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The Bipeds presents "54 Strange Words"

The Bipeds presents "54 Strange Words"

Company:

The Bipeds

Location:

Triskelion Arts

Dates:

Saturday, April 6, 2019 - 8:00pm
Sunday, April 7, 2019 - 8:00pm

Tickets:

www.triskelionarts.org/the-bipeds

Company:
The Bipeds

Triskelion Arts Presents:

The Bipeds Dance Company

“54 Strange Words”
Dance premiere and album launch
April 6 & 7 @ 8pm 
Triskelion Arts

Muriel Schulman Theater

106 Calyer Street, Brooklyn
TIckets: https://triskelionarts.org/the-bipeds
Contact: thebipedsdance@gmail.com

 

"The Bipeds dance-theatre company of Durham, NC presents the New York premiere of 54 Strange Words, a surreal music and dance production. A scorching rock & roll band lead by banjo player Curtis Eller joins Choreographer, Stacy Wolfson’s cast of visceral dancers to present a sepia-tinged, psychedelic song and dance spectacle. The line between the dancers and musicians dissolves as the performers descend into a strange and mysterious world of nightmare imagery. Musicians become dancers, dancers become singers, and unhinged howls of wild abandon give way to moments of harmony and grace."


**The show will double as the CD release party for the soundtrack album by The Bipeds band which features eight new songs written for the show**

The cast features Curtis Eller, Stacy Wolfson, Dana Marks, Jessi Knight, William Commander, Jack Fleishman, William Dawson and Joseph Dejarnette

The Bipeds Official Website: http://thebipedsdance.com
The Bipeds on Facebook: http://facebook.com/thebipedsdance
The Bipeds on Instagram: http://instagram.com/thebipedsdance
 

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