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Dixon Place presents Dr. Mira

Dixon Place presents Dr. Mira


Mira Treatman/The Mira Show


Dixon Place



Friday, December 15, 2017 - 9:00pm

A vital check-up with an unusual medical professional, specifically prescribed to prepare you for the strange events of the digital age.

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, a.k.a. your fellow audience members. No humans will be harmed in the making of this art.

THANK YOU: This performance is made possible with support from Dixon Place, Leah Stein Dance Company, a residency at Arts Letters & Numbers, and in progress showings at Fringearts Scratch Night, Sound Space Performing Arts, Williamsburg Art neXus (WAX), and Movement Research Open Performance.

About the Artist: 

Mira Treatman is a dance-theatre artist who creates performances stemming from experimental research. Described by Julius Ferraro in thINKingDANCE as “not graceful,” she works to reframe what dancing bodies mean on stage, screen and site. Her work has been presented at Dixon Place, Goldilocks Gallery, Sandy Spring Museum, and Glasshouse. As a performer she’s worked with Sylvain Emard, Irina Varina, Katherine Kiefer Stark, Zornitsa Stoyanova, Headlong, and Teatro Linea de Sombra/Cie Carabosse. In 2017, she was an artist in residence at Arts Letters & Numbers. In 2018 she will be a participant in LANDING at Gibney Dance.


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