"the Tel Aviv-based troupe celebrates 50 years with another body-twisting, athletically riveting work” - Los Angeles Times
Please note: There will be no late seating for Sadeh21. Arrive early!
Famed Tel Aviv-based contemporary dance company Batsheva celebrates 50 years as they embark on a choreographic voyage of cinematic proportions from their illustrious choreographer and artistic director Ohad Naharin - one of the world’s most revered dancemakers. Sadeh21 is an explosive physical journey rich in sensations revealed through a succession of solos, duets and group ensembles that are in turn delicate, athletic, slow or twitchy, reflecting the many different ways to exist in the world.
Supported in part by the James A Doolittle Endowment and the Roslyn Holt Swartz & Allan J. Swartz Endowment for the Performing Arts. Additional support provided by the Philip and Muriel Berman Foundation and UCLA Younes & Soraya Nazarian Center for Israel Studies. Sadeh 21 was commissioned by The Israel Festival, Jerusalem, and Luminato, Toronto Festival of Arts & Creativity and produced by Batsheva Dance Company, with the generous support of the Michael Sela Fund for Development of Young Artists.