American Dance Festival: PHILADANCO!
Building on the success of last fall’s performance series at the NCMA, the American Dance Festival returns to Raleigh September 8–11 to present a series of outdoor performances in association with the North Carolina Museum of Art.
The award-winning Philadelphia Dance Company (PHILADANCO!) is celebrating 51 years of providing exceptional dance performances and training to dancers and audiences throughout the US and around the world. The innovative and energetic company will perform Between the Lines, inspired by the architectural drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright; This Place, motivated by the idea and feeling of community; and Conglomerate, paying homage to the rich history of Black dance in Philadelphia.
Program lasts approximately 60 minutes with no intermission.
Tickets are available for purchase online at americandancefestival.org or through the Duke University Box Office. If you need further assistance, you can contact the Duke University Box Office at 919-684-4444 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12 to 3 pm.
Pick 4 Ticket Package
Purchase one or more tickets to all four performances at the NCMA and receive 20% off. Option available online at box office checkout; service fees may apply. Click here to select your tickets and save!
Weather Cancellation Policy
For outdoor performances at the Joseph M. Bryan, Jr., Theater in the Museum Park, there will be no refunds for weather cancellations. Canceled ADF dance performance tickets may be used for another dance performance at the NCMA during the 2022 season, which runs through Sunday, September 11. You must bring the canceled tickets to the new dance performance of your choice for entry.
ADF’s fall season is presented in association with the NCMA.
Major support for the ADF season is provided by the SHS Foundation, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, North Carolina Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support is provided by the NCMA with a grant from the Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Foundation.
Media support provided by Walter magazine.
Photo: Julieanne Harris