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Split Bill - November
Triskelion Arts' Aldous Theater
Brooklyn, NY
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Split Bill - November
Triskelion Arts presents Split Bill in the Aldous Theater this November 2014. Participating artists include: seymour//dancecollective, Julia Jurgilewicz, The People Movers, and BARKIN/SELISSEN PROJECT.

SCHEDULE

Thursday, November 20:
seymour//dancecollective
Julia Jurgilewicz for RedCurrant Collective

Friday, November 21:
seymour//dancecollective
The People Movers

Saturday, November 22:
Barkin/Selissen Project
The People Movers

Sunday, November 23:
Barkin/Selissen Project
Julia Jurgilewicz for RedCurrant Collective

ABOUT THE WORK

seymour//dancecollective premieres Median, a work about race in a "post-racial" society. Using Al Young's poem A Dance for Militant Dilettantes and Ralph Ellison's novel Invisible Man as an entry point, the piece takes a raw approach to format, where text, music, and movement are all on equal footings of expression and precedent. The collective lays bare the central ideas and challenges for the audience to draw their own conclusions from our explorations/expositions.

Julia Jurgilewicz, in partnership with RedCurrant Collective, premieres her first full-length work, Dust, a mythical quintet for five women. The piece explores the convergence of her two passions: dance and fantasy fiction novels by using movement, in the format of a novel, to tell a story. Armed with sophisticated technical vocabulary, character commitment through gesture, a flair for understatement, and strong group dynamics, it aims to ignite an audience's imagination.

The People Movers premiere And He Saw That It Was Good, with music composed by Sontag Shogun. The piece takes its inspiration from Jose Saramago's novel Cain, as well as excerpts from the bible and modern-day stories about faith. It examines the idea that tests of faith are the supreme indicator of one's character and the basis upon which one is judged and then punished or rewarded.

BARKIN/SELISSEN PROJECT presents Skyfire, a collaborative event inspired by impressions of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy, featuring choreography by Kyla Barkin and Aaron Selissen. Crafted to travel through a surreal rendering of space and time, this abstraction draws upon universal ideas and images surrounding love, betrayal, labor, and the pure joy of existence, set to an original score by James Guastaferro and Zac Selissen.

Location

Triskelion Arts' Aldous Theater
118 N. 11 Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11249
United States

Categories

Arts > Dance

Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!

Contact

Owner: Triskelion Arts
On BPT Since: Feb 22, 2011
 
Becky Radway, Operations Manager
www.triskelionarts.org


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