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Nederlands Dans Theater at New York City Center

Nederlands Dans Theater at New York City Center


Nederlands Dans Theater


New York City Center


Wednesday, March 4, 2020 - 7:30pm daily through March 5, 2020
Friday, March 6, 2020 - 8:00pm daily through March 7, 2020



Nederlands Dans Theater

NEW YORK CITY CENTER presents Nederlands Dans Theater, one of the world’s leading contemporary dance companies, from March 4 through 7. Renowned for their versatility and virtuosic technique, the Dutch troupe has built a repertoire of over 650 ballets by master choreographers such as Jiří Kylián, Hans van Manen, renowned house choreographers Sol León & Paul Lightfoot, associate choreographers Crystal Pite and Marco Goecke, and high-profiled guests such as Johan Inger, Medhi Walerski, Alexander Ekman, Gabriela Carrizo, Franck Chartier, Hofesh Shechter, Edward Clug, and Sharon Eyal & Gai Behar.

Please note the following repertory change. Singulière Odyssée replaces the previously announced Shut Eye. See updated program below.

Nederlands Dans Theater
Mar 4 – 7
Wed at 7:30pm, Thu at 7:30pm, Fri at 8pm, and Sat at 8pm. Tickets starts at $35

The missing door (US Premiere) Choreography by Gabriela Carrizo

Walk the Demon (US Premiere) Choreography by Marco Goecke

Singulière Odyssée (New York Premiere) Choreography by Sol León and Paul Lightfoot

Intertwining fantasy and reality, Gabriela Carrizo creates two parallel dimensions in The missing door. In the last minutes of life—which take place in the twilight zone between life and death—a dying man anxiously tries to find a way through the intricate maze of his thoughts in this daring and at times violent work. Marco Goecke’s Walk the Demon builds upon a body of work which exhibits his signature movement vocabulary. Like his other pieces, Walk the Demon features a range of musical styles from string quartets to Antony and the Johnsons’ “The Lake” combined with the dancers’ own acoustic voices—screeching, roaring, cursing—to make them appear less abstract and human. Singulière Odyssée by house choreographers—Sol León and Paul Lightfoot—is set in an Art Deco train station where dancers come and go as passersby except for one who lingers, frozen in time. Performed to Max Richter’s “Exiles,” composed specifically for this piece, Singulière Odyssée is a reflection on travel and transformation.

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