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September 2022

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September

NEHANDA

September 16 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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OPERA | DANCE | MUSIC | ZIMBABWE "Defiantly charismatic…nora chipaumire has long been a kind of rock star of dance." —The New Yorker nora Chipaumire returns to PEAK Performances with Nehanda and the legend of Nehanda. A powerful spirit, venerated by the Shona people, a native of Zimbabwe and central Mozambique, inhabits a woman, a heroic revolutionary leader who orchestrated the first uprisings in British-occupied Southern Rhodesia. PART I | NATIVES, EMPIRE + JAIL Friday, September 16 | 7:30 PM…

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September

Prince Hamlet

September 22 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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THEATRE | CANADA “An unconstrained world where genre, ability, and cultural background are immaterial. In a society of growing division, Jain’s Prince Hamlet offers an honest and inclusive reflection of humanity.” —Broadway World Performed in the spoken word and American Sign Language. Remixed, reimagined, and bilingual Prince Hamlet features a cross-cultural, gender-bent cast (with Christine Horne in the title role) – challenging traditional ideas of who can tell this story. Interweaving Shakespeare’s spoken text with heightened and poetic American Sign…

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November 2022

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November

Furia

November 3 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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DANCE | BRAZIL “Asked about the name of the show, Lia Rodrigues says that the word "fury" can have different interpretations, such as anger, rage, and wrath. "But it can also mean a force of positive action, an enthusiasm, an ecstasy, an impetus.” —terra A visceral work from a revolutionary company, assembling nine dancers in a frenzied, morphing mass. A constant flow of overflowing imagination that visualizes. Nine young dancers develop a series of images inspired by the daily lives of…

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November

In The Fire

November 10 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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MULTIDISCIPLINARY, AERIAL, DANCE | CANADA “Femmes du Feu, artists are, as the name suggests, all women, has set itself the guiding principle of combining circus arts and contemporary dance in innovative ways.” —LERÉGIONAL.COM Memories, trauma, self-discovery, aging, and love. In The Fire is a solo dance/aerial circus show about Holly Treddenick’s father, based on his experience as a firefighter. The production uses rescue equipment as invented apparatuses—including boots, a rope loop, and an aerial ladder. Many rescue workers experience trauma and Post…

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December 2022

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December

Amaryllis & Belladonna

December 17 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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MUSIC | USA “The most forward-thinking guitarist working right now” —Lars Gotrich, NPR.org “One of today’s most formidable bandleaders” —Francis Davis, Village Voice “There’s little disagreement that Adam O’Farrill is among the leading trumpeters in jazz and perhaps the music’s next major improviser” — The New York Times Amaryllis & Belladonna are two new, modular, and interlocking projects by Brooklyn-based guitarist, composer, and MacArthur fellow Mary Halvorson. Amaryllis is a sextet that filters Halvorson’s compositional explorations of melody, harmony, and…

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February 2023

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February

The Night Falls

February 9, 2023 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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MULTIDISCIPLINARY, DANCE | USA A dance-driven blend of opera, music, and theater set within a kitschy Floridian roadside attraction. A new myth for our fractured era, choreographed and directed by Troy Schumacher (NYC Ballet and BalletCollective), with book and lyrics by Karen Russell (Swamplandia!), music and lyrics by Ellis Ludwig-Leone (San Fermin), staged for nine dancers, eight singers, and a chamber music ensemble. All across America, people on the brink of despair begin to have the same nightmare. A song…

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March 2023

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March

Ombres Portées

March 23, 2023 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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ACROBATIC THEATRE | FRANCE "Discovering our shadows and buried courage." —Raphaëlle Boitel A visually cinematic take on the ghosts hiding in the shadows of our families and selves, Raphaëlle Boitel’s latest choreographic and acrobatic work plunges us into the heart of the unsaid. At the crossroads of circus, dance, and theatre, Ombre Portées surrounds K, an energetic but wounded young woman looking for answers, and on a Kafkian quest for identity among numerous members of her family. A vivid physical…

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May 2023

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May

ANΩNYMO

May 4, 2023 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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DANCE | GREECE "Seven exceptional dancers from different generations of the Greek dance scene." —The Reader One of the most interesting dance makers from Greece is Tzeni Argyrou. She is supported by Onassis Stegi, the cultural center with which ITA often collaborates. In ANΩNYMO, Argyriou connects traditional Greek dance with a contemporary phenomenon: social media. A journey back to a time when art was not something created by particular, named individuals, but a practice that brought people – and kept…

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