In bermuda Adrienne Truscott, Neal Medlyn, and Carmine Covelli will occupy the interior and exterior of the downstairs theater, courtyard, and street at PS122, developing movement and reasons to move, for themselves and the audience, in spaces that feel, in their liminality, endless in their possibilities and impossible to define. The piece will also investigate why a roomful of husbands watch football in secret storage rooms, surrounded by toasters; what it feels like to live in a camper on the street in NYC; and how to get day laborers to replace 3 American dancers. What is edited out of the dance will be stored at a Brooklyn storage facility for the same month, for the low-price of $79.95.
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