"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.
Batsheva Post-Show Party
Sat, Nov 1 - immediately following performance
Royce Hall West Lobby
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.