THE JOYCE THEATER ANNOUNCES ITS 2015-2016 FALL & WINTER SEASON

Joyce Theater

THE JOYCE THEATER

ANNOUNCES ITS 2015-2016 FALL & WINTER SEASON

World premieres, U.S. debuts, anniversary celebrations, and live music ranging from jazz trios, to classical ensembles, to a four-piece Buenos Aires band—all this and more will be experienced at The Joyce Theater this fall when spectacular artists take center stage.

The season features some of the most intriguing New York-based companies performing today, with Camille A. Brown & Dancers, Dance Heginbotham, Abraham.In.Motion, Gallim Dance, and Pam Tanowitz Dance all appearing at The Joyce’s Chelsea theater. More highlights include audience favorites like Garth Fagan Dance, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Parsons Dance, Keigwin+Company, American Dance Machine for the 21st Century, and Limón Dance Company, marking its 70th anniversary with a dance festival showcasing the master choreographer’s enduring vision. Also on tap—an Alwin Nikolais Celebration and Daniil Simkin’s INTENSIO, with American Ballet Theatre company members joining Principal Dancer Simkin for a program of spirited contemporary ballet.

The international dance scene is well-represented by Batsheva Dance Company Ensemble, from Israel, performing Artistic Director Ohad Naharin’s dazzling all new Decadance; The Social Tango Project featuring Argentinian tango artists; Johannesburg-born choreographer Dada Masilo’s re-imagining of Swan Lake; and BalletBoyz, the wildly popular London troupe under the direction of Michael Nunn and Billy Trevitt, former dancers from The Royal Ballet.

The following is a complete roster of companies who will appear at The Joyce Theater next fall and winter.

Twyla Tharp

David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center

November 17 – 22

Tuesday-Thursday 7:30pm; Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Tickets are $35-150 and can be arranged through DavidHKochTheater.com or by calling 212-496-0600

Publicity Contact: Ellen Jacobs Associates, (212) 245-5100

A flourish of trumpets heralds the double bill of premieres that celebrates Twyla Tharp’s 50th anniversary. John Zorn provides the show’s vibrant introductory Fanfare, followed by Preludes and Fugues.  Radiating with Tharp’s generous spirit and humanity, the dance is set to J.S. Bach’s The Well-Tempered Clavier. The wild and raucous humor that Tharp locates in the jazz of Henry Butler and Steve Bernstein runs rampant through Yowzie, the second new dance.  With immaculate technique and joy, her fierce band of dancers brings the choreography to life. In each premiere, Tharp turns her decades of experience—dances for Hollywood films, television, and the Broadway stage, ballets, modern dances—into living proof that time is her partner as she continues to deepen and expand the singular imagination which makes her one of the century’s most treasured artists.

 

Camille A. Brown & Dancers

BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play

September 22 – 27

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Saturday 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Tickets: $10-$40 (Joyce Members $23; $30)

Publicity Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

Bessie Award and Doris Duke Artist Award-winning choreographer Camille A. Brown and the women of Camille A. Brown & Dancers present the world premiere of BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play, a work revealing the complexity of carving out a self-defined identity as a black female in urban America. Live music with collaborators Tracy Wormworth and Scott Patterson encompass the rhythmic play of African-American rooted steppin’, Double Dutch, and Juba. The company will also perform New Second Line, which celebrates the spirit of New Orleans. Each performance culminates with a third-act dialogue, allowing audiences to engage with the artists on stage.

 

Batsheva Ensemble

Decadance

September 29 – October 4

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, September 30

Tickets: $10-$75 (Joyce Members $38; $56)

Publicity Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

“Its immediate visceral and kinetic impact mostly makes you want to jump onstage and dance,” proclaimed The New York Times about the original Decadance, created in 2000 by Batsheva Dance Company’s acclaimed artistic director Ohad Naharin. For their Joyce debut, the talented young dancers of the Batsheva Ensemble perform an all new Decadancein which, once again, Naharin combines excerpts from dazzling previous works into a seventy minute “greatest hits” package set to music ranging from The Beach Boys to Vivaldi. This presentation is underwritten by Saul & Mary Sanders and supported by the R. Britton Fisher and Family Gift for International Dance.

 

Aparna Ramaswamy

October 6 – 8

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday 8pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, October 7

Tickets: $10-$40 (Joyce Members $23; $30)

Publicity Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

“Rapturous and profound,” says The New York Times about Aparna Ramaswamy, the Bharatanatyam dancer/choreographer who makes her Joyce debut with They Rose at Dawn. In this solo work, women are depicted as carriers of ritual who navigate inner and outer worlds as they invoke a sense of reverence, of unfolding mystery, of imagination. A stellar Carnatic musical ensemble accompanies Ramaswamy as she explores the spontaneous interplay between music and movement and the dynamic contours created by the artists onstage.

