Limón Dance Company

Limón Dance Company Presents

Limón Dance Company

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Limón's Missa Brevis, photo, Steven Pisano
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Limón's Missa Brevis, photo, Steven Pisano
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Limón's Missa Brevis, photo, Steven Pisano

Limón Dance Company sampler Missa Brevis, ECI, BodyHouse, Unsung

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Kate Weare's Night Light, photo Hayim Heron
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Kate Weare's Night Light, photo Hayim Heron
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Kate Weare's Night Light, photo Hayim Heron

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Mark Willis and Kristin Foote in Limón's The Exiles, photo by Keira Chang
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Mark Willis and Kristin Foote in Limón's The Exiles, photo by Keira Chang
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Mark Willis and Kristin Foote in Limón's The Exiles, photo by Keira Chang
Saturday, May 11, 8:00pm
Sunday, May 12, 2:00pm
Main Page Content
Main Stage
$25-$45

With contagious and gloriously musical dancing, the Limón Dance Company is making the classics alive for today, and delighting with vibrant contemporary choreographic voices:
…Suddenly they looked more like today” Wendy Perron, Dance Magazine
The front ranks of American dance, a spot it deserved then, and deserves now.”  Elizabeth Zimmer, The Village Voice
(Limon’s) repertoire, brilliantly performed by a new generation of dancers, still affects us today…The troupe appears re-vitalized.” Robert Johnson, Dance Enthusiast
As a highlight of the 2018 Pillow season, it was stunning to experience.”  Charles Giuliano, Berkshire Fine Arts,

For this program, The Limón Dance Company brings two of José Limón’s masterworks: The Exiles, an intimate and moving story of immigrants and refugees everywhere, and Psalm, a sweeping choreographic achievement of urgency, joy, anguish, and rhythmic vibrancy. In fiercely contemporary contrast, Yin Yue’s No Room for Wandering is a celebration of effort where two men fight together for every inch, and Colin Connor’s The Weather in the Room, is a fresh, playful and touching take on how relationships shift like weather itself.

Appropriate for all ages. All patrons entering the theater must have a ticket, regardless of age.  This includes infants and children.