Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion: The Watershed

Thursday, February 12, 2015
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm, Royce Hall - Auditorium

Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA

See below for additional information.


Tickets: $19-$69 ($15 UCLA students, $25 UCLA faculty and staff).


Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA
(310) 825-2101


Additional Information

"The Watershed," an all-new evening-length work for nine dancers, is a commanding and provocative cross-cultural exploration of freedom created by Bessie-award winner and 2013 MacArthur Fellow Kyle Abraham.

Featuring Abraham’s signature style of mellifluous fluidity juxtaposed with sharp accents, "The Watershed" follows the universal aspiration toward freedom and simultaneously references emancipation following the Civil War, the political tumult of 1960s, and civil rights challenges of our present day.

The work features arresting scenic design by world-renowned visual artist Glenn Ligon and a score ranging from a contemporary cello suite to the soulful sounds of Otis Redding.

Search by Date

← Prev Week | Next Week →

View: Today | This Week | This Month

Homelessness in L.A has surged 75% in six years. Learn More. 100 Years. Knowledge Solves. UCLA.