Join us for performances, special events and more!
Our next tour stops are Seattle, WA and Urbana, IL, plus we’re celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Dance for PD.
Words, Rock of Ages, Grand Duo
Meany Center for the Performing Arts
Seattle, WA | April 21-23, 2022
Dancing Honeymoon, Jenn and Spencer, Grand Duo, Pepperland
Krannert Center for the Performing Arts
Urbana, IL | April 29-30, 2022
MMDG Making Headlines
Previews and praise for our performance in Charleston, SC
Maura Hogan, dance critic for The Post and Courier in Charleston, SC, interviewed Mark Morris for a preview of our April 11 performance of Pepperland at the Gaillard Center for Performing Arts. She also wrote a review covering the Dance Group’s performance “that succeeded in propelling the crowd to its feet in an onslaught of applause.”
Mark Morris talks improvisation, returning to live performance, and more on the Shadow // Yaddo podcast
Yaddo President, Elaina Richardson hosts Mark Morris and jazz pianist and composer, Fred Hersch, for a conversation among the two virtuosic artists, entitled “Jazz Hands.”
Community Festival: Around the Clock, Around the World
April 29, 9:00 AM ET – April 30, 9:00 AM ET
To celebrate 20 years of innovative community programming, Dance for PD® will host a 24-hour virtual festival featuring classes, panel discussions, and film screenings that highlight the diversity and breadth of our work. Throughout the festival, online cafes will invite our global network to meet and chat in a lively, informal setting. Honoring both Parkinson’s Awareness Month and International Dance Day, this free festival will begin at 9 a.m. ET on April 29.
Be a part of something special.
Get closer to MMDG no matter where you live.
From our friends and neighbors in NYC:
Harlem Stage’s signature dance series E-MOVES returns with performances featuring Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, Du’Bois A’Keen, Sydnie L Mosley, Leslie Cuyjet, and Vinson Fraley.
Irish Arts Center — Mufutau Yusuf: Òwe
April 21-24, 2022
Seen previously in New York at 92Y’s Fridays at Noon series and at La MaMa with Irish Modern Dance Theatre, the thrilling, ascendant contemporary dancer Mufutau Yusuf makes his full-length NYC choreographic debut with the solo performance Òwe.
Meaning “proverb” in the Yoruba language, Òwe uses an electric movement vocabulary of both traditional and modern form to decode the Irish-Nigerian artist’s personal and ancestral identities. Four performances only.