An evening of contemporary dance works performed company Curet Performance Project, reflecting the now.
What Works? Is an evening exploring, identity, politics, and notions of freedom and resilience through contemporary dance. Back for their fourth season and return to Triskelion Arts, Curet Performance Project seeks to impose upon the daring question, what more can dance offer?
In collaboration with Israel musician Idan Morim, in brand new work Americana, choreographer Megan Curet teases through the current notions inflicting American society. Through her choreographic practice, Curet investigates what represents the now of American-ness?
Also revisiting the companies third season work, UnDoing, originally set for the gallery and museum, Curet premiers the work on the medias response to the Israeli and Palestinian conflict, this time on stage.
Join the company for an evening of provocative choreography as they question What Works?
Triskelion Arts' Muriel Schulman Theater (View)
106 Calyer Street
Brooklyn, NY 11222
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