Jane Franklin Dance returns to in-person performances at Arlington’s Theatre on the Run with exciting new works by award-winning choreographers. This mixed-bill promises an exciting evening of dance performed by some of the DMV’s finest movement artists.
- A new work by Company | E artist Horizon Miguel, *8H Aquarius Moon” is an exploration of a personal, astrological placement and its relation to affection, intimacy and validation.
- In Jane Franklin’s “Barrier” scientists, naturalists and hobbyists comment on flight, migration and climate. People — like animals — move to react to a push or pull in their natural habitats. As we confront global issues, JFD invites audiences to experience the real, personal journeys of the people and ecosystems in our midst.
- Lauren DeVera unveils “And She Did” for Forty+, about overcoming obstacles and in celebration of unapologetic self-love. The dance taps into the feelings of youth with a sustained hopefulness about the present moment; a resonant theme for many and for the cast of performers past the age of 40.
- Jane Franklin’s new work “In Place” is inspired by NVFAA’s exhibit “Art Optimism: Focus on Change and Sustainability. The shared leitmotif is one of optimism for improving our footprint on the planet. Artworks by Steve Ferretti Capture the Tides, Capture the Sun, Capture the Wind, Rosa Ines Vera Lotus Fields III, Sally Kaufman Rebirth, Marty Ittner Tangled Up in Blue and Suzanne Yurdin Shadows Run Deep motivate a response in movement with media by Nitsan Scharf Design.
- Award-winning choreographer Robert J. Priore’s new work “Esta Vida” explores themes of family. Surprising movement and group partnership echo music by Silvia Perez Cruz and Silvania Estrada.
Theatre on the Run, 3700 S Four Mile Run Drive, Arlington
December 11 at 7:30 pm SOLD OUT /
Dec 12 at 5 pm
Tickets: $20 (20 seats -purchase today to reserve your space)
In-person audience must show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of start of the show. Masks are required.
If you are unable to attend in-person, there are two options to see the show:
- A YouTube stream of the complete performance plus live interviews with the dancers will be shown on December 19 at 4 pm, Part I and December 19 at 6 pm.
DONATE NOWto receive log-in information for both Part I and Part II. You do not need to present at the exact time of broadcast. The log in link will remain valid.
- A “Video On Demand” begins streaming on December 20. Once you press “play,” you’ll have 72 hours to enjoy the performance. In that time you can pause, rewind, and even watch the show again! DONATE NOW to stream at Vimeo on Demand.