 

Dance Heginbotham

October 10 – 11

Saturday 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 8pm

Curtain Chat: Sunday, October 11

Tickets: $10-$40 (Joyce Members $23; $30)

Publicity Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

Dance Heginbotham has been celebrated for its vibrant athleticism, humor, and theatricality, as well as its commitment to collaboration. Brooklyn-based choreographer and performer John Heginbotham’s work is known for its “tight formal structure and inventive movement, bolstered by a disarming wit and strangeness” (The New Yorker). The company’s Joyce debut includes the New York premiere of Easy Win, featuring a commissioned score by pianist Ethan Iverson, performed live by the composer. This presentation is underwritten by Steven & Michèle Pesner.

 

José Limón International Dance Festival

October 13 – 25

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm;Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Next Generation performances ($10-$30):

Saturday, October 17 & 24 at 2pm

Sunday, October 18 & 25 at 7:30pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, October 14

Tickets: $10-$60 (Joyce Members $34; $45)

Publicity Contact: Audrey Ross, (212) 877-3399

To commemorate the Limón Dance Company’s 70th anniversary season, the José Limón Dance Foundation presents an International Dance Festival showcasing the variety and depth of this master choreographer’s humanistic vision. The programs promise to be glorious as Limón dancers, guests artists from acclaimed companies like the Royal Danish Ballet and the Bavarian State Ballet, and dancers from among the world’s finest education programs like the Juilliard School, North Carolina School of the Arts, and the University of Taipei join forces to bring Limón’s magnificent artistry to life in such signature pieces as Missa Brevis, Orfeo, and The Moor’s Pavane.

 

Ballet Memphis

October 27 – November 1

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, October 28

Tickets: $10-$50 (Joyce Members $26; $38)

Publicity Contact: TBD

“The ache and darkness…put onstage was more than a dance, it was an echo of human experience,” declared the Washington Post about Ballet Memphis who, pairing innovation with raw emotion in every stunning step, delivers a new vibrancy to the dance stage. This mixed repertory program features contemporary works grounded in the classical aesthetic that the company has presented so exquisitely on stages around the world. It includes Matthew Neenan’s The Darting Eyes and Julia Adam’s Devil’s Fruit, commissioned works from the company’s lauded River Project series, which usher in with realness and grace Ballet Memphis’ commitment to creating distinctly American dance.

 

Garth Fagan Dance

November 3 – 8

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, November 4

Joyce Family Matinee: Saturday, November 7

Tickets: $10-$60 (Joyce Members $34; $45)

Publicity Contact: Ellen Jacobs Associates, (212) 245-5100

The Fagan aesthetic—“balletic rigor and precision in conjunction with a desultory looseness of body and unbridled bursts of energy” (The New York Times)—is on display when the company returns to The Joyce with a terrific program of new pieces by Garth Fagan and Norwood Pennewell and some of Fagan’s best work throughout the years: Passion Distanced, from 1987; No Evidence of Failure, from 2013; and Mudanfrom 2009, “quite possibly one of the finest works Mr. Fagan has created.” The New York Times

 

Abraham.In.Motion

November 10 – 15

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, November 11

Tickets: $10-$50 (Joyce Members $26; $38)

Publicity Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

2013 MacArthur Fellow Kyle Abraham is a Princess Grace and Bessie Award-winning choreographer whose work is often characterized by a sensual and provocative movement vocabulary combined with a strong emphasis on sound. This season celebrates that love of sound by treating Joyce audiences to the company’s first ever live music program. Highlighting the program–The Gettin’, featuring music by Grammy Award-winning jazz artist Robert Glasper and his trio, who reimagine Max Roach’s We Insist! Freedom Now Suite, and the New York premiere of Abstract Matter, a new work created in collaboration with Blue Note recording artist Otis Brown III, multimedia artist Tahir Hemphill, and costume designer Karen Young. This presentation is underwritten by Steven & Michèle Pesner.

