RE|dance group's The Mysterious Disappearance Of The Second Youngest Sister
The Mysterious Disappearance Of The Second Youngest Sister delves into the construction of the artistic mind by exploring the intertwined relationship of three characters caught within one young female writer's reality and creative imagination. Using RE|dance group's unique flair for the dramatic, the evening length work creates a claustrophobic room filled with stacks of books that the dancers navigate as they strive for power and control. The costumes and set decor hint at the Victorian era where romance and imagination govern the mind of a young woman. The dance is driven by images of sight, desire, and curiosity, creating a non-linear narrative which draws the audience into the dancers' world, allowing for relationships to unfold.
RE|dance group members Daiva Bhandari, Stacy DeMorrow, Michael Estanich, and Lucy Riner are featured in this intensely dramatic, physical, and daring work.
Original costume design by Mary Yaw and reimagined by Elaine Hlavach and Jeff Hancock
Set Decor by Michael Estanich
Lighting Design by Sarah Lackner
Hamlin Park Fieldhouse (View)
3035 N Hoyne Ave
Chicago, IL 60618
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|