Presented by Pacific Northwest Ballet
“[PNB has] pushed the envelope with world premieres by highly sought-after choreographers and emerging talent alike. Let’s just say Boal chooses well.” —Seattle Dances
Premieres pair with stunning repertory works in this absorbing mixed bill. Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s (Cylindrical Shadows) critically-acclaimed signature piece, Before After, a PNB premiere, unmasks the turmoil just before a relationship ends. David Dawson’s breathtaking, hyper-extended A Million Kisses to My Skin references the intoxicating bliss dancers experience while performing. Rassemblement, Nacho Duato’s poignant work set to slave songs by Haitian artist Toto Bissainthe, voices communal yearning and resistance in a climate of oppression. The program also features a world premiere by New York City Ballet’s rising dancer-choreographer Justin Peck, praised for creation that “seems to come easily, naturally, from a quick and brimming intelligence” (New York Observer).
A Million Kisses to My Skin
Music: Johann Sebastian Bach
Choreography: David Dawson
Scenic Design: David Dawson
Costume Design: Yumiko Takeshima
Lighting Design: Bert Dalhuysen
Music: Toto Bissainthe
Choreography: Nacho Duato
Scenic Design: Walter Nobbe
Costume Design: Nacho Duato
Lighting Design: Nicolas Fischtel
Before After (PNB Premiere)
Music: Marc Van Roon
Choreography: Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Costume and Lighting Design: Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Debonair (World Premiere)
Music: George Antheil
Choreography: Justin Peck
Costume Design: Reid Barthelme and Harriet Jung
Lighting Design: Randall G. Chiarelli
Photo features principal dancers Lindsi Dec and Lesley Rausch in David Dawson’s A Million Kisses to My Skin, to be presented as part of DIRECTOR’S CHOICE.
- Nov 8 - 16 , 2014
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$30 - $184
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