Turn Turn Turn
Celebrating Pete Seeger in Dance & Music
See A Glimpse of the Show
We are celebrating Pete’s 100th Birthday this year. Mark your calendars for May 5th, 2019, at the Bardavon Opera House in Poughkeepsie, NY.
This Performance is available for booking
About this Production
Turn Turn Turn is comprised of more than 20 of Pete’s beloved songs, from children’s tunes to activist anthems, including We Shall Overcome, Big Muddy, Wimoweh, Where Have All the Flowers Gone, and of course, Turn Turn Turn.
The show includes a variety of dance styles, from clogging to swing and Zulu gumboot dancing, and uses historical photos and recordings to take viewers on a journey through American history. Audiences leave the theater humming Pete’s timeless songs, moved by his enduring message, and inspired to make our world a better place.
Turn Turn Turn Galleries
Lois Greenfield Photo shoot 2017
Darial Sneed / Downtown Dance Festival 2013
A Note From The Company
Pete stood for people of every race, color, age, and gender. He worked tirelessly to fight climate change and raise awareness about the environment. He believed that the only way to create change was through love, and art, and understanding. Song by song, he whittled away hatred and intolerance, and showed people the powerful, lasting, and positive effect that music, dance, and celebration can have on a society. We stand with Pete, and we will honor his vision towards peace with every step we take and song we sing.
--The Vanaver Caravan