 

Complexions Contemporary Ballet

November 17 – 29

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm;

No performance on Thanksgiving, Nov 26

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, November 18

Tickets: $10-$60 (Joyce Members $34; $45)

Publicity Contact: GOGO PR and Marketing/Sin Gogolak, (917) 626-0525

Complexions makes it “sensationally, jaw-droppingly clear that we live in the age of the super dancer, at a time when technical virtuosity is being redefined as an expressive state” (Dance Magazine). Under the artistic direction of Dwight Rhoden and Desmond Richardson, Complexions continues to lead the way with its unprecedented approach to contemporary ballet. For its Joyce season, the company performs the world premiere of an evening-length work by Rhoden–a provocative romance exploring dark desires, beauty, dominance, obsession and control, all set to an eclectic musical mash-up ranging from Tchaikovsky and bebop to rap and trance. Also on tap: a world premiere set to Metallica; a work about unrequited love set to Bach; and the debut of the company’s Icon Series, honoring Maya Angelou and featuring a performance by Desmond Richardson and a special guest.

 

Gallim Dance

December 3 – 6

Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Curtain Chat: Friday, December 4

Tickets: $10-$50 (Joyce Members $26; $38)

Publicity Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

Described by The New York Times as “excellent, inventive, impressive,” Gallim Dance is known for its ambitious multidisciplinary works.This world premiere will be no exception when the company performs a full-evening piece created by artistic director and 2014 Guggenheim Fellow Andrea Miller in collaboration with her acclaimed dancers. Marking the first time Gallim Dance has been accompanied by live music, the work addresses themes of love, sex, and domesticity while displaying Gallim’s virtuosic physicality and uncanny narrative structure.

 

KEIGWIN + COMPANY

December 8 – 13

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, December 9

Joyce Family Matinee: Saturday, December 12

Gala: Tuesday, December 8, 212-278-0691 to purchase tickets.

Tickets: $10-$50 (Joyce Members $26; $38)

Publicity Contact: TBD

The company takes The Joyce stage with a program that captures Artistic Director Larry Keigwin’s electrifying brand of dance, displaying why his works have been called “intricate, neat, rapturous” (The New York Times). In the New York premiere of Panic, Keigwin performs his first solo in over a decade, set to an original score by composer Glen Fittin. Keigwin also debuts his curatorial prowess with the world premieres of the company’s first commissioned works by two young choreographic stars, Loni Landon and Adam Barruch, while K+C’s powerhouse dancers explore a fusion of the pedestrian and virtuosic in the acclaimed Sidewalk, a 2009 piece set to Steve Reich’s Double Sextet.

 

The Social Tango Project

December 15 – 20

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, December 16

Tickets: $10-$50 (Joyce Members $26; $38)

Publicity Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

Straight from a sold out run in Buenos Aires, The Social Tango Project is a celebration of the people who dance tango socially around the globe. Making its U.S. debut at The Joyce, a company of twelve dancers, two vocalists, live music, and projected images is certain to capture the imagination and reveal the sensual and mysterious world of tango for both dancers and dance aficionados alike. This presentation is supported by the R. Britton Fisher and Family Gift for International Dance.

 

American Dance Machine for the 21st Century

December 22 – January 3

Tuesday 7:30pm; Wednesday 3pm & 7:30pm; Thursday 3pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

No performances on December 25 or January 1

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, December 23

Tickets: $10-$60 Joyce Members $34; $45)

Publicity Contact: TBD

Founded by Producing Artistic Director Nikki Feirt Atkins, American Dance Machine for the 21st Century, a living archive of musical theater dance, played to enthusiastic audiences when the production appeared at The Joyce in November 2014.  For a return engagement this fall, ADM21 will again reconstruct original choreography from revered musicals for an enchanting new program filled with live music and special guest stars.

 

Daniil Simkin’s INTENSIO

January 5 – 10

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, January 6

Tickets: $10-$75 (Joyce Members $38; $56)

Publicity Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

Acclaimed by The New York Times for possessing “a beauty of line and a spacious grace,” American Ballet Theatre Principal dancer Daniil Simkin is joined by equally exceptional artists for INTENSIO, a program featuring works by choreographers Alexander Ekman, Gregory Dolbashian, Jorma Elo, and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa. In addition to Simkin, the cast of INTENSIO includes American Ballet Theatre company members Isabella Boylston, Alexandre Hammoudi, Blaine Hoven, Calvin Royal III, Hee Seo, Cassandra Trenary, and James Whiteside, as well as Céline Cassone, a special guest artist from Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal. A Joyce Theater and Sunny Artist Management Production.

 

American Dance Platform

Dedicated to the memory of Theodore S. Bartwink

of The Harkness Foundation for Dance

January 12 – 17

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Tickets: $10-$40 (Joyce Members $23; $30)

Publicity Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

The Joyce Theater’s American Dance Platform showcases some of the most captivating American companies performing today. This year’s festival includes four programs and is guest curated by Paul King and Walter Jaffe, the directors of White Bird, the acclaimed dance presentation series based in Portland, Oregon. The Joyce Theater’s American Dance Platform is sponsored by The Harkness Foundation for Dance.

