Wendy Osserman Dance Company
Osserman finds cosmic implications in personal experience. The Village Voice.
This premiere is choreographed by Wendy Osserman in collaboration with five superb dancers.
Osserman confuses the personal with the political as she conveys her struggle to comprehend current events and history with drama and humor.
Unusual contributions by composer, musician and musical instrument creator, Skip La Plante, will again delight the dancers and the audience. Udjat, a trio from 1985, concludes the program with a darkness that is both powerful and compelling Attitude: The Dance Magazine.
Udjat is the Egyptian hieroglyph of the Sacred Eye, a symbol of completeness, of things made more precious having been restored. Ossermans work has been described as provocative precisely because it feels like a new amalgam of some indefinable kindThere is a kind of magic, a sense of being taken to a place you might never visit again. The New York Times
*Approximately 70 minutes, No intermission
Theater for the New City (Johnson Theater) (View)
155 1st Avenue
New York, NY 10003
|Minimum Age: 7|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|