Tickets to the 2010 Festival go on sale Monday, May 10 at 10:00am. The Duke University Box Office will sell tickets to ADF@Duke performances and the Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC) Box Office will sell tickets to ADF@DPAC performances. Tickets will be available in person, by phone, and online. Festival events will take place at DPAC and Reynolds Industries Theater at Duke University from June 10 – July 24.
How to Order:
Duke University Box Office – located in the Bryan Center on Duke’s West Campus.
Durham Performing Arts Center – located on the northeast corner of DPAC, at Vivian and Blackwell Streets.
By Phone: 919.668.2233 (2ADF)
The ADF will explore What is Dance Theater? in 2010 with eight ADF-commissioned world premieres, one US premiere, two reconstructions, and five ADF company debuts. The question will be explored through performances, panel discussions and much more. Many of the choreographers represented this season – Jerome Robbins, Paul Taylor, Martha Clarke, Shen Wei, Pilobolus, Inbal Pinto and Avshalom Pollak, Mark Dendy, and Rosie Herrera – have all created works known for dipping a toe in both theater and dance, and then back again, all with great success.
For detailed information about the 2010 Festival, the ADF School, free community programs, and ticketing, please visit www.americandancefestival.org. Individuals may learn more about the Festival by becoming a fan on Facebook and/or following the ADF on Twitter.
Founded in 1934 in Bennington, Vermont, the ADF remains an international magnet for choreographers, dancers, teachers, students, critics, musicians, and scholars to learn and create in a supportive environment. The ADF’s wide range of programs includes performances, artist services, humanities projects, publications, community outreach, educational programs and classes, archives, media projects, and national and international projects. The ADF has been presenting the best in modern dance for 77 years. www.americandancefestival.org