Photo by Lynn Lane

NobleMotion Dance sails into its 11th season with Man Overboard!, an evening of dance that will examine unintended consequences. Whether it be political polarization, environmental issues, or the inundation of artificial intelligence, Man Overboard! asks, “Where do we draw the line?”

In Prometheus, NobleMotion enters unknown territory as it collaborates with A.I. in this groundbreaking exploration of man vs. machine. The political satire, I approve this message, is set in the Renaissance era and offers a witty and subversive look at the indulgence of power. And back by popular demand, both Unsinkable and Tower return to the stage offering dances with large rocking ships and 33 dancers in rain.

As always, NobleMotion delivers raw  physicality and visually alluring worlds. 

NobleMotion Dance sails into its 11th season with Man Overboard!, an evening of dance that will examine unintended consequences. Whether it be political polarization, environmental issues, or the inundation of artificial intelligence, Man Overboard! asks, “Where do we draw the line?”

In Prometheus, NobleMotion enters unknown territory as it collaborates with A.I. in this groundbreaking exploration of man vs. machine. The political satire, I approve this message, is set in the Renaissance era and offers a witty and subversive look at the indulgence of power. And back by popular demand, both Unsinkable and Tower return to the stage offering dances with large rocking ships and 33 dancers in rain.

As always, NobleMotion delivers raw  physicality and visually alluring worlds. 

NobleMotion Dance sails into its 11th season with Man Overboard!, an evening of dance that will examine unintended consequences. Whether it be political polarization, environmental issues, or the inundation of artificial intelligence, Man Overboard! asks, “Where do we draw the line?”

In Prometheus, NobleMotion enters unknown territory as it collaborates with A.I. in this groundbreaking exploration of man vs. machine. The political satire, I approve this message, is set in the Renaissance era and offers a witty and subversive look at the indulgence of power. And back by popular demand, both Unsinkable and Tower return to the stage offering dances with large rocking ships and 33 dancers in rain.

As always, NobleMotion delivers raw  physicality and visually alluring worlds. 

WHEN

WHERE

Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
800 Bagby St.
Houston, TX 77002
http://noblemotiondance.com/

TICKET INFO

$20-$40
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