The Peter London Global Dance Company will present its 12th annual season presentation, Edge of Tomorrow, on December 28-31 at the Adrienne Arsht Center, Carnival Studio Theater.

The iconic company’s 12th annual season will prove to be radical and voluptuously intoxicating, with hard-cut, mesmerizing, divine bodies executing virtuosic techniques with unapologetic depth and passion.

Edge of Tomorrow is an electrifying and high-octane dance event not to be missed. The dynamic production represents the diversity of South Florida in three world premieres choreographed by international talent. The company’s season premiere, Combinaison, is a collaboration choreographed by hip-hop artist David Milome from Martinique. London’s choreographed work includes Lunar Landing and Children of the Underground, a theatrical explosion of contemporary Afro-Caribbean dance and music from Africa.


  • “CURRENT”– Choreography by Justin Rapaport. Performed by Clinton Harris (December 28 and December 30) and Camilo Tora (December 29 and December 31). “Solar” and “Strata” by Zake. Text by Alan Watts.
  • “AS AN OFFERING” – Choreography by Jamar Roberts(former principal dancer and resident choreographer with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater) with world premiere score by Etienne Charles (international jazz trumpeter, composer and founder of the jazz band Creole SOUL). Commissioned by the Arsht Center.
  • “DEEPLY ROOTED” – Performed by Lloyd Knight(principal dancer with the Martha Graham Dance Company) with world premiere of “GREEN THUMB” by Etienne Charles.
  • “IN SOLIDARITY”– Choreographed and performed by Richard Villaverde.


  • “COMBINASION”– Music and choreography by David Milome (international hip-hop artist from Martinique).
  • “LUNAR LANDING”– Choreography by Peter London.
  • “CHILDREN OF THE UNDERGROUND” – Choreography by Peter London.

Rated as one of “Miami’s top 10 dance companies” (The Miami Times), with an exciting and growing new-millennium repertory performed by the finest trained dancers in contemporary, classical and Afro-diaspora techniques. Tickets are available at