MARCH DIGITAL SERIES
Who said we're only a summer company? Hello, March!
Kicking off Variant, our 2021 Season, is the largest variation from our once normal life of in-person performances. March Digital Series is part of TRBP's digital reinvention as we continue to embrace and shape the future of our art form.
Join us on our Virtual Subscription, or grab a Viewing Pass for one or all of our World-Premiere virtual dance films! This series of films will stream for the entire month of March. Three Word Premieres, two of which are by Resident Choreographers Bethany Green and Carly Topazio, and a Virtual Debut of Farewell, My Lovely by Kevin Jenkins.
We are very excited to also feature the third World Premiere by Guest Choreographer Emily Kikta from New York City Ballet!
March Digital Series is a part of our Virtual Subscription
MARCH 1 -28
THE VIRTUAL BOX/ VIRTUAL SUBSCRIPTION online
Emily Kikta from New York City Ballet
PROMENADE THEATER EVENT
Our most exciting alternative performance is back! With two options to experience: streaming 360-degrees virtually from the comfort of your own home, and a live and immersive IN-PERSON performance!
Step Inside this traveling performance and experience dance unlike any other.
Bar catering provided by Swift and Stiff
*In-person tickets are limited to maintain safe social-distancing requirements.
JULY 9 & 10
A weekend packed full of new works and premieres, both online and IN-PERSON. Choreographed by the brilliant artists of The Rosin Box Project, and our Summer Guest Choreographer, Lauren Flower, TRBP's 2021 August Series will once again be presented in the black box theatre of Tenth Avenue Arts Center, LIVE as well as virtually LIVE STREAMED.
This will also officially be the first season TRBP will have air conditioning! August Series includes premiere works by Katie Spagnoletti, Jeremy Zapanta, our Summer Season Guest Choreographer, Lauren Flower, former artist with Boston Ballet, as well as the in-person premiere of our 2020 ballets: Corporeal (Spagnoletti), Sideswiped (Zapanta), and Remnant (by Donnie Duncan Jr. of Netherlands Dance Theater).
AUGUST 19 - 22
@ THENTH AVENUE ARTS CENTER
Lauren Flower formally with Boston Ballet