Library at the End of the World by 11: Dance Co






December 5 – 20, 2015 at CoHo Theater



Tickets at

General Admission: $25

VIP: $55 (reserved seating)

Group (3+): $20

Live Stream: $5





Thurs (7PM): 10th, 17th

Sat (7PM): 5th, 12th, 19th

*Sun (1PM): 6th, 13th, 20th

*Director’s Cut with three additional pieces



Under the artistic direction of Bb DeLano, “Library At The End Of The World” is a retrospective on humanity set in a fictional library that exists at the end of time. Each dance piece in the show explores either social or relational commentary on the human experience. The “Library” concept gives choreographers the ability to “author” relevant and meaningful stories with the intention of getting the audience to reflect, question and examine what’s being presented.

This is 11: Dance Co’s second full length show and features 13 choreographic world premieres from:

Sarah Touslee (Artistic Director of Back Bone Dance Co. – Boulder, CO)
Toogie Barcelo (Artistic Director of Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre – LA)
Lashaun Price (Artistic Director of Next – LA)
Ching Ching Wong (Northwest Dance Project)
Bb DeLano (Artistic Director of 11: Dance Co)
and a host of phenomenal newcomers like Paula Metzler, Kiel Moton and Isiah Munoz.

11: Dance Co tasked set designer Zach Marsh to create a fully immersive experience that take audiences into his vision of the dystopian, repository that is the Library At The End Of The World. The show will have 8 live engagements at CoHo, a 99 seat black box theater and will be available for live stream to over 150 countries. Tickets are on sale now.

11: Dance Co
Challenging Perception.

Based in Portland, OR, 11: Dance Co is a patchwork of different ethnicities, backgrounds, shapes, and orientations. Founded by Bb DeLano and Huy Pham, the company debuted in 2014 to sold out houses, glowing reviews, and won Best Fall Show by Willamette Week. Their work invites dancers to take ownership of their humanity as it is; a beautiful mess of quirks, character flaws, and mistakes. The goal is to empower audiences to do the same. They are the first Neo-Fusion company; a new choreographic style that blends the street and classical worlds of dance.

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