WHITE WAVE Dance announces Three Free Performances of "iyouuswe II"
WHITE WAVE Dance
WHITE WAVE Dance announces Three Free Performances of iyouuswe II, made possible by City Artist Corps Grant Initiative in October 2021
WHITE WAVE Dance announces three free performances of our newest production, iyouuswe II (I-You-Us-We-Two), on October 1, 9, and 30, 2021 at Bethesda Fountain, DUMBO Archway, and the Home of WHITE WAVE Dance, respectively, at 5pm EST as part of the City Artist Corps Grant Initiative.
iyouuswe II is a multi-year collaboration with pioneering choreographer Young Soon Kim and composer Marco Cappelli, in collaboration with their performers, as they continue to explore the body's three dimensions in space. Probing the weight of human emotions, the work presents a vividly colored vision where movement and mise-en-scène meld seamlessly.
During this critical time of the Covid Pandemic, this piece challenges us to examine who we are and how we relate to ourselves and to each other. It is a story of developing relationships by which we struggle to find a sense of ‘i’ as part of a 'we.’
Choreography by Young Soon Kim, in collaboration with the performers
Original Score, performed LIVE by Marco Cappelli
Other Music by Stephan Bodzin & Angus MacRae
Cinematography by Alexander Sargent
Dancers: Andy Santana, Casey LaVres, Eric Parra, Frances Samson, James Johnson, Jesse Obremski, Joan Rodriguez, Katie Garcia, Lacey Baroch, Mark Willis, Sumire Ishige
The performances are FREE, but you need to reserve your spot!
Dates & Venues
October 1st @ 5PM at Central Park's BETHESDA FOUNTAIN near 72 Street. Enter CP at E. 72 or W. 72 Street (equal walking distance for either to Bathesda)
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October 9th @ 5PM at DUMBO Archway (155 Water St, Brooklyn, NY 11201)
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October 30th @ 5PM at Home of WHITE WAVE (150 MacDougal Street, #1fl. Brooklyn, NY 11233)
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You can see live performances and meet & mingle with our Dancers!
Cover photo: Mark Willis, Eric Parra by Joon Park
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