Henry and Edward
The Grandel in the Grand Center Arts District

Dance St. Louis kicks off its 2018-19 season with an arousing presentation of Wewolf, the LA-based company of award-winning international artists James Gregg and RubberLegz (aka Rauf Yasit).

Internationally renowned for their captivating work on stage and in video, TV and film, the dancer-choreographers fuse together their extensive backgrounds in hip-hop, threading, breakdancing, contortion and contemporary dance to create a stunning, unique choreographic language.

Body-bending hip-hop fusion. It’s dance like you’ve never seen before!

Henry and Edward
Dance St. Louis audiences will be the first in North America to experience Wewolf’s wondrous new work Henry and Edward—an abstract representation of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

The work explores the connection of two bodies forming one soul and the discussion between two entities inside one being. It’s the battle of the euphoric high and how to maintain that sensation, and the battle within oneself and the voice of the alter ego.

Don’t miss this thought-provoking work that highlights the artists’ dramatic technique and blended dance forms.

Tickets are $40, $35, $30, and currently on sale through MetroTix.