Each summer, the ADF’s Archives department documents the festival by videotaping performances, classes, showings, panel discussions, and other special events. There is a rich history of modern dance in the Archives’ moving images collection, where there is film going back… read more
Shen Wei Dance Arts presents Undivided Divided in an exciting collaboration between the American Dance Festival and the North Carolina Museum of Art. In this multi-dimensional gallery show, audience members are encouraged to ambulate around and through the dancers as… read more
Brian Brooks Moving Company returns to ADF this year with their distinctive and riveting use of space, movement, music and design. Presenting new work Big City among others, choreographer Brian Brooks has created a show that explores the multi-faceted ways… read more
More than simply a summer series of performances and school programs, The American Dance Festival provides opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to experience dance. For our youngest fans, the ADF offers Children’s Saturday Matinees and free Kids’… read more
Vertigo Dance Company, an acclaimed Israeli dance troupe founded in 1992, brings Mana to the ADF stage in their first festival visit. Choreographed by Artistic Director Noa Wertheim, Mana is a meditation on transformation, connection and home.
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