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AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES ITS 2020 SEASON LINEUP
9 WORLD PREMIERES
11 ADF COMMISSIONS
8 ADF DEBUTS
22 COMPANIES/CHOREOGRAPHERS 45 PERFORMANCES IN 5 VENUES
The 2020 festival performances will take place at Duke University's Reynolds Industries Theater, Page Auditorium, and the von der Heyden Studio Theater in the Rubenstein Arts Center, and the Durham Performing Arts Center. Single tickets and subscriptions go on sale Tuesday, April 28th, and prices range from $12 to $64 with many savings options available. Tickets can be purchased through the ADF website at americandancefestival.org. More detailed information about ticket prices and performing companies, including photos, videos, and press reviews, are also available on the ADF website.
The Builders Association celebrates and deconstructs The Wizard of Oz in this clever mash-up of theater, technology, and pop culture.
A narrator recounts juicy background details about the making of the film as three powerful performers recreate famous moments live on stage. Interspersed with excerpts of the original novel, YouTube tributes, fan theories, and critical interpretations from the likes of Salman Rushdie, Elements of Oz revels in the ways in which tens of thousands of people around the globe have made Oz their own.
Viewers are invited to keep their phones out and interact with the action on stage through a unique app that delivers the Technicolor Land of Oz direct to our devices. In much the same way the classic MGM movie transported us from the stark black and white of Kansas to a vibrant Technicolor Oz, Elements of Oz uses AR (Augmented Reality) in a new way which enlivens and deepens the audience’s experience.
“Loose, loopy and enjoyable … dazzling … fun to watch.” —The New York Times
Saturday, Dec. 7 at 7:30pm
Sunday, Dec. 8 at 3:00pm