Michelle Ellsworth

Michelle Ellsworth

You’ve never seen anything quite like this! Experience one of the world’s most creative multi-media dance artists who The New York Times said “churns out surprises, from coin-operated choreography to implausible science experiments.” Recognized with a Guggenheim Fellowship, Ellsworth combines movement with science, architecture and humanities for a mind blowing multi-media presentation.

This is a free virtual event, but registration is required in order to receive the link to watch. It will also be available on the Lied Center's Facebook page and the Lied At Home Roku channel.

This presentation is made possible in part with generous support from the Lied Center’s Dance Circle: Priscilla C. Grew, Brent & Robin Korte and Steve Wake. 

Note: This event may contain adult content and language.

Join us on the stream after the performance for a discussion and Q&A session with Michelle Ellsworth, Susan Ourada, Associate Professor and Director of Dance Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and Jesse Fleming, Assistant Professor of Emerging Media Arts and Founding Director of the Perceptual Technologies Lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Ellsworth, Ourada, and Fleming will discuss the performance, Ellsworth’s work and creative process, and take questions from the virtual audience.

Lied Center for Performing Arts


This webcast can be viewed at: www.liedcenter.org/live.

Registering for a FREE TICKET ensures you get access to program books, performance reminders, and additional content.

If you have a Roku device, most free Lied Center webcasts can be viewed by adding our channel to your Roku: “The Lied At Home”.


There are many other ways to connect your device to your TV, but it can vary depending on the device and TV you are using.

Here are some tips we’ve found helpful to get things connected for most patrons:

You can stream the performances on your computer, laptop, phone, tablet – any device with an internet connection!

Watch on your TV by connecting it to your MAC or PC with an HDMI cable or other streaming device.

• HDMI from Mac, PC, tablet or smartphone to TV – many desktop and laptop MACs and PCs have an HDMI port that you can connect to your TV directly for audio and video. If your device doesn’t have an HDMI port, you can buy the appropriate adaptor that connects an HDMI cable to the TV. 

• AppleTV – “Airplay” from iOS devices or “Mirror” from your MAC browser.

• ChromeCast – “Cast” from the Google Chrome browser on your PC or MAC, or from your iPad or iPhone.

• SmartTVs – If you have a Roku device, we recommending downloading the Lied Center’s Roku app (information above). Otherwise, you can find information on mirroring to your TV at these links – FireOS – RokuTV – AndroidTV

We recommend testing these options well in advance of the event you’d like to watch so that you ready when the event begins! 

Enjoy the show!


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