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SPRING SEASON UDATE

In light of the situation surrounding COVID-19 and in precaution with the community's health and CDC guidelines, we have cancelled our Annual Benefit Dinner and postponed our Spring Season Performances until further notice. We are incredibly disappointed that we will not be able to share this incredible program with you at this time, but hope that you will join us in our future presentation of the season.

 

All ticket holders are eligible for a refund--please contact boxoffice@peridance.com to process your request. That being said, the situation surrounding COVID-19 will have a notable financial impact on our company, as well as many other arts organizations around the globe. If you would consider donating your ticket as a pledge of support to our organization, or making a contribution to Peridance Contemporary Dance Company, we would be incredibly grateful.

 

Please stay healthy during this difficult time and be on the lookout for more information from us in the coming weeks!

presented at the Salvatore Capezio Theater

NYC Spring Season

 

Including work by

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Saturday, March 21st 7:30pm

with Opening Night Benefit Dinner

Sunday, March 22nd 7:30pm

 

Friday, March 27th 8:30pm

Saturday, March 28th 7:30pm

Sunday, March 29th 4:30pm*

*Up Close with PCDC 

Up Close with PCDC

A special, short community matinee in which the company will perform Igal Perry’s Twilight and Yin Yue’s Just Above the Surface. 

There will be a Q & A session to follow.  (Tickets $10)

 

Dance with PCDC! Take a master class with Artistic Director Igal Perry and the dancers of PCDC prior to the show.

Class will be from 2:30-3:30pm at Peridance Capezio Center. Community members are invited to either dance or observe.

Ticket includes workshop, show and Q & A session. (Tickets $20)

This program is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.