Where to see a dance performance online next week?

Even though global pandemic isn’t letting our life go back completely to normal, theatres in some countries are slowly opening again and while some dance companies are starting to open their doors, others are continuing to delight us with broadcasts of their performances. Here are some of the works you can enjoy starting next week, before the kick-off the autumn season!

Monday, September 7

  • Works & Process Artists (WPA), the performing arts series at the Guggenheim, September’s premieres include Break for Labor Day, which will premiere on Monday 7:30 pm EST/ 12:30 am UK time. It will premiere on Facebook, Instagram and Youtube and can be viewed at any time.

Friday, September 11  

  • PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) will be broadcasting Romeo and Juliet, a film by the BalletBoyz at 9 pm. this romantic classic is vividly recreated on atmospheric studio sets in Budapest, combining inventive cinematography and dynamic choreography
  • Jasmin Vardimon Company will host free digital streaming of their critically acclaimed production PARK from Friday 11th September at 10 am – Saturday 12th September at 10 pm UK time on their Vimeo channel. Reworked in 2014 with new 3D imaging and multi-talented cast, PARK presents a breathtaking collision of highly acute physical theatre, text, athletic dance and funky music, delivering fresh statements about our time.

Sunday, September 13

  • Another weeks premiere from Works & Process Artists (WPA) is Ethan Stiefel will be premiered at 7:30 pm EST/ 12:30 am UK time. It will premiere on Facebook, Instagram and Youtube and can be viewed at any time.
  • Guillaume Côté and Éric Champagne creation for Festival des Arts de Saint-Sauveur will be released on Sunday. You can view it here! Festival des Arts de Saint-Sauveur – one of the largest summer dance festivals in Canada. This year’s 29th festival is forging ahead and responding to the challenges of covid by launching a new project called ‘A Shared Solitude‘, with 20 artists, 20 creations, forming 1 voice. Learn more about the festival and watch other works created for it here!
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