Mark your calendars because GATTO NERO is back!|
On September 20, 2020, Alice and her collaborators invite you to their third annual fundraiser to celebrate and support MALACARNE's next season. After a full year of national touring, boat-residencies, and prom-dress dances, MALACARNE is bringing you another year packed with dance, art, and most importantly, pure magic.
Delight in a late-night cabaret featuring performances by marvelous local artists, a silent auction, snacks, cocktails, raise the paddle, dancing and live music.
Look out for featured performances by MALACARNE+Alia Swersky+Noelle Price+Meredith Pellon+Maya Tacon+Fox Whitney and Gender Tender+Amy J Lambert+Bitch Hazel+BEACONETTES!!
Everything we raise will go toward MALACARNE and collaborators as they embark on their second season as a company. We are so excited to share more with you about this upcoming year and welcome you to support and participate in making this magic possible.
Come out! Get your tickets! And well see you on the dance floor.
Looking forward to seeing you on September 20th!
During Mussolini's fascist regime, the term Malacarne was a derogative assigned mostly to women who did not conform to the fascist ideal of the exemplary wife and mother. Whose conduct, exuberance, or emotions threatened the ideologies upon which fascist power resides. Women whose physical body was determined inadequate to uphold fascist assertions of Italian biological superiority. These Malacarne were institutionalized by the state and often placed in solitary confinement. We are MALACARNE
About Alice Gosti
Alice Gosti is an Italian-American choreographer, hybrid performance artist, curator, DJ
and architect of experiences, working between Seattle and Europe since 2008.
Gosti's work has been recognized with numerous awards, commissions and residencies
including being a recipient of the 2012 Vilcek Creative Promise in Dance Award, the
2012 danceWEB scholarship, Velocity's 2015 Made in Seattle Program, New England Foundation for the Arts National Dance project for production and touring and 2017 Artist
Trust Fellowship. Gosti's work has been commissioned and presented nationally and
Internationally in universities, theaters, museums and galleries.
Dance Magazine has described Gosti's work as "unruly yet rigorous, feminine yet
rebellious, task-like yet mischievous."
|Sunday Apr 19, 2020 7:45 PM - Sunday Apr 19, 2020 11:45 PM | $40.00 - $500.00
Columbia City Theatre (View)
4916 Rainier Ave S
Seattle, WA 98118
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|