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Brett Schewitz

13/14 Season The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts invites you to come and discover the energy, thrill and captivation of live performances in the 13/14 season. Enjoy diverse programming with world-renowned artists and new, emerging talent. Experience unforgettable moments ranging from debuts of groundbreaking new pieces to reinterpretations of classic works. Engage with Penn faculty and the artists themselves as we explore today’s most intriguing issues and how they’re interpreted onstage. Join us at the center of excitement where the power of live performance can change your life.

Extraordinary Performances + Unforgettable Moments

13/14 Season Calendar


Shujaat Khan

OCTOBER 1-5 6 12 18-19 24-26

Truth Values Gary Burton The Makem & Spain Brothers The Pearlman Sisters Paul Taylor Dance Company*

NOVEMBER 9 Joshua Redman Quartet 21-23 KEIGWIN + COMPANY*

DECEMBER 4-15 Brian Sanders’ JUNK 7 Sweet Honey in the Rock 12-14 BodyVox*

JANUARY 16-18 Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal* 31 Ladysmith Black Mambazo

FEBRUARY 7-8 The Bearded Ladies 8 Chucho Valdés 14 Martha Redbone 16 Soweto Gospel Choir 20-22 Rasta Thomas’ Bad Boys of Dance*

MARCH 6-8 15

doug elkins choreography, etc.* Celtic Nights

APRIL 3-5 12 12

BODYTRAFFIC* Malavika Sarukkai Ghost Train Orchestra

MAY 1-3 8-11

2014 Philadelphia International Children’s Festival MOMIX*

* Part of Dance Celebration, presented by Dance Affiliates and the Annenberg Center.


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Tom Caravaglia

Thursday, October 24 at 7:30 PM Friday, October 25 at 8 PM Saturday, October 26 at 2 PM & 8 PM Extolled as “a marvel” and “the center of American modern dance” (New York Times), the iconic Paul Taylor produces pieces consistently regarded as masterpieces. His prodigious output includes 137 works over the course of six decades, with choreography that runs the gamut—lyrical, dark, ironic, silly, nostalgic and outright funny—but always a journey orchestrated by genius. This engagement sees the return of a Taylor classic, Mercuric Tidings (1982), as well as the Philadelphia premieres of A Field of Grass (1993), a foray into the hip culture of the 60s and Gossamer Gallants (2011), a humorous work based on a company of insects where females rule.

KEIGWIN + COMPANY Thursday, November 21 at 7:30 PM Friday, November 22 at 8 PM Saturday, November 23 at 2 PM & 8 PM

Matthew Murphy

Packed with wit, theatrical sensibility and a penchant for pop culture, Larry Keigwin’s choreography is “a parcel of pure explosive energy mediated by impressive technical skills” (New York Times). Celebrating a decade of dance-making in 2013, Keigwin is a rare gem—his works deftly walk the edge between high-brow and commercial. With wildly kinetic pieces regularly leaving audiences in fits of glee, Keigwin is the choreographer to watch. His Philadelphia program will include Boys, a thrilling-to-watch male quartet set to the sassy sounds of Eartha Kitt and its tongue-in-cheek companion piece Girls, set to a Frank Sinatra medley. | 215.898.3900


BODYVOX The Cutting Room Thursday, December 12 at 7:30 PM Friday, December 13 at 8 PM Saturday, December 14 at 2 PM & 8 PM

Michael Shay

A freewheeling, multi-media, boundary-bending movement troupe, BodyVox is the striking brainchild of MOMIX and Pilobolus alums Ashley Roland and Jamey Hampton. Known for its breathtaking cocktail of physicality, compelling imagery and imaginative whimsy, this Portland-based company is praised for approaching dance “with a breezy freshness and simplicity that is all its own” (New York Times). The Cutting Room, BodyVox’s latest full-length work is a suite of pieces that takes you on an odyssey through all genres of film: varieté, noir, comedy, science fiction and romance.

