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Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
135 N. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
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Nederlands Dans Theater I
64 ratings
4.9 average rating
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7 reviews
3 stars
attended Mar 23 2011

Amazing and beautiful. NDT absolutely lives up to its reputation for being one of the most innovative and technically impressive companies in the world. Great Goldstar seats too! (Second row, mezzanine.) THANKS!

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attended Mar 23 2011

Sublime. Like the other reviewer I feel fortunate that I was able to attend. Thank you Goldstar.

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2 stars
attended Mar 24 2011

Brilliant choreography. The dancers were exquisite and so limber. Many unexpected twists and directions in the sets and progression of each piece.

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Discover more about Nederlands Dans Theater at their official website

DanceTalks take place one hour prior to curtain for every performance and offer behind-the-scenes insight designed to enhance the audience experience.


Nederlands Dans Theater I (NDT I) is truly European contemporary dance at its finest. Innovative choreography, unique staging and athletic, technical dancers make NDT I an inspiration to many of today’s most noted and celebrated modern choreographers and dance companies.

For their special, two-night engagement in Los Angeles, the company will perform The Second Person, choreographed by Crystal Pite, blending humor and improvisation leading to a breathtaking and surprising final scene. Also on the program is NDT I resident choreographers Paul Lightfoot and Sol León’s Silent Screen, set to the abstract and profoundly emotional music of Philip Glass.