Xenos, Akram Khan's final full-length solo, is an ode to the soldiers of World War I. Photo by Nicol Vizioli, Courtesy Sadler's Wells
We might have gotten a little bit carried away with this year's "Season Preview"—but with the 2018–19 season packing so many buzzy shows, how could we not? Here are over two dozen tours, premieres and revivals that have us drooling.
Laure Prouvost's From the Sky at Danspace Project. Photo by Ian Douglas, courtesy Prouvost, Galerie Nathalie Obadia and carlier | gebauer
Turner Prize–winning installation artist Laure Prouvost's work is predicated on the notion that it is incomplete without the viewer; her environments meld fiction and reality as they lure the spectator into participation. They Are Waiting for You, commissioned as part of her ongoing immersive exhibition at the Walker Art Center, is her first major work for the stage. Prouvost has recruited choreographer Pierre Droulers, multidisciplinary artist Sam Belinfante and a small Minnesota-based choir to join her for what is sure to be a bizarrely charming multimedia performance. Feb. 9–10. walkerart.org.