NW Dance Project's 2019-20 Portland Season

Our Biggest Party of the Year!

Our special Spring Gala is March 28, 2020 at our beautiful Creative Center at 211 NE 10th Ave. This fun and fundraising evening will feature bubbly at the door, our award-winning dancers in a special performance, a musical celebration of spring from Portland's premier actor, Susannah Mars, a unique "wine wall," a silent auction with fantastic items and packages, a sit-down catered meal by Elephant's Delicatessen, fine Oregon wines, a fabulous live auction, special appeal, a "competitive" dessert dash, and a concluding dance party for all.

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THE RITE OF SPRING

APR 23, 24, 25 / 2020 / 7:30PM
NEWMARK THEATRE
1111 SW BROADWAY (AT MAIN ST.)
DOWNTOWN PORTLAND - MAP


IHSAN RUSTEM / THE RITE OF SPRING / WORLD PREMIERE
NW Dance Project's award-winning Resident Choreographer takes on one of classical music and dance's most iconic and controversial works, Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring. Expect the unexpected...

SARAH SLIPPER / WOOLF PAPERS
NW Dance Project's founding Artistic Director, Sarah Slipper, is known for her cinematic and dramatic works based on literary and theater classics. Inspired by Virginia Woolf's iconic Mrs. Dalloway, Woolf Papers is "a rich, fully realized work that deserves notice." (Oregon Arts Watch). View excerpts HERE.

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SUMMER SPLENDORS

JUN 11, 12, 13 / 2020 / 7:30PM
LINCOLN PERFORMANCE HALL (PSU)
1620 SW PARK AVE. (BROADWAY & MARKET ST.)
DOWNTOWN PORTLAND - MAP

Longer, warmer days give bloom to new works from two talented international choreographers making their debuts with NW Dance Project and you get to be the first to experience these new works!

AMOS BEN-TAL / WORLD PREMIERE
Israeli movement artist, musician, and writer Amos Ben-Tal danced for Nederlands Dans Theater for nine years before beginning his acclaimed choreographic career working with many of the top contemporary dance companies around the world. Learn more about this multi-talented artist HERE.

SERGE BENNATHAN / WORLD PREMIERE
A Canadian movement and visual artist as well as a poet, Serge Bennathan was the Artistic Director of Toronto's Dancemakers from 1990 to 2006, and is now the founding Artistic Director of Les Productions Figlio.

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