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Adrienne Truscott and Neal Medlyn.
May 30 - June 13
Wednesday - Sunday at 8:30
Late shows Saturdays June 5 + 12 at 10:30
Thursday Night Social June 3
$20, $15 (students/seniors)
with the concept of museum displays and the way in which significance
of meaning, history, science and fact is represented and deployed, Truscott
and her dancers explore the existential pockets that emerge out of the
act of curating or choosing scenes, excerpts or examples to be represented
as significant. Importantly, however, she creates work that resides
in and evolves out of the rigor and oddness of our imaginations so that
the final performances truly didn’t exist before.
collaboration with David Neumann, Natalie Agee, Carmine Covelli, Neal
>they will use the highways
In they will use the highways, Truscott considers the possibility of
dance erupting and interrupting everywhere and anywhere from the found
elements of the surrounding world. Inspired by several trips on the
New Jersey Turnpike and musing on the dubious relevance of modern dance,
Truscott places disparate and incongruous elements in juxtaposition
to create surprising revelations. Along the way she attempts to confound
herself and her dancers into a state of heightened awareness by making
the hardest dance that absolutely anyone could do.
Created in collaboration with David Neumann, Natalie Agee, Carmine Covelli,
Neal Medlyn, Mauri Walton and Dickie Dibella.
>depict him on his horse
>good evening/good evening