DK's 2021-22 Season
We have put together an outstanding season of contemporary dance for you, with lots of new choreography and several surprises.
Deadline to purchase Early Bird Subscriptions - June 15, 2021.
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Breaking the Surface
September 16 - 19 at Indiana Repertory Theatre
This dynamic in-person show will feature:
- Chairman Dances with music by John Adams, choreography by David Hochoy
- a piece by Chicago choreographer Brock Clawson
- El Salòn Mexico with choreography by David Hochoy
- a new piece with music by Michael Bublé, choreography by Stuart Coleman and David Hochoy
January 6-9 at Indiana Repertory Theatre
Ways to think about love. Truly exciting, DK will present two versions of Romeo and Juliet. First, choreographer David Hochoy's nonlinear telling of R&J using Tchaikovsky's luscious music. Next, choreographer Stuart Coleman will present a contemporary retelling that adds twists to this cherished love story.
Edge of Innovation
March 3 - 6 at Indiana Repertory Theatre
- Phoenix Rising Dance Company will perform one of their pieces in our show. Their Artistic Director, Justin Sears-Watson, was a DK company dancer and has since been directing his own company here in Indianapolis.
- Choreographer Lalah Ayan will create a new piece for the DK company dancers. Lalah currently lives in Philadelphia and is the niece of Indianapolis choreographer Nicholas A. Owens. She has danced for Philadanco and has choreographed here in Indianapolis for Kenyetta Dance Company.
- iconoGlass, with music by Phillip Glass, choreography by David Hochoy
May 20-22 at the Schrott Center for the Arts
Our May 2022 show will include live music from pianist Drew Petersen and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, featuring new choreography, as well as a couple of audience favorites.
- Ravel Piano Concerto with Drew Peterson, new choreography by David Hochoy
- Candide Overture with music by Bernstein, choreography by David Hochoy
- Orawa with music by Kilar, new choreography by David Hochoy
- Brahms Haydn Variations, choreography by David Hochoy
- We are hoping to be able to invite you back to the theater next season, but we will continue to follow health regulations. We will post any changes to schedule or other elements of each performance as they arise.
- We are looking into the possibility of continuing to film our performances to be streamed, even if we are also able to have in-person shows.