What does it mean to be patriotic? Whom does patriotism serve? In the hands of choreographer Bill T. Jones, dance becomes an extraordinary tool for probing life's big questions. Blind Date asks hard, sensitive and often subtle questions about honor, sacrifice, duty and loyalty in a world threatened by nationalistic fervor and spiritual righteousness. Last seen in Festival 2000, the company continues to be one of the most intriguing in the world of contemporary dance. With a constantly shifting set, mesmerizing video imagery and music ranging from Bach to Otis Redding, Blind Date is a highly expressive multimedia work. In this provocative "collision of feelings" (The Washington Post), opposing forces clash with one another as the young, intense and daring dancers create a tantalizing visual and theatrical landscape.