Triangle of the Squinches, a collaboration with Mickey Hart and architect Christopher Haas, explores the inner and outer space of the body.
Triangle of the Squinches
Alonzo King’s Scheherazade reimagines and translates ancient Persian, Sanskrit and Arabic stories into a thrilling display of contemporary ballet.
Interpreting 1001 Nights, Alonzo King works his usual magic with highly fluid and energetic movements with the addition of Middle Eastern dance elements and non-Western forms.
The exquisite dancers of LINES Ballet complete Alonzo King’s vision, set to a score by composer Zakir Hussain, who used Rimsky-Korsakov’s iconic 1888 score—the basis for the opulent 1910 ballet by Michel Fokine and the Ballets Russes—as the starting point.
(Choreographer), Zakir Hussain, (Director)