Fall for Dance Festival: LDP-Laboratory Dance Project “No Comment”

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Fall for Dance Festival: LDP-Laboratory Dance Project “No Comment”

Thursday–Saturday, October 11–13, 8PM

New York City Center (131 W 55th St., NYC)

 

The ninth annual ‘Fall for Dance Festival’ includes some of the most groundbreaking and breathtaking dance in the world today. At this festival, LDP-Laboratory Dance Project of Korea will be performing ‘No comment’ choreographed by Changho Shin and featuring all eight performers. Audiences will experience LDP’s work that is universal in style, a little bit street, very smart, totally unpredictable, extremely likeable, and fun.

All Tickets: $15. Tickets go on sale on Sunday, September 9 at 11AM. For more information, please contact New York City Center CityTix® 212-581-1212.

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