Jan 12 - Jan 13, 2024
Tickets start at $38
VIP tickets $120.50 Friday performance only
On sale Fri Nov 10
Presented by the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
ISHIDA Dance Company, the only company named in Dance Magazine’s “25 to watch” for 2023, performs keepsake featuring works choreographed by ISHIDA, French choreographer Jeremy Galdeano commissioned by Les Grands Ballets and Mannheim National Theater, and Swedish dancer and choreographer formerly with tanzmainz John Wannehag.
The program includes two world premieres of original ISHIDA poetic narratives: an arresting men’s duet referencing the Greek tragedy “Seven against Thebes” called warm my bones; and the feature work keepsake, which explores a dissociative fugue state and what might have provoked it.
The program also has works by two respected but rarely seen in the US, European choreographers: the critically acclaimed work If the world was ending, would you hold me tight? by Swedish choreographer John Wannehag and the world premiere You look strange—you look happy by French choreographer Jeremy Galdeano whose work has been presented in Canada, Germany, Italy and Mexico. The evening promises to be a unique opportunity to see some of best and most interesting choreography from Europe, Canada, and the US.
VIP tickets include a reception on stage after the show to meet the dancers and choreographers.
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- Fri Jan 12, 2024 at 7:30 pm
- Sat Jan 13, 2024 at 7:30 pm