Ballet Hispanico, Photo: Paula Lobo
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"Subject To Change" choreographed by Julian Barnett

"Subject To Change" choreographed by Julian Barnett

Company:

Choreography by Julian Barnett, in collaboration with the performers

Location:

Greenspace 37-24 24th St. Long Island City

Dates:

Friday, January 19, 2018 - 8:00pm daily through January 20, 2018

Tickets:

http://www.greenspacestudio.org/Performances_Tickets.html

Choreography by Julian Barnett, in collaboration with the performers

Subject To Change
Friday & Saturday, January 19 & 20 @ 8pm
Greenspace 37-24 24th St. Long Island City, NY 11101 (2nd Fl. Suite #301)


Choreography by Julian Barnett, in collaboration with the performers
Performance & Sound by Barnett, Justin Cabrillos, Leslie Cuyjet, and Jocelyn Tobias
Dramaturgical assistance by Moriah Evans

 

Subject To Change studies 4 individuals as they probe personal possibilities within choreographic mediums of tone, text, gesture, mode, and devotion. Part opera and part confessional, this performance creates a post-emerging dream-noise-body-scape that is simultaneously a byproduct of cross-cultural histories and collective projections of futurity.

Green Space is a studio loft located within the northern part of Long Island City, known as Dutch Kills. The neighborhood is no longer ‘hidden’ as it once was (the new Chocolate Factory Theater is one block from Greenspace) but it still retains much of its old industrial flair. 
 

Tickets:
It’s an intimate space with limited seating, but there will be a number of FREE tickets available for presenters/artists. Please RSVP.
Advanced: $15, At door: $20 cash, $22 credit card
http://www.greenspacestudio.org/Performances_Tickets.html
Directions by Subway:
Take N/W to 39th Avenue
From the station it’s an 9 min walk. 
 

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