“There is no more defiant a land that I can think of than AXIS.
They showed me what dance could be.”
– Bill T Jones, Choreographer/MacArthur Fellow
Now Booking: 2024 – 2026
For over 35 years, AXIS has toured innovative productions with high-profile choreographers that redefine dance and disability across the country and world. Past presenters include the Joyce Theater, Jacob’s Pillow, Wallis Center for the Performing Arts and the Dubai World Expo 2020.
AXIS is developing several exciting new commissions that will be available to tour from Fall 2024 – 2026. Stay tuned to learn more.
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Alongside our artistic offerings, we offer comprehensive engagement programming for disabled and non-disabled community members of all ages and experience levels.
Piel De Luna
From AXIS Artistic Director Nadia Adame, Piel de Luna draws inspiration from the mystical energy of the moon, exploring how its gravitational pull not only affects the tides but also weaves invisible threads connecting the human spirit. The piece unfolds in a series of interconnected duets, trios, and quartets symbolizing the gravitational forces that pull individuals together.
Photo by David DeSilva
Harmony of Souls
Harmony of Souls is a duet dance performance from Dazaun Soleyn that delves into the profound connections between the dancer’s inner self and their interconnectedness with others. This duet combines the art of dance, music, and visual storytelling to reflect the beauty of our interconnected world and the exploration of one’s inner self. The piece seeks to inspire the audience to reflect on their own connections with the world, with others, and with themselves. Photo by David DeSilva
Choreographed by award-winning Spanish Choreographer Asun Noales, Desiderata explores the idea of desire as something universal and intimate at the same time. Epiphany of the being that looks, listens, vibrates and touches another body. Universe that is revealed by discovering the other.
Running Time: Approx. 26 minutes.
Photo by Leopoldo Smith
“Like much that is surprising in art … AXIS’s work instructs the viewer in how to appreciate it, and the lesson is delivered with cogent force: Sympathy is irrelevant. Forget what isn’t here, and pay attention to what is.”Bruce Weber, New York Times