 

Parsons Dance

January 19 – 31

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, January 20

Joyce Family Matinee: Saturday, January 30

Tickets: $10-$60 (Joyce Members $34; $45)

Publicity Contact: TBD

Parsons Dance returns to The Joyce with its blend of sexy athleticism and stunning ensemble work for the New York premiere of Finding Center,David Parsons’ collaboration with Kansas City-based visual artist Rita Blitt.  Also on the program: a world premiereby Katarzyna Skarpetowska exploring the connection of an eastern European childhood juxtaposed with the urban folklore of adolescence in NYC, and Caught, the stroboscopic masterwork that continues to wow audiences around the world.  Four family friendly matinees will feature repertory for dance fans of all ages and a special opportunity to meet the dancers. “This is a ‘dance your heart out’ (at all times, no excuses) kind of enterprise.” The New York Times

 

Dada Masilo’s Swan Lake

February 2 – 7

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Saturday 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, February 3

Tickets: $10-$60 (Joyce Members $34; $45)

Publicity Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

Combining classic and contemporary dance that is strongly influenced by her African heritage, Johannesburg-born dancer and choreographer Dada Masilo creates explosive, passionate work.  Her reimagining of Swan Lake is no exception as the dancers are not only propelled by Tchaikovsky but also by Steve Reich as they turn the classic Swan Lake on its head to tackle issues of gender and homophobia in a country ravaged by AIDS. This presentation is underwritten by Kerry Clayton & Paige Royer and supported by the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation and the R. Britton Fisher and Family Gift for International Dance.

 

Alwin Nikolais Celebration

February 9 – 14

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, February 10

Tickets: $10-$60 (Joyce Members $34; $45)

Publicity Contact: TBD

Under the artistic direction of Murray Louis and Alberto del Saz, the work of Alwin Nikolais comes back to The Joyce for the first time since the 2010 worldwide centennial celebration of the life of master choreographer Alwin Nikolais.  “A true dance luminary, a choreographer, designer, composer of electronic music and a pioneer of multi-media dance” (The New York Times), Nikolais will be honored with a program performed by The Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company that will include Tensile Involvement (1955), Gallery (1978), Mechanical Organ III (1983), and Crucible (1985), some of the most renowned works that he created during his long and successful career.

 

Pam Tanowitz Dance

February 18 – 21

Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Curtain Chat: Friday, February 19

Tickets: $10-$50 (Joyce Members $26; $38)

Publicity Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

“Some of the dance steps, phrases and constructions by choreographer Pam Tanowitz are among the finest being made anywhere today,” declared The New York Times about Heaven on One’s Head when the work premiered at The Joyce in 2014.   A 2009 Bessie Award winner and a “clear sighted modernist” (The New Yorker), Tanowitz brings Heaven back to The Joyce along with a Joyce-commissioned world premiere, an abstract love letter to romantic ballets set to a new electronic score by Dan Siegler. The evening features live music by the FLUX Quartet and displays Tanowitz’s distinct vision for reimagining classical ballet vocabulary in an ultra-post-modern framework. This presentation is underwritten by Steven & Michèle Pesner and supported by King’s Fountain.

 

BalletBoyz

February 23 – 28

Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Friday 8pm; Saturday 2pm & 8pm; Sunday 2pm

Curtain Chat: Wednesday, February 24

Tickets: $10-$60 (Joyce Members $34; $45)

Publicity Contact: Richard Kornberg & Associates, (212) 944-9444

Under the direction of former Royal Ballet dancers Michael Nunn OBE and William Trevitt OBE, the all-male, contemporary dance ensemble BalletBoyz “encourages dancers, inspires audiences, thinks with flair and ingenuity” (Financial Times), and sells out houses around the world.  The troupe arrives at The Joyce with the New York premiere of Christopher Wheeldon’s Mesmerics, a Joyce co-commission, and The Murmuring, a new work commissioned from Alexander Whitley, former affiliate choreographer of The Royal Ballet and currently a New Wave Associate at Sadler’s Wells.  This presentation is supported by the R. Britton Fisher and Family Gift for International Dance.

 

CURTAIN CHATS

The Joyce Theater holds free post-performance dialogues with artistic directors and/or company members following a weekday performance during each company’s engagement unless otherwise noted.  These dialogues are open to all audience members attending that evening’s performance.

