North Carolina Dance Festival 2017
The NC Dance Festival, presented by Greensboro-based Dance Project, brings professional modern dance choreographers from across the state together to share innovative and moving dance works. NCDF is visiting new sites for their 27th season including traditional and non-traditional performance spaces in Durham, Asheville, and Greensboro. Witty, dark, playful, and experimental, the concert presents a wide variety of NC dance.
Alexandra Warrens JOYEMOVEMENT Dance Company presents excerpts from the full-length For Love of Country, an exploration of patriotism, struggle, reconciliation, and moving forward. Rachel Barker presents the trio Welcome, a humourous and vulnerable stream-of-consciousness-like journey for the performers through movement and spoken word. Natalie Marrone transports viewers to an agrarian space through her duet Thresh, where the complex stories of the land and people are inextricable. Matt Pardos Contemporary Jazz solo, I Insist, explores physical and mental limits inside of an engulfing choreographic score. Classical Indian dance artist Ramya Kapadia tells the story of Krishna, an incessant prankster in her solo, Krishna - The Blue-Hued Cowherd. Courtney Owen-Muirs dance EVOL//you//TION uses her dancers strong physicality to convey a message of personal evolution through the use of synchronicity, partnering, and floor work.
No refunds offered. Most convenient parking is available in the Church Street Parking Deck at 215 N. Church Street. This venue is located on the first floor of the Greensboro Cultural Center at 200 N. Davie Street.
Van Dyke Performance Space (View)
200 N. Davie Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|