Choreographer Cerrudo’s ‘It Starts Now’ Begins World Premiere Run Sept. 28

Screenshot via the artist’s website

Spanish choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo, who has been choreographing for more than a decade at companies all over the U.S. and Europe and is now the (very first) resident choreographer at Seattle’s Pacific Northwest Ballet, offers the world premiere of his first solo production, It Starts Now, a “capsule of moments…the feeling of time stretching in the suspended moment before a kiss…a collection of nows.” His six dancers tear up the stage floor and illuminate themselves and each other with their cell phone flashlights.

Ana Lopez and Seia Rassenti. | Photo by Rosalie O’Connor

September. 28-Oct. 3, Tues. & Wed. at 7:30pm, Thurs. & Fri. at 8pm, Sat. at 2pm & 8pm, Sun. at 2pm. At the Joyce Theater (175 Eighth Ave. at W. 19th St.). For tickets ($26-$71), click here or call 212-242-0800.  For Cerrudo’s website, click here.

Pictured: Daniel Rae Srivastava. | Photo by Rosalie O’Connor

For More Fall Dance Picks from Elizabeth Zimmer, click here (a roundup including the Fall for Dance Festival, works at the cell and the Joyce, a screening at Film Forum, and online interactive content). For Zimmer’s focus on works at New York Live Arts,  click here.


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