Performing Arts Season 2023–24
Experience the uniquely transformative power of live performance. Exploring Black American dance, healing, community, and a range of urgent topics seen through the lens of acclaimed global artists, the Walker’s Performing Arts season returns with a mix of genre-defying theater, music, and dance.
Zorn @ 70: On the Stage
DIANNE McINTYRE Group: In the Same Tongue
An Evening with Arooj Aftab, Vijay Iyer, & Shahzad Ismaily Trio: Love in Exile
Nacera Belaza: L’Onde
Trajal Harrell: The Köln Concert
Choreographers’ Evening 2023, Curated by Darrius Strong
Sandbox Percussion: Seven Pillars by Andy Akiho
Beth Gill: Nail Biter
Ligia Lewis: A Plot/A Scandal
Aya Ogawa: The Nosebleed
Big Dance Theater, The Mood Room
Honor, an Artist Lecture by Suzanne Bocanegra starring Lili Taylor
Tomeka Reid Stringtet
Avant Joik: Katarina Barruk, Maja Solveig Kjelstrup Ratkje, and Matti Aikio
Shamel Pitts | TRIBE: BLACK HOLE – Trilogy And Triathlon
Damon Locks’s Black Monument Ensemble
Abby Z and the New Utility: Radioactive Practice
The Walker Art Center’s Performing Arts programs are made possible by generous support from the Doris Duke Foundation through the Doris Duke Performing Arts Fund, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Performing Arts programs and commissions at the Walker are generously supported by members of the Producers’ Council; Nor Hall and Roger Hale; King’s Fountain/Barbara Watson Pillsbury; Sarah Lutman and Rob Rudolph; Emily Maltz; Leni and David Moore, Jr./The David and Leni Moore Family Foundation; Jon Oulman; Therese Sexe and David Hage; and Mike and Elizabeth Sweeney.