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BOSTON DANCE THEATER at Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston

Boston Dance Theater at Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston Friday, November 11 2022 8:00PM EST Saturday, November 12 2022 8:00PM EST Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston 25 Harbor Shore Drive, Boston $40, $36 Global Arts Live members Reserved seating https://www.globalartslive.org/content/

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BOSTON DANCE THEATER at Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
BOSTON DANCE THEATER at Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston

Time & Location

Nov 12, 2022, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST

Boston, 25 Harbor Shore Dr, Boston, MA 02210, USA

About The Event

Co-directed by Jessie Jeanne Stinnett and Itzik  Galili, Boston Dance Theatre (BDT) showcases the talents of Boston-based dancers and presents works by acclaimed choreographers. BDT performs The Carol Kaye Project, which celebrates seminal bassist Carol Kaye’s legacy and consists of dance works by a variety of American women choreographers. Kaye played on an estimated 10,000 recording sessions with everyone from The Beach Boys to Marvin Gaye, yet she remains relatively unknown. In this special first full program of The Carol Kaye Project, BDT will perform two world premieres, one by Karole Armitage and another by Jessie Jeanne Stinnett, along with Ofrenda by Rosie Herrera, and For the Record  by Rena Butler.

Dance Magazine recently acknowledged the innovation of the project, adding BDT to its list of Top 25 to Watch in 2021. Chief editor Jennifer Stahl writes, “By consistently making these kinds of savvy curatorial choices—and pulling them off with finesse—BDT's quickly grown into a company with appeal far beyond Boston's city limits.”

Tickets on sale now to Global Arts Live members only. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Jun 15, 10AM.

FREE LIVESTREAM ARTIST TALK   Monday, November 7, 8pm   Join us online for a conversation with  Jessie Jeanne Stinnett, founder and co–artistic director of  Boston Dance Theater, and choreographer Karole Armitage about their creative processes.  Streaming live on the Global Arts Live YouTube channel.

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