Dance Theatre of Harlem
50th Anniversary Tour
Rescheduled dates: October 23 & 24, 2020 at 8pm
Diana Wortham Theatre
Dance Theatre of Harlem's website
Ticket holders for the original May 5 & 6, 2020 performances: See below for your options.
Born in 1968 at the height of the civil rights movement, the Dance Theatre of Harlem conveys a message of empowerment for all through the arts. Its founders, Karel Shook and Arthur Mitchell — the latter of whom made history in 1955 as the first black principal dancer in New York City Ballet, believe that the most impactful art is born in moments of extreme injustice and frustration. Now a singular presence in the ballet world, the 17-member, multi-ethnic company celebrates half a century of dance, performing forward-thinking, impassioned repertoire that celebrates African American culture through the language of ballet. Through moving performances, community engagement and arts education, the Dance Theatre of Harlem presents a powerful vision for ballet in the 21st century.
Connect with Dance Theatre of Harlem, the company’s work, and other patrons at insightful pre-show discussions starting at 7pm. Tina McGuire Theatre.
If you had already purchased tickets for the original May 5 & 6, 2020 performances:
1. Do nothing. Your tickets will be automatically transferred to the new dates.
Tickets for Tuesday, May 5 —> New date: Friday, October 23
Tickets for Wednesday, May 6 —> New date: Saturday, October 24
If you are holding tickets to the Tuesday, May 5 performance, your tickets will automatically be transferred to the Friday, October 23, 2020 performance. If you are holding tickets to the Wednesday, May 6 performance, your tickets will automatically be transferred to the Saturday, October 24, 2020 performance. Tickets can be exchanged between both new dates, based on availability. Exchanging show dates must be confirmed through the box office: email@example.com or 828-257-4530.
2. Can't make the rescheduled dates? No problem. Convert your tickets into a credit to be used for another performance in the future (good for 12 months).
3. Transform your tickets into a donation to the Wortham Center.
4. Request a refund.
Ticketing Policies: If you would like to request a refund for tickets for a rescheduled event, the refund request must be processed by our box office by May 30th, 2020. After that date, our standard ticket policy for Wortham Center Presents events will go back into effect. Our standard ticketing policy: No later than 48 hours before show time, you may exchange your tickets for another event in the Wortham Center Presents Season; turn your tickets in for account credit to be used toward another Wortham Center Presents event; or donate your tickets to the Wortham Center.