BoSoma Dance Company's

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90-minute show with intermission

Suitable for all ages.


  • Sat., March 26 | 8:00 PM

  • Sun., March 27 | 2:00 PM


Tickets:  $15 to $30


Highlighting the power, passion, and versatility of the dancers, BoSoma Dance Company’s Spring Show 2022 will feature new work, as well as classic repertory, brought back to life: 


Artistic Director and Choreographer Katherine Hooper's The Pursuit (2014) is about the work/life balance and the juggle of finding one's purpose within the hustle of building a career, job security and family. 


One of BSD's signature works, Parachute, is a powerful display of explosive movement, spatial design, and 'skirtography'. Dressed in the exquisite costuming by Gloucester-based designer Jen Greeke, dancers grace the stage with a newly crafted opening section. 


The newest work commissioned by cancer survivor Rose Flynn to create about her battle and recovery features company dancers Stephanie Boisvert and Courtney Costa. This piece, about a personal journey through a difficult time and the rise out of the darkest days, will offer a moment of intimate contemplation. 


To round out the evening of dance, BDC will perform Lindsey Leduc's energetically charged Lost it to Trying and Hooper's, Reflection, set to the classics of artist Billy Joel, evoking nostalgic memories for all who experience the journey. 


Don't miss out on the opportunity to celebrate live dance coming back to the historic Larcom Theatre stage!

Photography by Howard Kong

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For nearly 20 years, critically acclaimed dancer, choreographer and educator Katherine Hooper has made an indelible mark on the lives of her students, her dancers, and her community. As artistic director of BoSoma Dance Company and owner of the BoSoma School of Dance in Hamilton and Georgetown, MA, her mission has always been clear: to provide a positive, inspiring environment where students, performers, and the audience are free to explore dance as a vehicle to learn more about the world around them, to explore their own identity and to approach life, music or art in a different way.