Choreographer Twyla Tharp’s connection to ADF reaches back over forty years. “My first commission for ADF was in 1969. My company was joined by 66 students to perform Medley on the lawn at Connecticut College. That was Charlie Reinhart’s first… read more
Ohad Naharin is one of Israel’s preeminent contemporary choreographers. In his early career, he was invited by Martha Graham to join her company. After attending the School of American Ballet in New York, he continued his studies at Juilliard. In… read more
Camille A. Brown & Dancers makes its ADF debut this year with the provocative MR. TOL E. RAncE (2013), which examines black stereotypes in popular culture and throughout history. In today’s 80 Faces, choreographer and artistic director Camille A. Brown… read more
The Brenda Angiel Aerial Dance Company returns to ADF to perform Air Condition (2005), a spectacular work that defies gravity and showcases daring movement on, above, and around the stage.
The show closes today, Saturday, July 6th at the Durham… read more
In today’s 80 Faces, Michelle Gibson—now in her fourth year as an ADF faculty member—discusses her teaching philosophy. A former Six Week School student and a graduate of the Hollins University/American Dance Festival MFA program, she reflects on the important… read more