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Alison Cook Beatty Dance Fall Season 2018

Alison Cook Beatty Dance Fall Season 2018


Alison Cook Beatty Dance


The Salvatore Capezio Theater at Peridance
126 E 13th St
New York, New York 10003


Saturday, November 3, 2018 - 8:00pm
Sunday, November 4, 2018 - 5:00pm



Alison Cook Beatty Dance

This diverse program includes ACCUSED (Variation B), exploring the sometimes dark nature of society and whether society is the culprit of devastating events, or in fact, a victim of itself. The second dance is a duet: LIFELINE, a romantic yet complex duet set to music by Karl Jenkins about a couple driven together by desire and pulled apart by outside forces. The third piece is a World Premiere of the NEW WORK, set to the earth-shattering and dynamic composition score by contemporary Irish composer Donnacha Dennehy, "Grá agus Bás." The final dance is the joyous MURMURATION, set to music by Ottorino Respighi and highlights the tale of the beautiful aerial ballet of the starlings.

*On Sunday Night there will be a question and answer session with choreographer Alison Cook-Beatty and some of the dancers. 

*The first piece on the program may be unsuitable for young children. It centers around school shootings. There is a brief pause after the 12-minute piece if parents would then like to bring their children into the theater ushers can escort you. The remainder of the program is children friendly. 

Company Dancers appearing in this program will be; Carolina Rivera Moreno, Dorrie Silver, Fiona Oba, Timothy Ward, Nika Antuanette, Niccolò Orsolani, Vera Paganin, and Jacob Brown. Lighting Design by Tony Musco, Costume Design by Christine Darch, Set Design by Daniel G. Cook, and Choreography by Alison Cook Beatty. 
Photo Credit: Lucas Chilczuk 
Videography: The Fleet

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