Pilobolus is celebrating 50 years of wit, passion, and stunning physical acumen. Join us in a performance of classic repertoire such as Megawatt, and breathtaking new dances that surprise and inspire.
The show will feature one new piece created and performed by Waterbury students from ASAP!'s Community Dance Project. The afternoon will be a delightful experience for all ages.
Pilobolus, founded in 1971, has built its fervent and expanding international following by showing the human body to be the most expressive, universal, and magical of media. Pilobolus maintains its own singular style, evolving interplay with shape shifting, shadow play and other explorations, while actively collaborating with the best and brightest minds from all conceivable professions the world over. The results of these collaborations has proven amazing feats can be achieved, and Pilobolus has been recognized for its developments in dance and multimedia art.
Based in Washington Depot, Connecticut, in recent years Pilobolus has transformed from avant-garde dance company into an international entertainment brand featured on the likes of Oprah, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and the Academy Awards. The company has explored worlds as disparate as advertising, publishing, film, and music videos (Pilobolus was nominated for a 2012 Grammy Award for the video for OK Go’s “All Is Not Lost”). Pilobolus achieves all this without ever losing sight of their core mission: to make art that builds community.
This is the rescheduled date of the postponed January 2022 engagement. All previously purchased tickets to this presentation through the Palace Theater will be honored on this new date. If there is a conflict with this new date, the Box Office will be happy to address any issues.