Supernova at The Hobby Center
NMD’s Supernova promises to have massive appeal! Make your way to The Hobby Center on August 26 & 27, 7:30 PM for a great evening of dance. The evening’s bill includes excerpts from one of NobleMotion’s most popular shows “Spitting Ether” with haunting imagery and inventive technology/set design sure to trigger the senses. The center piece of the evening will be Supernova, a dance for 28 that will grow in size until it reaches its maximum brightness and speed!
NMD on Tour
Hot off the Press: NobleMotion Dance will be returning to Dallas DanceFest in early September with “Quietly on my father’s back,” a touching duet between Tristin Ferguson and Jesus Acosta. NMD is happy to share Houston Dance with Dallas audiences for a second year in a row.
In late September, NMD will also be joining in the festivities of the 17th annual Bailando Dance Festival through performances and master classes. Come see NMD in action in Dallas or Corpus Christi!
RDT Commissions New Work
Exciting News! After winning the REGALIA choreographer competition from last season, Andy Noble will return to his alma mater Repertory Dance Theater of Utah in September to set a new dance technology work on the company.
The new work will premiere in RDT’s ELAN on September 20 – October 1. Read more here!
A Must See: Back by popular demand in NMD’s Supernova
Photo by Lynn Lane; Lighting by David J Deveau
“Houston’s Best Dance Company”
Houston Press names Noblemotion Dance “Houston’s Best Dance Company.”
Artistic Directors collaborate with Academy Award Winner John Ridley to create 4 minute dance for Emmy Award winning ABC TV show American Crime.
NMD’s annual Summer Intensive offers a week of training for professional and pre-professional dancers.
Next Step Series
A mentoring program for emerging choreographers.
Master Class Series
Are you near the Houston area? NMD offers masterclasses.
NMD is a member of the Texas Touring Roster and is available for booking.
NobleMotion Dance named "Best Dance Company"Houston Press
“An audacious single-take capture of a modern dance performance, a beautifully performed thing unto itself that sensually expressed themes of community and divisiveness, exposure and hiddenness, relational violence and fraught intimacy, alienation and loneliness.”Jeff Jensen, Entertainment Weekly Review of American Crime
“Nobles’ work had so many intricacies and illusions that were very pleasing to watch, that I could not help but muse over how it all came together.”Tara Sheena, Dance Informa Review