LEVITATE by Starr Foster Dance Project
After 10 sold out performances of its premiere in 2014, Starr Foster Dance Project is excited to announce the encore performance of LEVITATE January 14th and 15th 2017. Reviewed as the most engaging site-specific dance performance RVA has seen in over a decade (RVA Magazine), this physically charged and enchanting evening-length dance work, choreographed by Artistic Director Starrene Foster, will be presented at The Basement for 4 performances only. Set to an original, intoxicating score by Joey Luck, LEVITATE expresses a captivating inquiry about spiritual and intangible connections and how our present relationships affect our ultimate journey.
Performances will take place Saturday, January 14th at 7pm and 9pm and Sunday, January 15th at 3pm and 5pm at The Basement at TheatreLab, 300 East Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23219.
Admission is $15
Saturday 7pm and Sunday 5pm: Jordan Livermon Glunt, Angela Palmisano, Heather Rhea and Ryan Davis
Saturday 9pm and Sunday 3pm: Kate Neal, Erick Hooten, Brittany Diaz Judge and Caitlin Cunningham
STARR FOSTER DANCE PROJECT is a critically acclaimed modern dance company which calls Richmond, Virginia its home and tours nationally throughout the year. Artistic Director Starrene Foster has received numerous awards for her teaching and choreography and feels strongly about creating work that embraces the human spirit. As a performing company, their mission is to provide a positive experience for the audience by creating and presenting emotionally intoxicating and physically charged works with themes based on human nature.
A Richmond native, STARRENE FOSTER, is a performer, dance educator and the Artistic Director of Starr Foster Dance Project. Starrene Foster is the recipient of the Theresa Pollak Award for Artistic Excellence and has been featured on the PBS broadcast Virginia Currents. Foster was also awarded Richmonds Most Prestigious 25 Arts Innovators, The Top 40 under 40 and is the beneficiary of the 2003 VCU Star Alumni Award where she is presently in her seventeenth year as an adjunct faculty member. Starrene has received grants from the Virginia Council for the Arts, and many commissions for new dance works from universities and various dance companies. Starrene teaches throughout the country and her choreography has been presented nationally which include: The Philadelphia Fringe Festival (PA), The Jack Guidone Theatre (DC), SUNY Buffalo (NY), The New World School (FL), Old Dominion University (VA), Cornell University (NY), James Madison University (VA), Dance Charlotte (NC), The Goose Route Dance Festival (WV), the Demetrius Klein Dance Festival (FL), The Richmond Ballet (VA), University of Richmond (VA), Scranton Cultural Arts Center (PA), Baltimore Theatre Project (MD), The Lorton Workhouse (DC), and the Festival of Choreography (NC). In addition to her faculty position at VCU, Starrene is also on faculty at the Richmond Ballet and University of Richmond.
The Basement at TheatreLAB (View)
300 East Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23219
|Minimum Age: 10|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|