Rebecca Serrell Cyr: ASSEMBLAGE
Bessie-winner Rebecca Serrell Cyr will present a new evening-length work weaving together previous dance investigations, each concerned with improvisation within pre-fabricated constructs, the phenomenology of performance, and the idea of wilderness within the human realm.
"I do not want to impress meaning upon the viewer with force, but rather create a space of free association viewing. Experience yourself. It is not necessary to repeat my own ideas back to me." -Rebecca Serrell Cyr
Rebecca Serrell Cyr is a New York-based dancer, performer, choreographer, and educator. She received the 2014 Bessie Award for Outstanding Individual Performance for her work with Donna Uchizono and was nominated in 2011 for her work with RoseAnne Spradlin. She has also appeared in the works of Jeremy Nelson, Amanda Loulaki, Anna Sperber, Osmany Tellez and many other artists. Her works and those made in collaboration with her sister, Lise Serrell, have been shown at the Kitchen, Dance Theater Workshop's Fresh Tracks, Danspace Project's Food for Thought, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Dixon Place, Judson Church, Catch, and Aunts.
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