With her unique arsenal of movement, spoken word, song Sara confronts the universal demon. Let's talk about death. No, really. Let's face it, deal with it, think about it, laugh about it and really talk about it. In other words, let's not change the subject. In a society that focuses all its attention on staying young, where graveyards are far removed and called the more innocuous cemeteries and "resting places," the question is not how do we deal with death - but do we deal with death at all?
Sara Juli is an award-wining dancer, choreographer, arts manager, curator, and producer of dance in New York City. The Money Conversation - the show that everyone wants to steal from - premiered at P.S. 122 in February, 2006 and went on to be presented at the Noorderzon Festival in Groningen, Holland and around the globe. Subsequently, The American Dance Festival commissioned and premiered "Deep Throat." In NYC alone, Juli has also presented solo work at Dixon Place, The Ontological, Manhattan Theater Source, Williamsburg Art NeXus, The Flea Theater, Joyce SoHo, Joe's Pub, Dancenow, Movement Research, and Danspace.