Light the Way
Performance at The Walters 

Date: Sunday, December 10
Time: 2:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Sculpture Court at The Walters Art Museum

Join the dancers of the Peabody Preparatory on a special gallery walk that showcases movements in unconventional spaces. The dancers will lead small groups of audience members along a journey through the museum, experiencing different sources of light from Daylight to the Northern Lights, as inspiration for the choreography, all set in the gorgeous Walters Art Museum.

Details about the Experience:

For the performance, small groups of audience members will begin their journey at staggered start times. Audience members should reserve tickets for their preferred time slot, and be conscious to use any tickets reserved, as only 10 audience members will be permitted to go through for any given time. Anyone who did not reserve a ticket is not guaranteed entry, as space is limited in some of the performance areas. The last tour will leave at 4:20 pm.

The performance will depart from the Sculpture Garden in the Walters Art Museum and return to the same location. Audience members should plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before their scheduled departure to check-in or may forfeit their spot to anyone on the standby list.

The performance features 5 different dances in separate locations. Audience members should be prepared to stand for the duration of the performance, approximately 30 minutes, and have the ability to climb stairs comfortably. An accessible viewing of the performance is available for patrons who require an elevator, please sign up for the 2:50 pm time slot, if able. If there are other needs, please let us know so that we may best accommodate them.

As part of the experience, dancers may be close to the audience or invite them to participate by holding props in a given scene. We hope you will participate fully and embrace the magic of the gallery walk!

For any questions please contact: [email protected]

Free and open to the public
Light the Way Participation Form

Photography credit: Paul Wegner