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Presidential Lecture & Performance Series

Pilobolus Dance Theatre

Tuesday, March 2, 2010 | 8:00 pm

TTU Allen Theatre

  • $12 General Admission
  • TTU Students - 1 free ticket with valid ID at the SUB ticket booth
  • Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at TTU Members - $10.00 general admission ticket with valid ID at the Select-A-Seat Civic Center office or SUB ticket booth
  • Select-A-Seat: (806) 770-2000

"Pilobolus is a mind-blowing troupe of wildly creative and physically daring dancers who leap, fly, intertwine and break all the rules... Audiences should expect the unexpected with Pilobolus."
- NYC Newsday

About Pilobolus

Pilobolus began, in 1971, as an outsider dance company, and quickly became renowned the world over for its imaginative and athletic exploration of creative collaboration. Nearly 40 years later, it has evolved into a pioneering American arts organization of the 21st century. Pilobolus Dance Theatre is the umbrella for a series of radically innovative and globally acclaimed concert dance companies, becoming an institution and a genre unto itself in the world of American dance theater.

Pilobolus is based in Washington Depot, Connecticut, and performs for stage and television audiences all over the world. Pilobolus works appear in the repertories of major dance companies-the Joffrey, Feld, Ohio, Arizona, and Aspen/Santa Fe Ballets in the U.S., the Ballet National de Nancy et de Lorraine and the Ballet du Rhin in France, and Italy's Verona Ballet. In June 2000, Pilobolus received the Samuel H. Scripps American Dance Festival Award for lifetime achievement in choreography. The company has also been featured, with great popularity, on broadcast media: in 2004, CBS' 60 Minutes; in 2007, The Academy Awards, hosted by Ellen Degeneres, and shortly thereafter, The Oprah Winfrey Show; and, most recently, on the Late Show with Conan O'Brien.

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Parking Arrangements
We greatly appreciate University Parking Services for their consideration of our patrons in agreeing to provide complimentary parking preceding our events. Parking lots that are available for complimentary use are R11 - the Band lot, R07 - the Administration Building lot, and R13 - the Visitor lot. Please refer to the map for parking lot locations. Please note that parking in handicap, service and reserved spaces until 11:00 pm is prohibited without a valid TTU parking or handicap permit.

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