May 4, 2013
07:30 PM


Creating zany moving shapes, Pilobolus opens their world of movement to the audience. Known for their unique style involving the entanglement and contortions of bodies, dancers are often seen as being able to defy the laws of gravity. Pilobolus demystifies their process of improvisation, creativity and collaboration in this truly laugh-out-loud experience. Pilobolus will stretch one’s definition of modern dance through their highly athletic and inventive performances, giving audiences a brief glimpse into the idea that movement is everywhere and is an important part of everyday life. 

Seen on Oprah, Conan O’Brien and the Oscars, Pilobolus is now in its 41st year! A performance not to be missed!


Tickets start at $35


View map Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
345 Washington St.
St. Paul, MN

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