Here are your opportunities to enjoy some of the best dance on the planet right in your backyard!

6/18-19:  7 pm at Reynold Industries Theater:

man jumping, man standing behind him

Ronald K Brown/EVIDENCE. Photo credit: Ellen Crane Photography

 Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE

Upside Down, Open Door, The Equality of Night and Day (TEND), All I Do

“…magnificently textured style, which shifts from earthy, raw-powered movement to jumps that send dancers sailing into the air like spirits.”
– The New York Times

Community members will perform in All I Do. Join us after the Wednesday performance for a Cast Party at JB Duke Hotel.

6/20 – 22: 7:30 pm – von der Heyden Studio Theater




Baye & Asa

two men reaching for each other

Baye & Asa. Photo Credit: Edwina Hayt


“Baye and Asa’s 4/2/3 is a cathartic and visceral experience like none other. It must be seen.”
– Mikhail Baryshnikov

ADF alumni Amadi Washington and Sam Pratt are returning to ADF with 4/2/3 which focuses on the generational impacts of climate change using the “Riddle of the Sphinx” as a symbolic structure.




6/23: 7:30 pm at Reynolds Industries Theater

3 dancers in the air

Doug Varone and Dancers. Photo credit: Erin Baiano

Doug Varone and Dancers

To My Arms/Restore

“If this work and these dancers can’t move you, I don’t know what would.”
– Dance Magazine

To My Arms/Restore is a new two-part work embodying Doug Varone’s decades-long choreographic fascination with the profoundly emotional and the immensely physical.






Plus Made in NC: Masterclass with Iyun Ashani Harrison on Sunday, 11 am–12:30 pm at ADF’s Scripps Studios

A Juneteenth Celebration: Art, History, and Empowering Our Voices on Wednesday, June 19, 6 pm
NorthStar Church of the Arts Find out more!

ADF School alum Kayla Farrish is making her ADF choreographic debut on June 25 with her newest work Put Away the Fire, dear. Find out more! *limited space, please register – Mettlesome Theater, Saturday, June 22, 1 pm