In celebration of the 5th anniversary of Kun-Yang Lin Dancers’ relocation to Philadelphia, they will present a rare retrospective of the company’s singular artistry. Spanning over twenty years of creativity, the diverse works speak to the company’s versatility, virtuosity and fearless engagement with contemporary themes including sexual identity, addiction, self-acceptance and the meaning of community.
Highlights include works never seen in Philadelphia — the solo, Butterfly, set to the haunting music of Puccini, the duet, Love Song from Lin’s Poem of Arbos, described by The New York Times as “ritualistic solemnity”, and the tango-inspired, Shall We…?, which Back Stage called “an outstanding dance –theatre work that intelligently reveals the grotesque comedy of need, obsession, and addiction.”
Thursday-Saturday, November 7th-9th
8 p.m. Thurs.-Fri., 2 p.m. & 8 p.m.* Sat.
$30 in advance, $35 day of show