MXO ‘The Arts Unplugged’: Live Performance Of Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE Broadcast In Real-Time From The Joyce Theater In NYC!


February 18, 2021 – March 4, 2021

Presented by The Joyce Theater Foundation, Northrop, DANCECleveland, and Cuyahoga Community College.

Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE continues its 35th Anniversary celebration with a special live performance, broadcast in real time, from The Joyce Theater stage in NYC on February 18th at 8 pm EST! After a brief performance hiatus due to Covid-19,the dancers are excited to come together on-stage for this moving performance you won’t want to miss! Reserve your virtual seat in the theater today to see dancers perform once again together on stage.


Virtual Performance Tickets for the live show are $25 and give you access to the real-time performance at 8 pm EST, February 18th, as well as on-demand streaming access until March 4th.

$10 Group Discount Tickets are available for groups of 8 or more by calling DANCECleveland at 216-991-9000 or emailing

Check out the array of free sourrounding activities leading up to the live show listed on our events page here including dance classes and panel discussions and more.

Founded in 1985, the company focuses on the integration of traditional African dance with contemporary and spoken word to provide a unique view of struggles, tragedies, and triumphs of humanity.

For this special online program, the company has assembled a selection of solos and duets from their repertory including the luminous solo from Grace, Brown’s breakout piece performed first by the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater 20 years ago. The program also features Mercy, an ethereal movement meditation that seeks to guide our hearts, set to music by Meshell Ndegeocello; For You, a tribute to the incredible legacy and leadership of the late American Dance Festival co-creator Stephanie Reinhart; She is Here, a celebration of self–determination and perseverance of mothers and teachers who have inspired living with integrity; Palo y Machete, a solo work from One Shot inspired by the life and work of noted photographer Charles “Teenie” Harris who documented black life in Pittsburgh; and March, an extraordinary duet set to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech on the value of a man.

Ronald K. Brown said today, “The dancers and I are grateful for the generosity of The Joyce, Northrop, DANCECleveland, and Tri-C which make this performance possible – safely – during a global pandemic. It is an absolute blessing and true gift for EVIDENCE to share these works with audiences around the world.”

Single Online Performance Ticket- Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE

This ticket will give you access to the Live Streaming Performance of Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE – live from The Joyce Theater in NYC on February 18th at 8pm. You will also receive on demand access to the performance video for two weeks until March 4th.

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