Peridance Capezio Center
Salvatore Capezio Theater


Program A

World Premiere of Gran Partita
Saturday, March 17th at 8:30pm
Sunday, March 18th at 6pm followed by Q+A with the cast

Artistic Director Igal Perry's newest full-length work features Mozart's soaring score for wind ensemble, played live by students from the Manhattan School of Music and conducted by Post Classical Ensemble's Music Director, Angel Gil-Ordonez. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Program B

Three choreographers | One company premiere | One world premiere

Saturday, March 24th at 8:00pm
Sunday, March 25th at 7:30pm

This diverse program features four exciting works by Artistic Director Igal Perry, Adam Barruch, and Norbert De La Cruz III.

Princess Grace Award-winning choreographer Norbert De La Cruz III collaborates with composer Nathan Prillaman for this world premiere of his work, Face to Face.

Acclaimed choreographer Adam Barruch restages his 2011 duet, Folie a Deux. Folie a Deux is an exploration into the interior landscapes of two people whose acts of intimacy are the fantasy that thinly veils a greater discord. Folie a Deux (a French term that literally translates as "a madness shared by two") is a psychiatric syndrome in which symptoms of a delusional belief are transmitted from one individual to another.

The company will perform Marlena Wolfe's YOUnite (2017), a dive into masculinity, femininity and their intersection points. YOUnite is visceral, physical, and is accompanied by powerful music by Middle Eastern-French songwriter Bachar Mar-Khalifac and Armand Amar.

Perry is also restaging excerpts from Dia-Mono-Logues. The full-length work premiered in 2017, with an original score and text by Israeli composer Ofer Bashan. Dia-Mono-Logues explores the ways people subconsciously project their prejudices and preconceived notions onto others, affecting every interaction and relationship. The work speaks to bridging cultural differences, and it stems from Perry's own experience emigrating from Israel in the turbulent 1970s.