Season 2022 - 2023

Artistic Director, Mark Foehringer is thrilled to announce San Jose Dance Theatre’s 2022 – 2023 season – “Relaunch”. After a year away from live performance, the company is ready to relaunch and support the San Jose community once more.

After a successful year of digital productions, the company will embark on its second year with excitement and a truly groundbreaking season. Our new Artistic Director, Mark Foehringer, is bringing exciting changes and new energy to SJDT. Mark’s vision is to bring together artists and audiences, teachers and students, other organizations and communities in creative practices dedicated to opportunity, inclusion and collaboration in dance. Now as we see the tail end of last year’s crisis, we are excited to launch our 2022- 2023 season, which will be our biggest year yet.

A Sudden Gust of Wind and other works
San Jose Dance Theatre

October 7 & 8, 2022 at the Hammer Theatre Center

This mixed repertoire program features a world premiere work suggested by writings from Elizabeth Kubler- Ross called “5 Stages of Grief” It explores the impacts of sudden change in a life’s trajectory. Set to a combined score by Ernest Bloch, Arvo Pärt, John Ades, Debussy and others. “Things coming together and then falling apart. Then coming together again and falling apart again. It’s just like that. The healing comes from letting there be room for all of this to happen: room for grief, for relief, for misery, for joy and to remember” Foehringer quotes.

Also on the program are two other works from Foehringer’s repertoire. Concerto Grosso set to music by Ernest Bloch and a murder mystery spoof called Rhapsodia to Rachmaninoff’s Theme of Paganini.

Ticketing FAQ’s and Policy

COVID PROTOCOLS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE according to Public Health Orders or as required by event producers.

Current COVID protocols in effect (as of June 23, 2022):
• Face Masks are HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for all patrons
• Proof of vaccination will NOT be required

Other COVID safety precautions: Please stay home if you don’t feel well and cannot attribute symptoms to another known cause, such as allergies or a pre-existing condition. We are happy to exchange or refund your tickets due to illness.

All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter the theatre. San Jose Dance Theatre Maintains affordable ticketing for all patrons and only offers discounted tickets for Students and Children for special events such as the Nutcracker’s student show. For more information on this performance or other special events please subscribe to our newsletter to be updated on these activities.

All seating is organized through the theatre. San Jose Dance Theatre has no control over where you are seated. All subscription tickets are allocated on a best available basis. Social distancing may be in effect and could alter seating locations

There are no refunds unless a performance is cancelled or rescheduled.

You can change you booking at anytime by emailing [email protected] Tickets are non-transferable.