Marina Show of "Ocean" and "Falling..." Presented by SpectorDance & NOT MAN APART
Two Companies - One Location
SpectorDance Company from Marina, CA
Not Man Apart Physical Theater Company from Los Angeles, CA
May 3 & 4 @ 7:30 P.M.
3343 Paul Davis Drive
General Admission - $30
Children under 12 and seniors - $20
Packages - 5 tickets for $100 (purchased at same time before May 1)
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Enjoy a large two bedroom that can sleep up to six. Room comes with a fully equipped kitchen, washer and dryer, and maid service twice a day. Parking for one car will be free; a second car is $45 per night. There will be a light buffet daily that will be served in the 12h floor Lounge. A Health club is available with all the latest equipment except a steam room and hot tub. A 19th century architectural gem is your personal urban oasis. Friday and Saturday nights excluded.
Raffle Tickets are $20 each or 6 for $100. Raffle tickets can be purchased here with performance tickets or at the door on May 3 & 4. Raffle winner will be drawn at SpectorDance on May 4, 2013. Need not to be present to win.
About Not Man Apart Physical Theater Company: Not Man Apart Physical Theater Company is a daring dance company that utilizes physicality and emotion to tell their story. The featured work, "Falling" is an original movement work about love and loss, using dance to tell personal and found stories of difficult breakups and beautiful encounters in relationship. www.notmanapart.com
Ocean is a collaboration between SpectorDance and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute. Ocean brings together artists, scientists, educators, and presenters to expand perspectives, stimulate discussion, and contribute original solutions to the challenges facing one of the Earth's most valuable natural resources. Ocean is available for booking as an educational program and live performance piece. Contact Heather Kirk at email@example.com for more information on how to bring Ocean to your school or community. Check out Ocean on our website to find out more.
Featured Work Ocean, a multidisciplinary performance piece blending live interviews with leading ocean scientists, HD underwater footage, original music and dance. Themes explored include the impact of human activity on the ocean, acidification, extinction of species, the food web, storm patterns and options for the future. (35-minutes)
Out of the Blue, a playful multidisciplinary work about the diversity of ocean life, invites young dancers to participate in the Ocean program to heighten awareness of the responsibility we share to keep the ocean healthy and beautiful. (10-minutes)
Choreography Fran Spector Atkins; Media Integration William Roden; Music Colin Farish; Scientific Consultation: Kyra Schlining; Dancers Maria Basile, Vicky Alverez, Joshua Lau, Lilly Nyguen; Interviewees : Dr Sylvia Earle (National Geographic Explorer, author), Dr. Peter Brewer (Nobel Prize-winning Chemical Oceanographer at MBARI), Dr. James Barry (Benthic Biologist at MBARI), Dr. Kenneth Coale (Chemical Oceanographer and former Director of Moss Landing Marine Labs), Erin Loury (Moss Landing Marine Labs graduate student), Dr. James Lindholm (Division of Science and Environmental Policy at California State University, Monterey Bay), and Kip Evans and Chuck Davis (ocean photographers).
Ocean is funded by Nancy Buck Ransom Foundation, Community Foundation for Monterey County, National Endowment for the Arts, Monterey Peninsula Foundation, Turner Foundation, Arts Council for Monterey County, Chapman Foundation, Harden Foundation, Rosemary Luke, Carmel-by-the-Sea Rotary Club, Monterey County Weekly Fund, Barnet J. Segal Charitable Trust, Dunspaugh-Dalton Foundation, Bruno & Christiane Boesch, Pebble Beach Company Foundation, Target, Amy Anderson & George Somero, Hal & Jacque Eastman, Lenore & Dale Meyer, Rita & Luis Echenique Charitable Foundation, Ann & Norman Bikales, Charles Schwab, Yellow Brick Road.
3343 Paul Davis Drive
Marina, CA 93933
|Minimum Age: 5|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|