“The Basquiat of the US contemporary dance scene” (Sunday Times), Rennie Harris thrilled audiences with the UK premiere of Exodus at Sadler’s Wells in 2015. For his latest work created on the company, Harris uses his hip hop language to delve into the life of its founder, set to an eclectic score that encompasses original music, Nina Simone and the voice of Ailey himself.
“The cool confidence of the style has a spiritual force that’s uplifting”
NEW YORK TIMES on Lazarus
Elevating the Archive as a site of activism, resistance and decolonisation, we reflect on the 2020 vision and…