Society for the Performing Arts presents Pilobolus

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Pilobolus, the dance theatre troupe known for its performances that are part dance, part mime and part sculpture and filled with humor, athleticism and theatricality, returns to Houston.

The program will include [esc], a new premier work featuring escape artistry inspired by Houdini and created with American illusionists Penn and Teller; Rushes, a collaboration with Israeli choreographers Inbal Pinto and Avshalom Pollak that depicts an isolated community of broken dreams; The Transformation, an excerpt from the company's full-length work Shadowland that features a young woman as she is transformed before audiences' eyes; Ocellus, a classic Pilobolus work with four male company members; and Licks, which features 12 ropes and six dancers and choreography that is wild, rowdy, dangerous, sexy and absurd.



Jones Hall
615 Louisiana St.
Houston, TX 77002


$23 - $68
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