Provincetown Dance Festival celebrates its blockbuster 15th season with renowned artists.
Updated: Feb 15, 2020
Provincetown Dance Festival celebrates its blockbuster 15th season at the Provincetown Theater with performances by artists of international acclaim: including the centerpiece - internationally renowned dance maker Donald Byrd’s, Spectrum Dance Theater, and the inspiring presence of the esteemed soloist from the Paul Taylor Dance Company, Eran Bugge.
This season will be extra special as it also has a first anniversary. One to celebrate with perhaps even greater excitement. The Truro Center of the Arts at Castle Hill will christen its newly build stage, Sam’s Space, at its beautiful Edgewood Farm Campus. This stage will allow even more chances for Outer Cape dance lovers to see great dance. Programming for this space will be announced at a later date
The festival will also include a world premiere tap dance collaboration with three artists who have all performed individually in the festival in the past. Khalid Hill, from New York, Sean Fielder, from Boston, and Orlando Hernandez, from Providence, have pledged to cook up a special trio to honor the festival’s 15 years of commitment to tap as a premiere American art form.
In addition, the audience will be given a special return treat with the appearance of the Island Reflections Dance Theater, who appeared at the festival’s first season and enjoyed a raucous audience response. This company pays inspirational tribute to the great legacy of Caribbean dance, music and culture.
Just recently added to the roster, the witty, wacky and provocative work of Madison Palffy
She will present a duet with props and dramatic staging that words cannot explain.
We are still finalizing the remainder of the program. This season, he plan is to present mostly different programs for each night. There will be additional contemporary dance artists, and additional works that continue the festival’s commitment to the great diversity of dance in America.
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