La MaMa presents World Premiere of “iyouuswe” by WHITE WAVE Dance!
WHITE WAVE Young Soon Kim Dance Company
La MaMa in association with WHITE WAVE Young Soon Kim Dance Company presents World Premiere of “iyouuswe” part of the La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival 2017.
WHITE WAVE Dance is pleased to invite you to the World Premiere of "iyouuswe" at the La MaMa Ellen Stewart Theatre (66 East 4 Street, NYC) from May 18-21. We are the opening program of this year’s La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival and we’d love to see you there.
Limited number of $10 tickets available for artists for May 18th @7pm & 21st @4pm. Use promo code CAST10. Advance sales only. First come, first served.
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“iyouuswe” (reads as “I-You-Us-We”), is a work that has been born out of an ongoing collaboration between myself and the nine dazzling dancers of WHITE WAVE over the past 12 months. The movement, exhilarating…provocative and shy scored to original music by longtime collaborator, 'a borderless musician'’ Ki Young, will take you on a 65-minute uninterrupted journey that will challenge us to examine who we are, and how we relate to ourselves, and each other. It's a story about developing meaningful relationships in which we struggle to seek a sense of ‘i’ as part of a ‘we’.
“iyouuswe” is a high-reaching artistic collaboration reuniting Ms. Kim with composer/musician Ki Young, dramaturg James Leverett, and lighting designer Yuriy Nayer. Expressly created for the dancers of White Wave (Anton Martynov, Guanglei Hui, Cara Seymour, Tsai Hsi Hung, Mikelle Rindflish, Mark Willis, Casey LaVres, James Johnson, Juhwan Hwang), this piece will take their collaborative skills to new heights, arguably transforming “iyouuswe” into a multi-dimensional ‘tour-de-force’.
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