Take Root Presents: Robert Mark Dance and Gabriella Carmichael
TAKE ROOT with Robert Mark Dance and Gabriella Carmichael
February 11th and 12th
Advance sale tickets: $17 online at www.GreenSpaceStudio.org
Tickets purchased at door: $20 cash, $22 credit card
About the Work:
Robert Mark Dance will be presenting a half evening of short works, new and old, in a program entitled “Short Stuff”. Including a film, the program includes a brand new duet, and remounting of “Out of the void; Into new light” with an original score by Mark Sanderlin. Rounding out the program is Burke’s 2021 trio “Passages”. The cast of dancers includes Robert Mark Burke, Derek Crescenti, Monica Gonzalez, Sarah Hillmon, Sarah Housepian, Courtney Lopes, Jared McAboy and Sara Elizabeth Seger.
Gabriella Carmichael choreographed and performed "searching has a rhythm”, a new solo. Inspired by the molting process of crabs, wayfinding, effort, and snow storms, this work asks: what manages to endure in the capitalist ruins we have created? Music includes sound bits from The Real Housewives of New York City, Realizer, and Cyndi Lauper.
This work has been supported by The Floor on Atlantic and Triskelion Arts' Space Subsidy Program supported by the New York State Council on the Arts.
Please Note: In accordance with the NYC mandate, all visitors age 12 and older must be vaccinated against COVID-19. Please be prepared to show or submit valid proof of vaccination. Upon arrival for a performance, valid proof of vaccination and a legal form of identification must be shown at our box office for admittance. Acceptable proof of vaccination includes a copy of your vaccination card or another government-issued vaccination record. We will work with individuals who require religious and/or medical accommodations. Masks are required indoors for all visitors, regardless of vaccination status.
Photo: Gabriela Carmichael
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