LES BALLETS JAZZ DE MONTRÉAL Thursday, January 16 at 7:30 PM Friday, January 17 at 8 PM Saturday, January 18 at 2 PM & 8 PM

Support provided by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and additional funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Vona Wong

Known as the “feel-good company,” Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal consistently delivers sophisticated, technically-stunning works by the world’s most renowned choreographers. “Runway-sleek with polished moves” meeting “the energy of a tsunami with stamina to spare” (Los Angeles Times), the company is among the dance world’s elite—coolly stylized, athletic and refined. The program features a world premiere as well as the Philadelphia premieres of Harry, a dark comedy about a young man’s trials and tribulations created by Israeli-American choreographer Barak Marshall, and Closer, a romantic pas de deux contributed by Black Swan choreographer and new Director of Dance for the Paris Opera Ballet, Benjamin Millepied. | 215.898.3900


RASTA THOMAS’ BAD BOYS OF DANCE Thursday, February 20 at 7:30 PM Friday, February 21 at 8 PM Saturday, February 22 at 2 PM & 8 PM

Oliver Fantitisch

Boasting “fast and furious pop dancers steeped in ballet basics” (Chicago Tribune), dance superstar Rasta Thomas and his Bad Boys of Dance are a high-octane intersection of classical and contemporary, complete with the music of Michael Jackson, Usher, U2 and the Black Eyed Peas. Whether sharing the stage with Sir Elton John, dancing on the catwalks at New York’s Fashion Week or appearing on the hit TV shows So You Think You Can Dance and Dancing with the Stars, these amazing performers show their versatility and virtuosity with athletic jumps, endless turns and endearing individuality.

DOUG ELKINS CHOREOGRAPHY, ETC. Thursday, March 6 at 7:30 PM Friday, March 7 at 8 PM Saturday, March 8 at 2 PM & 8 PM

Christopher Roesing

With his rollicking blend of hip hop and contemporary dance vigorously steeped in parody, Doug Elkins’ 20-plus-year career has seen wild success. “One of the most musical, witty and inventive choreographers of his generation” (New York Times), Elkins has a knack for lighting the fire of joy in his audiences. Included in the program is Mo(or)town/Redux, a take on Shakespeare’s Othello (and José Limón’s seminal The Moor’s Pavane) set to an all-Motown score featuring, among others, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and Amy Winehouse. In addition, Elkins will premiere Hapless Bizarre, a new work exploring intersections of physical comedy, choreography, flirtation and romance in silent film. Support provided by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and additional funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. | 215.898.3900



Christopher Duggan

Thursday, April 3 at 7:30 PM Friday, April 4 at 8 PM Saturday, April 5 at 2 PM & 8 PM Dubbed “the company of the future” by the Joyce Theater Foundation, BODYTRAFFIC debuts in Philadelphia amid a flurry of critical acclaim. A Los Angeles-based repertory dance troupe flagrantly defying the notion that Hollywood only spawns commercial dance, BODYTRAFFIC commissions today’s most distinctive contemporary choreographers. Its debut features Richard Siegal’s o2Joy, a playful piece set to a jazz score featuring Ella Fitzgerald; Barak Marshall’s and at midnight the green bride floated through the village square…, a dance theatre piece featuring frenetic, high-energy choreography over a darkly humorous narrative; and a new piece by Kyle Abraham, the young choreographer whose career has skyrocketed to much recognition.

MOMIX Alchemia Thursday, May 8 at 7:30 PM Friday, May 9 at 8 PM Saturday, May 10 at 2 PM & 8 PM Sunday, May 11 at 3 PM

Max Pucciariello

The blockbuster dancer-illusionist company that “dazzles with undefinable grace and personality” (New Orleans Times-Picayune), returns to Philadelphia with its newest work, Alchemia, by the ever-irrepressible Moses Pendleton. With a dash of Harry Potter charm and a whimsical exploration of the four elements, Pendleton’s latest creation is an enchanting and phantasmagorical multimedia spectacle full of wild invention, aesthetic thrills, surprising humor and sensuality—MOMIX at its most magical. | 215.898.3900



Dwight Carter

Saturday, December 7 at 8 PM Celebrating its 40th anniversary, internationally renowned a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey in the Rock presents a one-of-a-kind seasonal concert that celebrates music from the many faiths around the globe. Featuring stunning vocal prowess rooted in the rich textures of African American legacy, this powerhouse group will perform a joyful blend of holiday favorites.

LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO Friday, January 31 at 8 PM

Luis Leal

The undisputed king of South African a cappella, Ladysmith Black Mambazo celebrates over 50 years of joyous and uplifting music that marries their native South African musical traditions to the sounds of Christian gospel music. With the power to lift spirits and spark passion, this Grammy®-winning ensemble leaves its audience “in awe of the power and variety of the human voice” (Yorkshire Post).

SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR Sunday, February 16 at 7 PM

Lorenzo Di Nozzi

Praised for its inspirational performances and iconic fusion of South African gospel, reggae and pop, the Billboard® chart topping, Grammy® award-winning Soweto Gospel Choir has won the hearts of millions around the world. Thrilling, uplifting and soul stirring, Soweto’s sensory-arresting performances are “a cornucopia of remarkable voices: sharp, sweet, kindly, raspy and incantatory leads above a magnificently velvety blend” (New York Times). | 215.898.3900



SHUJAAT KHAN Saturday, September 28 at 8 PM One of the greatest North Indian classical musicians of our time, Shujaat Khan is “world music at its best” (Billboard). With a musical pedigree that goes back seven generations, Khan’s adept sitar playing blends with finely-crafted, “sliding melodies of his vocalized style…into an irresistible expression of creative musical passion” (Los Angeles Times). Most known for his gayaki ang style of sitar playing, a method that aims to match the subtleties of the human voice, Khan has recorded over 60 albums and garnered a Grammy® nomination.

Courtesy Sruti

This performance is co-presented with Sruti, The India Music and Dance Society and supported by the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

MALAVIKA SARUKKAI Saturday, April 12 at 8 PM A dancer “who has worked and polished her art to such perfection that it has become an extension of her body” (India Today), Malavika Sarukkai’s take on the classic Indian Bharata Natyam dance form has wowed audiences internationally. Replete with arresting stances, uncommon rhythmic precision and deftly swift stamps to live accompaniment, Sarukkai’s dancing takes audiences on a spiritual, “unearthly journey” (New York Times). Deep Colour Lab, Delhi

This performance is co-presented with Sruti, The India Music and Dance Society and supported by the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. | 215.898.3900



GARY BURTON 70th Birthday Concert

Ted Kurland Associates

Sunday, October 6 at 7 PM Join this seven-time Grammy® award-winning jazz vibraphonist backed by his new quartet in a joyful birthday celebration. Touted as the innovative musical giant that “makes jazz one of the gifts from God” (Jazz Weekly), Gary Burton is internationally recognized for his iconic jazz-rock sound and prodigious 50-plus-year career. With Julian Lage on guitar, Antonio Sanchez on drums and Scott Colley on bass, Burton will celebrate what he does best—“dazzling, virtuosic, and fresh” concerts that leave audiences in an uproar (New York Times).

JOSHUA REDMAN QUARTET Saturday, November 9 at 8 PM

Jimmy Katz

“When the conversation ensues about who is carrying on the great tradition of jazz musicianship today…if Joshua Redman’s name does not come up, the conversation is not worth having,” exclaims Jam Base of the inimitable saxman and Annenberg Centerfavorite, Joshua Redman. Charismatic and rhythmically adventurous in his approach, this preeminent tenor player brings works from his newest album Walking Shadows. | 215.898.3900




Courtesy Columbia Artists Management

Saturday, February 8 at 8 PM “A pianist of imperial command, possessed of a dazzling, deceptively casual virtuosity,” (New York Times) multi-Grammy® winner Chucho Valdés is Cuba’s charismatic ambassador to the world. The son of prodigious pianist Bebo Valdés, Chucho Valdés’ career spans over five decades and 80 CD’s, earning him the apt title “the dean of Latin jazz” (New York Times).

GHOST TRAIN ORCHESTRA Quirky, rollicking and charged, the sound of Ghost Train Orchestra is “a crazy-beautiful living-history lesson” (Boston Globe) sprung forth from the mind of Boston composer and trumpet player Brian Carpenter. This critically acclaimed throwback ensemble delights audiences with music from the Jazz Age, arranging pieces by now-forgotten 1920s composers in Chicago and Harlem. The band’s debut album Hothouse Stomp reached the Top 10 on the Billboard charts and was named “Best of Jazz” by NPR in 2011, thanks to “sharp arrangements…sweet voicings, and fiery rhythms of the original era” (Downbeat Magazine).

Liz Linder

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Courtesy TG2 Artists

Saturday, October 12 at 7 PM Conor and Rory Makem, the two sons of “The Godfather of Irish Music” Tommy Makem, combine forces with brothers Liam and Mickey Spain to honor Irish tradition and musical history with songs touching love, loss, rebellion and home. With strong male vocals, a mix of boisterous sing-alongs and stirring ballads, the Makem & Spain Brothers are hailed by the New York Chronicle as “the definitive Irish folk singers of their generation.”

CELTIC NIGHTS A Night of Music, Song and Dance

Courtesy CAMI

Saturday, March 15 at 8 PM The “unmissable spectacular” that brings “audiences to their feet all around the world” (The Guardian), Celtic Nights expertly weaves together the lilting melodies and plaintive lyrics of the rich Celtic heritage, showcased against a thundering backdrop of expert dancing and musicianship. In this glittering production featuring Ireland’s most promising singers and its most accomplished step dancers, the rich story of the Celtic people is told through the power and majesty of music and the hypnotic fury of dancing feet.

