ALESSANDRO SCIARRONI presents "Folk-s, will you still love me tomorrow?"
Folk-s, will you still love me tomorrow? (US Premiere)
Co-presented with New York Live Arts
October 1-3 at 7:30pm
New York Live Arts, 219 West 19th Street (between Seventh and Eighth Avenue)
6 dancers enter the stage and perform in hypnotic unison in Folk-s, will you still love me tomorrow?, the U.S. debut of Italian performance maker Alessandro Sciarroni. Precise, rhythmically pounding feet and a pair of lederhosen are the only recognizable relics of a centuries-old Bavarian folk dance that is reduced here to its most elemental form. Working between dance, performance art, and anthropological ritual, Sciarroni deploys the body—in all its sweaty physicality—to push the limits of human potential in this visceral, mesmerizing piece.
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