Batsheva Dance Company has been critically acclaimed and popularly embraced as one of the foremost contemporary dance companies in the world. Based in Tel Aviv and led by renowned choreographer Ohad Naharin for the past 27 years, Batsheva is known worldwide for its innovative and distinctive style. Naharin is widely considered to be one of the great choreographers of his generation. The eighteen dancers of Batsheva’s senior company are cast globally and trained by Naharin in his original movement language he has coined “Gaga.” Set to a wide range of music from Gregorian chant to tango to hip-hop, Naharin’s newest work, Venezuela, explores the relationship between movement and the content it represents and juxtaposes the familiar with the unfamiliar. Don’t miss this extraordinary chance to witness one of the world’s most important contemporary dance companies.
The running time for this work is 84 minutes, without intermission. At the request of the artists, there will be no late seating, so please plan ahead.
Please be advised, the performance uses audio tracks containing lyrics with explicit language.
Post-Show Talk April 5
Join Luc Jacobs, Rehearsal Director for Batsheva, and Allyson Esposito, Senior Director of Arts & Culture, The Boston Foundation, on stage after the performance for a post-show talk.
Prices, seating sections, and programs are subject to change.
STEPHANIE L. BROWN FOUNDATION; JANN E. LEEMING & ARTHUR D. LITTLE, SENIOR TRUSTEES, ROYAL LITTLE FAMILY FOUNDATION; and CYNTHIA & JOHN S. REED FOUNDATION.
Additional support provided by
This performance is made possible in part by support from Celebrity Series LIVE PERFORMANCE! Arts for All Endowment & Innovation Funds with generous leadership support from the Stephanie L. Brown Foundation and Jann E. Leeming & Arthur D. Little, Senior Trustees, Royal Little Family Foundation. Additional support provided by Paul & Elizabeth Kastner and Sharon & Howard Rich.