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Performing a “strikingly imaginative fusion of traditional Samoan/Maori dance and contemporary styles" (The Boston Globe), Black Grace makes its Joyce debut with a selection of works choreographed by founder and artistic director Neil Ieremia spanning the company’s 24-year history. Signature pieces such as Pati Pati, Deep Far, and Method appear alongside the U.S. premiere of E Toa, E Toa, which incorporates live singing and traditional Cook Island Drumming. Excerpts from recent full-length works include Crying Men, which explores masculinity from a Pacific perspective, and As Night Falls, set to music by Vivaldi.
Curtain Chat: Wed, Oct 30
Family Matinee: Sun, Nov 3 at 2pm
Photo by John McDermott
The Joyce’s presentation of Black Grace is a Harkness First, generously supported by The Harkness Foundation for Dance. Support for The Joyce’s presentation of international dance provided by the R. Britton Fisher and Family Gift for International Dance.