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We are sad to say that, due to the bad weather forecast for this weekend, we have had to cancel the dance festival performances. 

I want to thank all the staff and the fantastic artists for their patience and hard work leading up to this season. This was one of the best line-ups we’ve ever had for the festival. So much so, that we are planning to bring all the same artists NEXT YEAR! 

We are new to outdoor production and pledge to improve the planning process to account for bad weather. So, thanks to everyone for their support and we hope to see you all NEXT YEAR.



Boston Ballet II : presenting two works

Jean Appolon Expressions:  a contemporary dance company deeply rooted in Haitian-folkloric culture.

Khalid Hill and Orlando Hernandez: virtuoso tap artists and audience favorites, with live music.

Rovaco: provocative, athletic, leading edge contemporary dance from New York City.

Ballet Rhode Island: in their first appearance at the festival. 

Rachna Agrawal and Laya Raj: master interpreters of classical Indian dance, who breathe vibrant life into a timeless legacy. 

For questions, to order tickets by phone, or for information on other festival events call The Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill at
‭(508) 349-7511‬


Jean Appolon Expressons (Photo: Olivia Moon)

Photo Credits : (L-R):im Coleman: Sarah Haarmann,Roberto Ricci: Ballets Trockadero. Lissy Thomas: Portland Ballet, Varum Viswanat: Priya Bangal,Marcia Davis: Spectrum Dance Theater,Dominic Delore: Rebecca McGowan,Whitney Brown:  Drumatix 


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Provincetown Dance Festival enters its 17th season. Since the first season, over 60 artists and companies from the USA and Canada have performed at the festival. Artists have originated from Africa, the Caribbean, Russia, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Cambodia, Japan, India, China, Canada and the USA, to name a few.  The festival has  consistently celebrated every dance form, including, Flamenco, Chinese traditional dance, Hip-Hop, Tap, Ballet, Contemporary, Classical Indian, Afro-Caribbean, Irish Dance, Ballroom and Jazz dance.

The Provincetown Dance Festival has been co-produced by Adam Miller and The Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, recently in partnership with the Provincetown Theater. 

More about The Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill

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Photo: Phillip Holt

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