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Emerging and established choreographers of all dance forms showcasing short new work.
At a moment in history when almost anything can be summoned on demand through the shiny bright rectangle in your pocket, many human experiences are lost. This troubling new development is the reason you must pay a visit to Dr. Mira. Experience crucial moments of reckoning with the future while a dancer posing as a doctor provides maximum cathartic release for you and one hundred of your newest best friends, aka your fellow audience members. No humans will be harmed in the making of this art.
After a sold-out run at the 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival, the New York run of Veronika Gribanova's Lover Lover will be presented with an expanded script, a new director, Derek Nicoletto, and a New York cast.
A lesbian and a straight guy walk into a bar…sounds like a joke, but Lover Lover is a story about heartbreak, identity, sexuality, polyamory, and about the limitations and possibilities of love. It is the story of two lovers that have never met...until tonight. Full of surprises, this site-specific piece is an intimate conversation between strangers in a public space. It unfolds in real time, with the audience seated around this intimate conversation and within the mind of their lover, Ana, who is trying to piece it all together.
A series of new choreography that features all male dancers. Curated by Doug Post.
Choreographer Stefanie Nelson presents the NYC premiere of her work A My Name Is..., an exploration of memory and forgetting inspired by the choreographer's personal encounter with a family member's dementia. Employing a cast of four dancers and a multidisciplinary team of international collaborators, the work focuses on the phenomenon of gravity (both physical and metaphoric) as well as repetition and disappearance. Nelson builds a gestural vocabulary for the piece the same way as one's language skills develop and disintegrate over time and uses it to reflect upon memory and forgetting, aging and loss. The special adviser for the project is David Shenk, a bestselling author of The Forgetting: Alzheimer's: Portrait of an Epidemic. Developed in residency in Italy, the work features stop-motion video by Elisa D'Amico (Italy), original music by composers Sahand Rahbar (Iran/Canada) and Jonah Kreitner (U.S.), with set and light design by Solomon Weisbard (U.S.).