 

FAMILY MATINEES

Created to help build dance audiences for the future, The Joyce’s popular family-oriented performance series will return this fall with three family-friendly matinees, each followed by a special chance to meet the artists.  Kids’ tickets are only $10.  Children who see all three the family matinees automatically become Joyce Junior Members and save 40% on the price of their tickets ($10 reduced to $6).  Children, ages 6-14, must be accompanied by an adult (maximum four kids to one grownup).  Joyce Junior Members get a special “Backstage-at-the-Joyce” tour, a T-shirt and gift coupons. This fall/winter season’s Family Matinee series is as follows (Kids (ages 6-14) must be accompanied by an adult):

Garth Fagan Dance – Saturday, November 7 at 2pm

KEIGWIN + COMPANY – Saturday, December 12 at 2pm

Parsons Dance Company – Saturday, January 30 at 2pm

Sponsored by First Republic, Stanton Public Relations & Marketing

Special support provided by: Con Edison

 

ABOUT THE JOYCE THEATER

The Joyce Theater Foundation, a non-profit organization, has proudly served the dance community and its audiences for three decades. The founders, Cora Cahan and Eliot Feld, acquired and renovated the Elgin Theater in Chelsea, which opened as The Joyce Theater in 1982. The Joyce Theater is named in honor of Joyce Mertz, beloved daughter of LuEsther T. Mertz. It was LuEsther’s clear, undaunted vision and abundant generosity that made it imaginable and ultimately possible to build the theater. One of the only theaters built by dancers for dance, The Joyce Theater has provided an intimate and elegant home for more than 320 domestic and international companies. The Joyce has also commissioned more than 130 new dances since 1992.  In 2009, The Joyce opened Dance Art New York (DANY) Studios to provide affordable studios for rehearsals, auditions, classes, and workshops for independent choreographers, non-profit dance companies, and the dance/theater communities. New York City public school students and teachers annually benefit from The Joyce’s Dance Education Program, and adult audiences get closer to dance through pre-engagement Dance Talks and post-performance Dance Chats. The Joyce Theater now features an annual season of approximately 48 weeks with over 340 performances for audiences in excess of 135,000.

 

TICKET PRICES AND MEMBER INFORMATION

To become a Joyce Member, ticket buyers simply purchase tickets to four different companies at the same time and they automatically save 25% on tickets (not applicable for $10 or $20 tickets).  Joyce Members are entitled to the 25% discount on additional tickets purchased throughout the season – until August 2016.  For more information on becoming a Joyce Member, please visit www.Joyce.org or call JoyceCharge at 212-242-0800. Single ticket prices range from $10-$75.  Tickets can be purchased by calling JoyceCharge at 212-242-0800, in person at the Box Office (Monday – Friday 12-6pm), or online by visiting www.Joyce.orgPlease note: ticket prices are subject to change.  The Joyce Theater is located at 175 Eighth Avenue (at 19th Street).

 

JOYCE THEATER FALL ’15 / WINTER ‘16 DANCE SEASON

September 22-27—Camille A. Brown & Dancers*
$40; $30; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $30; $23)

 

September 29-October 4—Batsheva Ensemble*
$75; $50; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $56; $38)

 

October 6-8—Aparna Ramaswamy*
$40; $30; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $30; $23)

 

October 10-11—Dance Heginbotham*
$40; $30; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $30; $23)

 

October 13-25—José Limón International Dance Festival
$60; $45; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $45; $34);
The Next Generation: $30; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $23; $23)

 

October 27-November 1—Ballet Memphis*
$50; $35; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $38; $26)

 

November 3-8—Garth Fagan Dance
$60; $45; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $45; $34)

 

November 10-15—Abraham.In.Motion*
$50; $35; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $38; $26)

 

November 17-29—Complexions Contemporary Ballet
$60; $45; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $45; $34)

 

December 3-6—Gallim Dance*
$50; $35; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $38; $26)

 

December 8-13—KEIGWIN + COMPANY
$50; $35; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $38; $26)

 

December 15-20—The Social Tango Project*
$50; $35; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $38; $26)

 

December 22-January 3—American Dance Machine for the 21st Century
$60; $45; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $45; $34)

 

January 5-10—Daniil Simkin’s INTENSIO*
$75; $50; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $56; $38)

 

January 12-17—American Dance Platform
$40; $30; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $30; $23)

 

January 19-31—Parsons Dance
$60; $45; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $45; $34)

 

February 2-7—Dada Masilo’s Swan Lake*
$60; $45; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $45; $34)

 

February 9-14—Alwin Nikolais Celebration
$60; $45; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $45; $34)

 

February 18-21—Pam Tanowitz Dance*
$50; $35; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $38; $26)

 

February 23-28—BalletBoyz*
$60; $45; $20; $10 (Joyce Members $45; $34)

 

Prices and programs subject to change

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