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New Dance Theatre, in a coproduction with Access Theater, makes its New York debut with Asylum, a dance-theater take on the breaking through the barriers of isolation caused by the stigma of mental illness and the power of compassion. An original work devised and choreographed by New Dance Theatre company members.
What is failure, and how do we deal with it — as individuals and as communities? In the new installation-performance Failure, choreographer and visual artist Laura Peterson uses the language of dance and sculptural design to probe the national consciousness in the aftermath of 2016 American presidential election. Peterson zeroes in on the overwhelming pressure to compete, which is at the heart of the American way of life. Is a small defeat less devastating than a colossal mistake? What is the real outcome of the "winner takes all" approach?
How high Is the Ceiling in My Glass Castle? (and Other Perceived Limitations) is a series curated by guest curator Stefanie Nelson. Her selection of works by six international dance artists speaks to the "soft bigotry of low expectations," exploring various microcosms of individual "glass castles" each of us inhabits. Christine Bonansea, BOB, Michelle DuVall, Jonathan Gonzalez, Cristina Planas Leitão, and Antonello Tudisco will each present an original dance dealing with the subjects of perceived limitations and how they are socially- or self-imposed.
Through music, song, and dance, this production celebrates the 100th anniversary of tango's most popular song. Participating in the show are Latin Grammy Award winner Raul Jaurena, an ensemble, and award-winning dancers.