Long before he was Muhammad Ali, 12-year-old Cassius Clay knew he would be a hero someday, no matter what anyone else had to say. In the nation’s dark time of Jim Crow racism and violence, Cassius— with the support of his family, training from Officer Joe Martin, and his own hard work—fought his way onto the gold-medal stand and into the history books. By Idris Goodwin, directed by Malika Oyetimein.
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The first of three mixed-repertory programs brings new works from choreographers the world is watching. PNB audiences know Alejandro Cerrudo (Little mortal jump) for his inventive synthesis of mood and music. Alexander Ekman’s Cacti has become an international hit: a kinetic, concussive ensemble work that is slyly ironic. PNB soloist Kyle Davis has been creating work for years, and we are thrilled to bring his premiere, A Dark and Lonely Space, to the mainstage.
Laugh/cry during interactive battle games with hosts Eula Scott Bynoe and Jeannie Yandel, meet special guest Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner, and find out who will be crowned our latest BTSW Boss Tactician! Where: The RiveterGet Tickets