Repertory
Peridance Capezio Center
Salvatore Capezio Theater

Face to Face

Choreography: Norbert De La Cruz III

Original Music: Nathan Prillaman
Costumes: Mondo Morales
World Premiere: March 2018



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





Folie a Deux

Choreography: Adam Barruch

Music: Arvo Part
Company premiere: March 2018





Folie a Deux had it's initial premiere at Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, and was later adapted into a short film by Nel Shelby which premiered at Lincoln Center's Dance On Camera Festival in 2013.


Gran Partita

Choreography: Igal Perry

Music: W.A. Mozart

Company premiere: March 2017


Set to Mozart's sublime and sensitive score for wind ensemble, Gran Partita showcases dancers responding to the waves and nuances of the score. Perry is known for the reflection of music in movement in his choreography, and this work is a perfect example of his fresh, timelessly elegant style.



Thundering Silence

Choreography: Igal Perry

Music: Vladimir Martynov

Costumes: Keiko Voltaire

Lighting: Brant Murray



Inspired by the music's audible silence and suspense, this work moves the dancers gradually - and at times abruptly - into a web of oscillating extremes, highlighting the differences as well as the utmost correlation between loudness and its nemesis: silence.




"It is an achingly beautiful work that almost defies words. Which might be the point after all, as resounding silence is its theme. "
- Bonnie Rosenstock (exploredance.com) March 7, 2015

YOUnite

Choreography : Marlena Wolfe

Music: Bachar Mar-Khalifé and Armand Amar
Costumes: Keiko Voltaire
Company premiere: March 2017


"Poetry matters now probably more than ever. WE need it to recover our sensitivity and our awareness that our humanity is under threat but that WE are capable of pursuing one of humanity's greatest dreams: freedom, tackling reality head on, opening up to a world WE share and seeking out the essence of things."
- Mahmoud Darwish

Dia-Mono-Logues


Choreography: Igal Perry

Original Music: Ofer Bashan
Company premiere: March 2017

Artistic Director Igal Perry's latest evening-length work, Dia-Mono-Logues, is set to an original composition by Israeli composer Ofer Bashan and sections are played live by a string quartet led by acclaimed cellist Nan-Cheng Chen.
"Perry's masterful choreography and Bashan's music are a perfect union."
- Bonnie Rosenstock, exploredance.com

Evermore

Choreography: Dwight Rhoden

Music: Jazz Standards by Nat King Cole


Complexions Contemporary Ballet choreographer and co-artistic director Dwight Rhoden's new creation for Peridance Contemporary Dance Company embodies his unique and dynamic style. Mr. Rhoden, recently described as "one of the most sought out choreographers of the day," by the NY Times, merges his highly athletic and virtuosic choreographic style with PCDC's talented artists.



"In this smoke-filled, brilliantly lit space, the dancers moved smartly in steps which ran the gamut
from ballet to ballroom to Broadway. The piece [was] entertaining and danced with vitality."
- Philip Gardner, Oberon's Grove, 2/13/13




After Lazarus

Choreography : Charlotta Öfverholm

Music: Adel Andersson, David Bowie, Alvina Lanselle
Costumes: Thomas Bjork
Lighting: Josh Monroe


Into the Light

Choreography: Jae Man Joo

Music: Antonio Vivaldi
Costumes: KeikoVoltaire
Lighting: Josh Monroe

"Courage is vulnerability. Vulnerability is courage. Like shadow and light, neither one can exist without the other." -W.LYuen

"Man Joo made masterful choices with lighting designer Josh Monroe to help us enter a realm within Into the Light, welcoming us into the deep dream he has created."
- Leigh Schanfein, March 12, 2016.



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