Yale Repertory Theatre and World Performance Project at Yale have announced the 2011-2012 season of No Boundaries: A Series of Global Performances, to take place November 3-March 24.

The season will include the American premiere of Engagement Féminin: An Evening of West African Contemporary Dance, November 3-5, created and performed by Art' Dév/Compagnie Auguste-Bienvenue, based in Burkina Faso, West Africa. Performances will take place at Iseman Theater. Then, Spectral Scriabin, a collaboration between pianist Eteri Andjaparidze and lighting designer Jennifer Tipton, featuring the music of Russian composer Alexander Scriabin, will be presented at University Theatre, February 10 and 11. Closing the season will be Neva, an ensemble theater piece performed by Chile's Teatro en el Blanco, presented March 23 and 24 at Yale Repertory Theatre.

No Boundaries aims to explore the frontiers of theatrical invention through thought-provoking dance, music, and theater. Tearing down cultural, linguistic, and geographic barriers, the programming enhances the educational mission of Yale University through a series of performances by artistic innovators from around the globe.

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