Lincoln Center’s annual White Light Festival, integrating performances from around the world in a cross-cultural extravaganza, will play October 16–November 18.
The festival will include performances of Waiting for Godot from Ireland’s Druid Theatre Company, directed by Tony-winning director Garry Hynes—the first female to win a Tony Award for direction of a play.
Belgian choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui brings Sutra to the stage, featuring martial arts from China's Shaolin monks. Hip-hop, contemporary dance, and aerial work combine in the presentation of Borderline by Company Wang Ramirez. The U.S. premiere of Blak Whyte Gray, a mix of hip-hop and African-inspired movement, makes its way from across the pond to the Lincoln Center stage, as well as the U.S. premiere of Kaija Saariaho's chamber opera Only the Sound Remains, directed by Peter Sellars and starring Philippe Jaroussky and Davóne Tines.
For a complete list of Festival offerings, visit WhiteLightFestival.org.