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Reynolds Industries Theater

  • 125 Science Dr, Duke University West Campus
  • Duke University West Campus
  • Durham, NC 27708
  • Primary: (919) 684-4444
  • Fax: (919) 660-1729
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609-seat theater in the Bryan Center on Duke’s West Campus. Hosts mostly university events, music concerts, and dance recitals, as well as lectures and readings. Call or visit website for ticket information.

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  • Miles To Convention Center: 2.60
  • Miles to RDU Airport: 16.7
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  • Theatre Capacity: 609
  • Classroom Capacity: 0
  • Sleeping Rooms: 0
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Hillel Kogan

We Love Arabs is the comical story of a Jewish choreographer and an Arab dancer who want to create a show that carries a message of coexistence and peace, a successful endeavor that demolishes the …


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Claire Porter & Sara Juli

The duo, first paired by ADF in 2015, Claire Porter & Sara Juli present their latest ADF-commissioned collaboration, The Lectern. Living according to rules is the demand on all of us. We are …


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Bill Young/Colleen Thomas & Co and Natalie Marrone & The Dance Cure

Bill Young/Colleen Thomas & Co. revive Young’s 30 year-old Interleaving, a piece combining four separate dances, For Wall Unfolding (an all female quintet), Double Bill (a trio), and two …


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Beth Gill

Known for her exacting rigor and mesmerizing precision, “Bessie” award–winner Beth Gill makes choreography that is spare yet playful, stark yet beautiful. In Brand New Sidewalk, …


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Pilobolus

Festival favorite Pilobolus returns! On the Nature of Things explores the birth of desire and its intertwined connection to shame and revenge. Rushes was the first of Pilobolus’s International …


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Sean Dorsey Dance

The Missing Generation is a dance-theater work that gives voice to longtime survivors of the early AIDS epidemic. This powerful show is a love letter to a forgotten generation of …


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dendy/donovan projects

The ADF-commissioned Elvis Everywhere is dendy/donovan projects’ latest work. “America is Elvis Presley–the most beautiful, talented, rebellious nation in the history of Earth. And …


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Kidd Pivot and Electric Company Theatre

Created by Crystal Pite and Jonathon Young, Betroffenheit evokes the state of shock and bewilderment that is all encompassing in the wake of a disaster. Touching on themes of loss, trauma, a…


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ADF Faculty Conceret

Each year, ADF’s internationally renowned faculty share their explosive talent, skill, and creativity with over 400 students. The faculty will present a concert of their own choreography, …


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Roy Assaf and Ate9 Dance Company

Roy Assaf’s all male trio, The Hill, which won first prize in the 27th International Competition For Choreographers in Hanover, Germany, is based on the Hebrew song Givat …


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ADF Footprints

Footprints delivers an outstanding presentation of three ADF-commissioned world premieres and two reconstructions by groundbreaking artists, performed with impeccable technique and infectious energy …


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Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company

Bill T. Jones with Associate Artistic Director, Janet Wong, and his company, developed three evening-length works titled Analogy: A Trilogy. The complete trilogy, performed for the first time at A…


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World Dance Premiere - "Portrait"

Gaspard & Dancers celebrate their 8th season at Duke.


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