Saturday, October 15, 2022 at 7:30pm

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A rebellious dance company since 1971, Pilobolus has tested the limits of human physicality to explore the beauty and power of connected bodies for 50 years. For this 50th anniversary celebration, Pilobolus questions its own “givens,” turns its traditions sideways, and brings its past into the future. The celebration includes signature works from vintage classic to their trend setting innovative work in shadow.    

The company continues to propel the seeds of expression via human movement to every corner of the world, growing and changing each year while reaching new audiences and exploring new visual and physical planes. They bring decades of expertise telling stories through the power of nonverbal communication. Their work has been seen on Broadway, the Oscars and the Olympic games, having created over 120 original dance works over the years. 

Pilobolus has been featured on CBS This Morning, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, NBC’s TODAY Show, MTV’s Video Music Awards, The Harry Connick Show, ABC’s The Chew, and the CW Network’s Penn & Teller: Fool Us. Pilobolus has been recognized with many prestigious honors, including a TED Fellowship, a 2012 Grammy® Award Nomination, a Primetime Emmy® Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cultural Programming, and several Cannes Lion Awards at the International Festival of Creativity. In 2015, Pilobolus was named one of Dance Heritage Coalition’s “Irreplaceable Dance Treasures”.  Pilobolus has collaborated with more than 75 brands and organizations in finance, retail, media, fashion, sports, and more to create bespoke performances for television, film, and live events. 

Please note, some works will include partial nudity. Contact the box office with questions or concerns.


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This program is made possible in part by:

The Denver PostNational Endowment for the Arts