Praised by audiences and critics alike, choreographer Stephen Petronio is widely regarded as one of the leading dance-makers of his generation. New music, visual art and fashion collide in his dances, producing powerfully modern landscapes for the senses. Like Lazarus Did is an evening-length work inspired by the mythology of resurrection featuring ideas of transcendence, elevation and regeneration, recurring themes that stretch from early pagan culture to contemporary times. Exploring notions of transformation and rebirth, the performance features Petronio’s rich, kinetic movement language and an original electro-acoustic score that draws from a range of spiritual music and texts, from early American slave songs to the meditative drones of Eastern mysticism. Collaborators include composer Son Lux, renowned visual artist Janine Antoni, costume designer H. Petal and longtime lighting designer Ken Tabachnick.