What happens when you put Robert Wilson (and Samuel Beckett), Liz Gerring, The Builders Association (and The Wizard of Oz), Pat Graney, Fred Hersch and Mary Jo Salter, Shanghai Quartet, Nora Chipaumire, Ensemble Amarillis, Michel van der Aa (and Fernando Pessoa), Double Edge Theatre (and Marc Chagall), and Romeo Castellucci on the same stage? Peak Performances' 2015 - 16 season, its most daring line-up to date.
One headliner after another will transform the gorgeous and supremely adaptable Alexander Kasser Theater, turning it into a garden of earthly, unearthly, rousing, challenging, and just plain beautiful delights for the ear, eye, mind, and soul.
Read the full season press release: Peak Performances Announces 2015-16 Season
|Sept. 26 - Oct. 4||The Builders Association||Elements of Oz|
|Oct. 15 - 18||Fred Hersch and Mary Jo Salter||Rooms of Light|
|Oct. 22 - 25||Pat Graney||Girl Gods|
|Dec. 10 - 13||Liz Gerring Dance||Horizon|
|Dec. 18||Shanghai Quartet with Wu Man||A Night in Ancient and New China|
|Jan. 21 - 24||Michel van der Aa | Alan Pierson, Music Director||The Book of Disquiet|
|Feb. 4 - 7||Double Edge Theatre||The Grand Parade (of the 20th Century)|
|March 17 - 20||Robert Wilson||Krapp's Last Tape|
|April 14 - 17||Nora Chipaumire||Portrait of Myself as My Father|
|May 7||Shanghai Quartet||Mozart, Mendelssohn and Grieg|
|June 4 - 5||Ensemble Amarillis||La Double Coquette|
|June 9 - 12||Romeo Castellucci||Go down, Moses|