BWDP premieres a to-be-announced Bruce Wood® classic on the Dallas stage. Celebrated choreographer Katarzyna Skarpetowska premieres a new piece created for BWDP’s dancers. Her résumé is impressive—she has made dances for Richmond Ballet, Lar Lubovitch Dance Company, Parsons Dance, Buglisi Dance Theater, Hubbard Street 2, and Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing & Visual Arts, among others. BWDP has had two collaborations with Skarpetowska this year. In March, Skarpetowska came to Dallas and taught a five-day WOOD I WORKS master class. At that time, she set a new work, Gul-e-Dodi (Dark Flower), on BWDP dancers Emily Perry, Mallory Ketch, and Austin Sora. Gul-e-Dodi premiered in Brooklyn at National Sawdust on April 20.BWDP artistic director Kimi Nikaidoh premieres an electrifying, multi-media collaboration with Dallas-based visual artist and AURORA founder Shane Pennington. Nikaidoh and Pennington’s new work, Bloom, focuses on the healing and reclaiming of hope through recovery.