Rush to the Arts
  • Rush Tickets are available one-hour prior to each performance to college students and teachers (K-12) with a valid school ID (2 tickets per ID) for $10/ea
  • To purchase tickets, you must appear in person at the box office location listed for each performance. Tickets cannot be purchased/reserved by phone or online.
  • First come, first served until tickets are gone.
HERE'S WHAT'S COMING NEXT!

The Center for Contemporary Dance proudly presents its Sixteenth Annual Season of Dance!

Featuring new and repertory works that celebrate the cultural and artistic diversity of our community, the 2017-2018 Season of Dance includes world-class performances that attract more than 8,000 audience members from five Central Florida counties, with an additional 3.2 million viewers reached through televised performances.

From epic performances celebrating the diversity of our community to intimate new works by award-winning choreographers, the 2017-2018 Season of Dance has something for everyone.  Check back often–performances by resident artists, independent choreographers and pre-professionals are added across the season.

Come, celebrate a new Season of Dance!

Order tickets online by clicking the show image, or call the box office at (407) 695-8366 to order tickets by phone.

Resident Artist Coby Project explores personal interpretations of sensory input at a variety of performance installations while challenging the audience to shift and share their own experiences. Featuring live music by Tom Infande and artwork by Franklin Reyes and Nico Lucido. This event includes flashing and moving lights/images. It is also recommended that guests bring their own pair of headphones and device with a prepared playlist that is at least 15-20 minutes in length to experience some performances.

8:00 p.m. Saturday, May 5, 2018
The Orange Studio
1121 N. Mills Ave
Orlando, FL 32803

$10 General Admission
Resident Amanda Cox and her dancers present 'Forgotten Memoirs' at the Orlando Fringe Festival. Through spicy movement and light-hearted sarcasm, dancers share personal experiences while maneuvering through the stages of life. Celebrating vulnerably, personal urges and human connection, 'Forgotten Memoirs' creates safe space to share and reflect.

This performance contains mature themes not appropriate for guests under age 18.

May 18-27 (times vary)
The Venue
511 Virginia Drive
Orlando, FL 32803

$10 General Admission with Fringe Button
Conceived by Artistic Director Dario J. Moore and co-choreographed by Director of Education Ingrid F. Lozano, 'Primordia: The Watchkeeper' is an original fairy tale told through classical ballet and modern dance. The full-length contemporary ballet follows the time-traveling Princess Primordia from birth to adulthood as she amplifies her power to restore her kingdom and protect its people from a wrathful sibling.

7:00 p.m. Sunday May 27, 2018
Trinity Preparatory School, 5700 Trinity Prep Lane, Winter Park, FL 32792

$12 (online); $15 (at the door)
$25 VIP premium reserved seating
A collection of new, experimental and repertory works is presented by the organization’s resident dance companies and advanced pre-professional student choreographers. Also included are works developed over the course of the School’s Summer Intensive Program. An open dialogue with the choreographers follows the performance.

7:00 p.m. Saturday, August 11 and 3:00 p.m. Sunday, August 12, 2018
The Center for Contemporary Dance, 3580 Aloma Avenue #7, Winter Park, FL 32792

$12 (online); $15 (at the door)