Petronio Valentine Dances

January 26, 2021 @ 12:52PM — February 15, 2021 @ 12:52PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

A link to a private dance video & video note from Stephen Petronio for that special someone or secret crush!

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Tell someone you love them with dance

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.

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It's okay if you can't dance. Let Petronio do it for you. This Valentine's Day, tell someone you love them with a private link to one of Petronio's works of love.

Missing that special someone? Send them "Are You Lonesome Tonight"

Want to tell them how much you care? Send "Love Me Tender"

Video links come with a message from Stephen Petronio to your desired recipient. Orders must be placed by February 12 at midnight. More information about video options are below.

ABOUT THE WORKS

ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT (2020) REHEARSAL VERSION: Conceived and choreographed by Stephen Petronio during the Covid-19 pandemic and set to the homonymous song. A duet between Ryan Pliss and Mac Twining, two Petronio dancers, that explores longing and intimacy when human connection is of utmost importance. This duet was captured while in rehearsal in residence in December 2020 at the Petronio Residency Center by Dancing Camera, Nic Petry.

ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT (2020) FILM VERSION: Conceived and choreographed by Stephen Petronio during the Covid-19 pandemic and set to the homonymous song. A duet between Lloyd Knight (Martha Graham dancer) and Nicholas Sciscione (Petronio dancer) that explores longing and intimacy when human connection is of utmost importance. This film was co-directed by Stephen Petronio and Blake Martin and was captured at the Petronio Residency Center.

LOVE ME TENDER (1993): Petronio's iconic choreography from 1993 restaged in rehearsal with Nicholas Sciscione, Stephen's assistant and longtime Company dancer. This solo was captured while in residence in December 2020 at the Petronio Residency Center by Dancing Camera, Nic Petry.