Millepied Premiere in Miami

Premiere from Artistic Director, Benjamin Millepied in Miami at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts on February 16, 2018.

The program will also include works from LADP collaborators Justin Peck  (Murder Ballades) + Noé Soulier (Second Quartet).  Read the preview article with interview from company member Rachelle Rafailedes on MiamiArtZine HERE.

Tickets and more information HERE.

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LADP Open Studios at 2245

Have you been to our new space yet? Want a behind-the-scenes look at our process?

Announcing the LADP Open Studios at 2245, a new program that brings you inside the studio for company rehearsals.  Take a front row seat and observe our dancers, choreographers, and artistic staff as they develop new work and prepare for upcoming tour dates.

LADP Open Studios

January 20, 2018        12:30pm - 2:30pm

February 24, 2018         12:30pm - 2:30pm

March 24, 2018             12:30pm - 2:30pm


Open Studio Series is free and open to the public, however, space is limited!

Please RSVP to to secure your spot.

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Kyle Abraham + LADP

LADP welcomes Kyle Abraham into the studio to begin work on a new piece with the company. Kyle is a renowned choreographer, performer, and Artistic Director of Abraham.In.Motion - among his many accolades he is a 2016 Doris Duke Award recipient, 2013 MacArthur Fellow, 2012 USA Ford Fellow, and Creative Capital grantee.  

Kyle is recently featured among the 2017 OUT 100 - "For Kyle Abraham, the personal is always universal. His work–a synthesis of hip-hop, ballet, and contemporary dance that he calls "postmodern gumbo"–is painfully, blazingly relevant."

Stay tuned for more in-process updates via our social media platforms and look for Kyle soon as a Guest Curator on our IG.

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LADP begins 'Guest Curator Project' with Hans Ulrich Obrist


Hans Ulrich Obrist is an art curator, critic, and historian of art. In addition to being the Artistic Director at the Serpentine Galleries, London, the author of The Interview Project, Co-Editor of the Cashiers d'art revue, and a core member of LUMA Arles - he is LADP's first contributor in our new Guest Curator Project.

As a platform for engaged conversation surrounding art-making, inspiration, and process - LADP's social media will be transformed by a collection of artists and collaborators from around the world.  Using LADP as the conduit for expression, we are interested in a global perspective that connects dance with other art forms, technology, and forward-thinking ideas.

Follow us and stay tuned in to the conversation.

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We're back.

L.A. Dance Project returns to Los Angeles for a weekend of performances and outreach activities at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills.  As the first Company-In-Residence, LADP will be presenting work this fall as well as in the spring of 2018.

This program this weekend will feature 3 works choreographed by Artistic Director, Benjamin Millepied and the US Premiere of Second Quartet, choreographed by Noé Soulier.

For more information and for tickets click HERE.

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Millepied is Challenging the Old Guard...

Benjamin Millepied is Challenging the Old Guard to Modernize Ballet, a brief interview with Takeaway Producer Alexandra Botti on the premiere of I Feel The Earth Move at ABT and what it means to create new work in a time of uncertainty. 

"It does change this idea of ballet as behind this red curtain."

Hear the interview HERE.

From PRI and WNYC

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I Feel The Earth Move - WORLD PREMIERE

American Ballet Theater is entering the realm of pop-up dance. As part of the company’s fall run at the David H. Koch Theater, the choreographer Benjamin Millepied will present not one, but two premieres.

Along with “I Feel the Earth Move,” set to music by Philip Glass and debuting Wednesday, Oct. 25, in the usual place — the theater’s proscenium stage — he will also present “Counterpoint for Philip Johnson.” Performed during intermission on select programs, the dance was created in homage to Philip Johnson, the architect of the building, which opened in 1964. (New York Times)

See the full New York Times article HERE.

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