American Realness: Will Rawls presents "The Planet Eaters: Seconds"
The Planet Eaters: Seconds
Thursday, January 5, 7:00pm Friday, January 6, 8:30pm Monday, January 9, 7:00pm Tuesday, January 10, 10:00pm
Run Time: 55 minutes
Abrons Arts Center, Underground Theater, 466 Grand Street
466 Grand Street / tickets $20 / AbronsArtsCenter.org
Part-dance, part-song, and part-travelogue, The Planet-Eaters: Seconds explores a duet as an intimate exchange of rhythms. In this reconfiguration of his previous work The Planet-Eaters, Will Rawls and musician Chris Kuklis inhabit Balkan folklore in a series of attempts to become self and other. What starts as a game of counting for two moves through further encounters that are epic, incidental, singular, plural and neither here nor there.
The Planet-Eaters: Seconds was developed as part of LMCC’s Extended Life Dance Development program made possible in part by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The first iteration of The Planet-Eaters was originally produced and presented at The Chocolate Factory Theater.
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