”