Each year, Eisenhower Dance presents a series of performances in the Metro Detroit area for local patrons.
Experience the best of contemporary dance at Eisenhower Dance’s dazzling season opener! Nationally known for its virtuosic athleticism and creative artistry, Oakland University's resident professional dance company will present an exhilarating program of premieres and audience favorites. From drama to comedy to pure virtuosic movement, you won't want to miss the excitement!
Presented by Oakland University’s Department of Music, Theatre and Dance
Tickets: $18 general, $10 students.
For ticket information, please visit Star Tickets or call 248-370-3013.
Generously sponsored by Oakland University Credit Union
OCTOBER 21, 20177
(7:30 P.M. PRELUDE)
OCTOBER 22, 2017
(1:30 P.M. PRELUDE)
Join Eisenhower Dance for its annual December celebration of innovative dance. Spend an exhilarating evening with E/D and see our latest works, including new premieres by Joshua Peugh and Artistic Director Stephanie Pizzo. Come see what all the excitement is about when this breathtaking company takes the stage!
Humorous…reaching…heartfelt… Eisenhower Dance presents an evening of exhilarating dance reflecting on our ever-present need for human connection, whether full of joy, longing, or the endless flow of questions that comes with trying to understand one another. Experience the awe-inspiring dancers of Eisenhower Dance in a program that includes works by Artistic Director, Stephanie Pizzo, Joshua Manculich and Founding Artistic Director Laurie Eisenhower.
SATURDAY, February 10, 2018
ARC is comprised of two long-form collaborations led by Artistic Director Stephanie Pizzo: Surge, with original composition by the internationally known techno artist, Aaron Seigel and an exciting new collaboration with composer Omar Jon Ajluni and New D Media, blending evocative visual imagery and cutting-edge projection with vivid choreography set to a riveting original soundtrack. Through the synergy of light, sound, and movement, the evening will delve into the repressive nature of labels within our society, how they affect our sense of identity, and what it means to overcome the judgements that challenge us from revealing who we really are.