April 26 – 27, 2019 · Zellerbach Theatre
Los Angeles-based BODYTRAFFIC is "known for its versatility, bringing vivid theatricality to a range of provocative works commissioned from some of today's most dynamic choreographers." (The Boston Globe) Blending contemporary, hip hop, jazz and ballet, this troupe will perform a program of Philadelphia premieres including A Million Voices, a work set to Peggy Lee classics by Pennsylvania Ballet resident choreographer and BalletX co-founder, Matthew Neenan.
- Fragile Dwellings by Stijn Celis
- Resolve by Wewolf (world premiere)
- A Million Voices by Matthew Neenan
- George & Zalman by Ohad Naharin
- o2Joy by Richard Siegal
This performance occurs during the Penn Relays. Please plan to arrive early or use public transportation as there will be traffic and increased demand for parking.
Penn Parking has notified us that all campus garages, including the one nearest the Annenberg Center at 38th and Walnut Streets, will have a flat $25 fee for parking. They will not be accept the discounted parking passes we usually sell. Also, be advised that other parking garages in the area may have increased rates as well.
- Friday, April 26 @ 8 PM
- Saturday, April 27 @ 2 PM
- Saturday, April 27 @ 8 PM
Stay after the performance on Friday for a post-show talk with Randy Swartz, Artistic Director of NextMove Dance.
The 18/19 dance series is presented by Annenberg Center Live and NextMove Dance.
1: Brad Romano
2: Karli Cadel
3: Rob Latour