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MacArthur Genius Award-winning choreographer Kyle Abraham has developed a dance aesthetic that defies genre, mixing and morphing from social dance to classical dance styles and back again, creating his signature postmodern gumbo. The Center presents his visionary works using various dance and music styles to uncover the relationships between identity, history, and geography. “It is a crazy, sexy, cool fusion of elite/street/afro-punkism that is a visual feast” (Dance Magazine). This Black-led contemporary dance company aims to create a body of dance-based work that is galvanized by Black culture and history. In addition to collaborations with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, The National Ballet of Cuba, New York City Ballet, and The Royal Ballet, Abraham is the founder and artistic director of A.I.M by Kyle Abraham, “one of the most consistently excellent troupes working today” (The New York Times). As a Mason Artist-in-Residence, the company will also work with the community through classes and workshops during the week leading up to the performance.
Someday Soon–Keerati Jinakunwiphat
Just Your Two Wrists–Paul Singh
This performance is appropriate for all ages.
Tickets: $48, $41, $29; half-price for youth through Grade 12
PERFORMANCE PROGRAM The program for this performance will be available the week of the event. View digital program.
BEFORE THE PERFORMANCE A pre-performance discussion with A.I.M by Kyle Abraham Rehearsal Director Jessica Tong, moderated by Mason School of Dance Professor Lawrence M. Jackson, will take place in Monson Grand Tier, which is located on the third level of the Center for the Arts Lobby, 45 minutes prior to curtain.Seating is limited, and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
FREE TICKETS FOR MASON STUDENTS A limited quantity of free student tickets will be available for each event. Learn more.
The Mason Artist-in-Residence program is supported in part by the Wendy Frieman and David Johnson Fund.