October 27-29
Boch Center Shubert Theatre
Friday | 7:30pm
Saturday | 8pm
Sunday | 3pm


The wildly creative avant-garde dance company Pilobolus has transformed itself into an international entertainment juggernaut. Featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Sesame Street, and The Academy Awards, and nominated for a 2012 Grammy Award for the video for OK Go’s All Is Not Lost, the company continues to explore new ways of using the human body as a graphic and expressive medium. Program will include The Inconsistent Pedaler, an absurd, acrobatic, and lyrical collaboration between Pilobolus, fiction writer Etgar Keret, and filmmaker Shira Geffen that opens up a mesmerizing physical world.

October 27 Only: Join us for a free, post-performance artist talk! A 20-minute talk with Renee Jaworski, Pilobolus co-artistic director, and company members will be held in front of the stage immediately following the Friday, October 27, performance. Moderator Peter DiMuro of The Dance Complex shares his perspective on the company ahead of their performance. Read more in his blog post.


On the Nature of Things*

The Inconsistent Pedaler

in collaboration with
Etgar Keret, fiction writer
Shire Geffen, filmmaker

Echo in the Valley


*contains partial female nudity

“....clever, endearing, and physically awesome.”
—Los Angeles Times

The Dance Series is sponsored by the Stephanie L. Brown Foundation, the Royal Little Family Foundation and the Cynthia and John S. Reed Foundation.

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