Why See Pilobolus Dance Theater?
Icons of contemporary dance
Pilobolus is a modern performance company, founded in 1971, that even today wears its revolutionary stripes on its sleeves.
In keeping with its fundamentally collective creative process, Pilobolus Dance Theatre now curates and convenes groups of diverse artists including the MIT Distributed Robotics Laboratory, Art Spiegelman, OK Go, Radiolab, and many others to make inventive, athletic, witty, collaborative performance works on stage and screen using the human body as a medium for expression.
What you thought
4 reviews, average rating: (1.4 Stars)
To begin, I have seen the Pilobolus piece 'Shadowland' Twice. I loved... more
1/3 of the show was on video. If I knew this in advance, I would not have... more
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