MARTHA REDBONE Friday, February 14 at 8 PM

Courtesy SRO Artists

“Poised to be Americana’s next superstar” (Village Voice), Martha Redbone is praised for her warm, woodsy melodies that daringly fuse her Native American heritage with blues, funk and mountain music. Enjoy this soulful artist in a dynamic performance of selections from her newest album Garden of Love–The Songs of William Blake, an homage to the English romance poet’s writing. Redbone is “American music at its best... something audaciously new and comfortingly old, and an artistic risk that has paid off big-time” (Edge). | 215.898.3900 25



John Olson

Tuesday, October 1 at 7:30 PM Wednesday, October 2 at 7:30 PM Thursday, October 3 at 7:30 PM Friday, October 4 at 8 PM Saturday, October 5 at 8 PM “Snappy,” “sincere,” and “entertaining” (Boston Herald), Truth Values: One Girl’s Romp Through M.I.T.’s Male Math Maze is a true-life saga about the challenges of being a professional woman in a maledominated field. Reminiscent of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s controversial Lean In, Truth Values was created in response to former Harvard President Lawrence Summers’ now infamous suggestion that women are less represented in the sciences than men because of innate gender differences. The piece features writer/performer and “recovering mathematician” Gioia De Cari charmingly bringing to life more than 30 characters, creating “refreshing delights of humor, even compassion” with wit and gusto (EDGE Boston). Supported in part by

THE PEARLMAN SISTERS Devotedly, Sincerely Yours: The Story of the USO Friday, October 18 at 8 PM Saturday, October 19 at 2 PM & 8 PM A swingin’ big band portrait of a courageous female singer in the USO who risks her life to entertain American troops overseas during World War II, Devotedly, Sincerely Yours: The Story of the USO is an energetic, patriotic and nostalgic salute to soldiers past and present. Inspired by an eight-page letter written by a real-life USO starlet, the show dives headfirst into 1940s Americana—big band standards, jitterbug, tap dancing—with unwavering charm and historical curiosity.

Lindsey Hope Pearlman

These performances are part of the By Local Series and are supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. | 215.898.3900 27

THEATRE/DANCE THE BEARDED LADIES Marlene & the Machine: A German Expressionist Cabaret Friday, February 7 at 7:30 PM Saturday, February 8 at 7:30 PM A “wildly entertaining� (Philadelphia Inquirer) experimental group bent on inciting a cabaret revolution, The Bearded Ladies tackle the politics of popular culture, sex, gender and artistic invention with wit and sparkle, as well as over-the-top costumes, drag, pitch-perfect songs and virtuosic prop construction. Marlene & The Machine combines the music of Marlene Dietrich and Lotte Lenya with the visual language of German Expressionism to create a shadowy world that blurs the lines between human, music and machine.

Kate Raines

These performances are part of the By Local Series and are supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.


Helmed by MOMIX alumnus and “the city’s most exciting choreographer” (Philadelphia Weekly) Brian Sanders, experimental dance-theatre company JUNK takes the Annenberg Center stage spinning a wintery tale complete with holiday “suites” sure to have every member of the family grinning and full of cheer. “Accessible, technically flawless, and thrilling comic dance” (Dance Magazine), Sanders’ style of inventive, off-the-wall choreography with found objects and discarded debris gives way to the troupe’s name, JUNK. Expect the unexpected in this exhilarating holiday feast of creativity and strength. These performances are part of the By Local Series and are supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

Steve Belkowitz

Wednesday, December 4 at 7:30 PM Thursday, December 5 at 7:30 PM Friday, December 6 at 7:30 PM Saturday, December 7 at 2 PM & 7:30 PM Sunday, December 8 at 2 PM Thursday, December 12 at 7:30 PM Friday, December 13 at 7:30 PM Saturday, December 14 at 2 PM & 7:30 PM Sunday, December 15 at 2 PM | 215.898.3900 29

30TH ANNIVERSARY Save the date! The 30th Anniversary Philadelphia International Children’s Festival will be May 1-3, 2014. Enjoy family-friendly music, theatre and dance performances, as well as a host of fun and interactive activities in the FUN ZONE on the Outdoor Plaza including crafts, face painting, jugglers and more! For more information and to purchase tickets call 215.746.7997 or email Rusty Kennedy

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