DECEMBER 12-14 /

NWDP Winter Wonders

A holiday season favorite perfect for the entire family at Lincoln Performance Hall, Portland State University. Revel in new works conceived and crafted by NW Dance Project’s own talented company dancers, and as a special bonus, Resident Choreographer Ihsan Rustem will contribute a delightful new gem.


FEBRUARY 15-16 /

NWDP in Schweinfurt, Germany

NW Dance Project brings three of its iconic works to Schweinfurt: Wen Wei Wang's You Are All I See, Sarah Slipper's MemoryHouse, and Ihsan Rustem's Le Fil Rouge.

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APRIL 23-25 /

NWDP The Rite of Spring (World Premiere) + Woolf Papers

Resident Choreographer Ihsan Rustem takes on Stravinsky’s acclaimed and iconic score, The Rite of Spring, considered the most renowned composition of the 20th century and described as having “the effect of an explosion that so scattered the elements of musical language that they could never again be put together as before.”

Inspired by Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway, Artistic Director Sarah Slipper’s Woolf Papers is inspired reinvention of the classic novel is a testament to the power and glory of dance — provocative, theatrical, and deeply moving.

Join NWDP for these two extraordinary works at Portland's Newmark Theater.


JUNE 11-13 /

NWDP Summer Premieres

Experience a captivating evening of new dance at Lincoln Performance Hall, Portland State University. Two fresh creative voices will be introduced to Portland audiences — Amos Ben-Tal, an Israeli choreographer and musician based in The Netherlands; as well as choreographer, artist, and poet Serge Bennathan, who has made an indelible mark on the Canadian dance scene.




(NW Dance Project, Robert Moses' Kin, Stanford University, Katharine Hawthorne, and other events.)


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