Live stream by Nel Shelby Productions
Tune in on Fri., September 11, 7:55AM
This year, the performance features both live and virtual elements.
We encourage you Enjoy the Digital Experience by Joining us at 7:55AM via Livestream.
COVID-19 restrictions prohibit spectators from gathering on the Plaza during the live performance. The live performance adheres to all CDC and NYS guidelines of social distancing and face coverings for outdoor gatherings.
Buglisi Dance Theatre and Lincoln Center present
in partnership with DanceNYC
Table of Silence Project 9/11
…a reimagined performance ritual for global unity and peace honoring all those whose lives are touched by the current crises our world is facing today…
Friday, September 11, 2020, 7:55am
Josie Robertson Plaza, Lincoln Center, NYC
Conceived and choreographed by Jacqulyn Buglisi
Music Direction/Violin: Daniel Bernard Roumain
Poet, Spoken Word: Marc Bamuthi Joseph
Bell Master, Terese Capucilli
Table of Silence Project Photo by Paul B. Goode
Table of Silence Project Meditation Variation weekly on Sundays at Noon
tune in at 11:50am for a Live Chat
Buglisi Dance Theatre and the world community of Table of Silence Project dance artists invite you to a Call to Action during these unprecedented times. Participate with us in a virtual worldwide meditation variation with breath and the repetition of the twelve gestures. Together, we create a powerful movement mantra connecting humanity and manifesting a universal vibration of healing for global unity and peace.
26th Anniversary NYC Season
Ode to the Planet and Humanity
Tues.-Thurs., December 10 (6-7pm); December 11, 12 (7:30pm)
Performance Tickets: online at buglisi.eventbrite.com
Patron Reception 12/11 at 6:30: Click Here for Tickets
The Ailey Citigroup Theater, 405 West 55th Street
Info: 212-719-3301 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Moss Anthology: Variation#5 Photo by Steven Pisano
BDT on Tour presented by Bodiography
Feb. 7-8, 2020
Byham Theater, Pittsburgh, PA
Summer Streets Dance Festival
Sat., August 3, 2019, 12:00pm
Astor Place (btwn Lafayette & Broadway)
Free, outdoor performance open to all
Blakeley White-McGuire in Speak Memory,
Photo by Paul B. Goode
Fini Dance Festival Gala
Thurs., August 15, 2019, 8:00PM
Ailey Citigroup Theater
BDT performs Requiem in honor of costume designer A. Christina Giannini's Lifetime Achievement Award
Ashley Merker in Requiem, Photo by Jaqi Medlock
Moss#5 Variation Photo by Paul B. Goode (2018)
SAVE THE DATE
June 11-16, 2019
Women Create! A Festival of Dance
New York Live Arts
BDT performs on June 11, 14, 15, 16
Bryant Park Presents Contemporary Dance
UNUM Photo by SJR Photography (2018)
Buglisi Dance Theatre at APAP
See an excerpt of UNUM, Buglisi Dance Theatre's newest work at
Peridance APAP Showcase, Program A.
When: Sat., January 5th, 8:30pm & Sun., January 6th, 4:30pm
Where: Peridance, Salvatore Capezio Theater, 126 East 13th Street
Choreographed by Virginie Mécène, UNUM, a trio for 3 men, explores the idea that mankind comes from the same source of energy. UNUM (one in Latin) is a collaboration between Mécène and composer Jacopo Baboni Schilingi that utilizes groundbreaking medical technology to measure the breath. The dancer’s breath is translated into sound as they move through the choreography. Unconsciously, we are One.
November BDT Residency Tour at Kaatsbaan
November 25th-December 2nd, 2018
Outreach and Performance December 1, 2018
BDT Repertoire and favorites
Moss#5 Variation Photo by Terri Gold (2018)
Kickoff to 25th Anniversary Season
Performances May 1-2, 2018, 7:00pm
Gala Reception on May 2
Ailey Citigroup Theater, 405 West 55th Street, NYC
Performance Tickets: Ticket Central 212-279-4200 or Online
Gala Tickets: Click for Tickets and Information
212-719-3301 or email@example.com
Threshold: Photo by Terri Gold | Dancers Virginie Mécène and Kevin Predmore
January 4-21, 2018
Creative Residency & Performances,
University of California, Santa Barbara
BDT performs “Requiem”, Santa Barbara Dance Theater, Hatlen Theater (1/17-21). Tickets.
Commission: “Moss 3 Variations: Dialogues on What Makes us Human” on UCSB Dance Company.
Spring Concert Premiere: April 13-15 at the Hatlen Theater
European Tour: April 21, May 3, 4, 5, 2018.
Requiem Photo by Kristin Lodoen Linder | Dancers: Terese Capucilli and Miki Orihara
2017 Victory Dance
The Duke on 42nd Street
July 10-21: 10 education performances
July 13 and 20, 7pm: 2 public performances
Tickets at 646-223-3010 or NewVictory.org
Prelude Photo by Paul B. Goode | Dancer Ari Mayzick
May 8-24, 2016
Table of Silence Project Residency at the University of California, Santa Barbara
Mon., May 23rd, 12noon-1pm: Livestream
Photo (c) Paul B. Goode
"We have achieved this awe inspiring Ritual Performance because of the ardent commitment, love, positive energy, and generosity of spirit you brought each day, and I embrace all of you for your unwavering belief in peace through art.
I hope you will continue to be a part of the Table of Silence and join us for future workshops and performances.
Touching the earth… from the sole of our foot to the soul of the earth… One step at a time, we shall change the world…"
With loving gratitude, xxoo Jacqulyn
(bridging the Ancient and the Contemporary)
P.S.: Please send us testimonials from your family and friends or from yourselves as artists that we might continue to share this project. Join us for our holiday workshops and performances upcoming…
June 7-9, 2016
Tues., 6/7 @ 8pm | Wed.-Thurs., 6/8-9 @7:30pm
Box Office: 800-838-3006 x 1
Opening Night Celebration
Honoring Associate Founder Terese Capucilli
Guest Artist Blakeley White-McGuire performs Martha Graham’s
Tues., June 7th | Performance 8:00pm | 9:30 pm Champagne Gala
Photo (c) Kristin Lodoen Linder
Jacqulyn Buglisi's Suspended Women
with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center
June 12 & 19, 2015, New York, NY
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Photo (c) Paul Kolnick
Buglisi…works in images that seduce the eye as much as the imagination… a rarity in today’s world…Probably no woman, other than Graham, has plumbed such emotional depths choreographically.
Visually stunning…motions of romance, fleeting and passionate...
The New York Times