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Complexions: Snatched Back from the Edges

Directed by Complexions Contemporary Ballet's Co-Artistic Directors Dwight Rhoden and Desmond Richardson, tune in for the premiere of 'Black is Beautiful.' The film is the first episode of a four-part series entitled 'Snatched Back from the Edges,' which we will roll out throughout the company's 2021-2022 season.

Hosted by Complexions founding member Christina Johnson, 'Black is Beautiful' is an intense, abstract depiction of the depth of systemic racism and oppression. Its heartfelt message of positivity celebrates black people's power, majesty, and resilience throughout history despite these challenges. Set to the spoken word piece by the same name, the film features the poetry of four prolific poets from the United Kingdom: Terrell Lewis, Aicha Therese, Mr. Reed, and Poetess Jess. The premiere includes remarks by Dwight Rhoden, Desmond Richardson, Terrell Lewis, and special guest Misty Copeland.

DANCE NOW Online

To celebrate its 25th season, DANCE NOW is presenting a series of online events featuring new and archival digital works by more than 40 innovative dance makers. Recreating the intimate, robust and energizing atmosphere of Joe’s Pub at The Public, this online experience will unite artists and audiences through up close and personal performances & digital events.

The DN Story will be told in six monthly chapters, launching Sept 10th, 2020 through May 2021. Each chapter brings together artists who honor our past, embrace the present reality, and create new and future possibilities.

Single tickets are $10 for each Monthly Performance Program and $20 for the Monthly Performance Program and Artist-to-Audience Celebration.

English National Ballet @Home

ENB at Home is a video-on-demand platform offering world-class ballet performances and training to enjoy at home. Ballet on Demand offers full-length ballets, documentaries and ballet shorts, each available to rent for three days for a small fee per title. Ballet Active delivers a library of training and classes from the professionals from English National Ballet. Access to the library is available for one low monthly price meaning you can watch as much as you want, wherever you want.

films.dance

Films.Dance is a groundbreaking new global film series produced by and under the creative direction of Jacob Jonas The Company. The project engages more than 150 artists, culminating in 15 short films that have been shot over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning January 25, and continuing each Monday following for 15 weeks, one film will premiere for free at 9AM PST on the web at Films.Dance, on Instagram on the @films.dance account, and the Films.Dance Facebook page

GALLIM | Dance Films

Brooklyn-based company GALLIM is a multi-disciplinary production company expanding movement expression in live and digital experience. GALLIM continues to produce and perform the multidisciplinary co-creative works by the founder Andrea Miller in public, virtual, and theater spaces. Underpinned by physicality, virtuosity and piercing emotional and psychological texture, Miller has an expansive language that runs freely across mediums — restless and yet insatiably brewing over the alchemy of creative process, performance, and collective communion. Recent GALLIM dance films by Andrea Miller, made in collaboration with artists across disciplines, can be watched in their entirety here!

Nine New Variations

Drawing inspiration from the original 1966 Hilary Harris film, "9 Variations on a Dance Theme," featuring dancer Bettie de Jong, nine dancers respond in "Nine New Variations," a film series created by Kristin Draucker and State of Darkness performer Michael Trusnovec. Don't miss your chance to stream all nine films, featuring performances by Sara Mearns, Tamisha Guy, Christine Flores, Xin Ying, Andrea Miller, Akua Noni Parker, Annmaria Mazzini, Caitlin Scranton, and Margie Gills.

Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE

Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE continues its 35th Anniversary celebration with a livestream performance event featuring some of the company’s most iconic pieces. EVIDENCE, the dance company founded by Ronald K. Brown in 1985, focuses on the integration of traditional African dance with contemporary and spoken word to provide a unique view of struggles, tragedies, and triumphs of humanity. This performance of Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE premieres live Thursday, February 18 at 8pm Eastern Time/7pm Central Time and will be available for on-demand streaming until Thursday, March 4 at 11:59pm ET. Tickets are $25 per household.