Performance Santa Fe presents BODYTRAFFIC!

Los Angeles-based BODYTRAFFICfounded in 2007 by acclaimed dancers Lillian Barbeito, who grew up in Santa Fe, and Tina Finkelman—is “one of the most talked-about young dance companies, not just in L.A. but nationwide” (Los Angeles Times). Over the past decade, the eight-member ensemble has developed a reputation for “bringing vivid theatricality to a range of provocative works commissioned from some of today’s most dynamic choreographers” (Boston Globe) thanks to its thrilling performances at high-profile venues and festivals, including the American Dance Festival, Jacob’s Pillow, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall amongst others. 
Named one of “25 to Watch” by Dance Magazine“Best of Culture” by the Los Angeles Times, and “the company of the future” by the Joyce Theater Foundation, BODYTRAFFIC is a must-see ensemble for both new audiences and longtime dance aficionados.

As part of our 2018-19 education programs, Performance Santa Fe is pleased to offer a special matinee performance by BODYTRAFFIC for 5th and 6h graders at the Lensic Performing Arts Center as well as a master class with the ensemble for intermediate and advanced dance students at NDI New Mexico.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019 | 7:30 pm
Lensic Performing Arts Center
211 W San Francisco St, Santa Fe, NM
Tickets: $29-$110; students and teachers receive a 50% discount
Order by phone: 505 984 8759 or 505 988 1234

Program includes selections from:
Matthew Neenan: A Million Voices
Joshua L. Peugh: A Trick of the Light
Sidra Bell: Beyond the Edge of the Frame
Hofesh Shechter: Dust
Arthur Pita: Death Defying Dances
Stijn Celis: Fragile Dwellings
Barak Marshall: And at Midnight, the Green Bride Floated Through the Village Square…
Kyle Abraham: Kollide
Richard Siegal: 02Joy
Victor Quijada: Once Again, Before You Go
Anton Lachky: Private Games: Chapter One

For interviews and photos, please contact Lily Carbone: or 505 984 8759



Performance Santa Fe presents world-class music, dance, and theatre, and provides excellent performing arts education for our community. For more information, visit or call (505) 984-8759.