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Anabella Lenzu/ DanceDrama Book reading and Performance: "Unveiling Motion and Emotion"

Anabella Lenzu/ DanceDrama Book reading and Performance: "Unveiling Motion and Emotion"


Anabella Lenzu/ DanceDrama


Figment Festival/ ‪‎Governors Island‬


Saturday, June 4, 2016 - 3:00pm
Sunday, June 12, 2016 - 1:45pm
Saturday, June 25, 2016 - 12:00pm



Anabella Lenzu/ DanceDrama

of the book Unveiling Motion and Emotion by Anabella Lenzu

Anabella will be reading passages of her book and dancers from AL/DD will perform selected choreographies from AL/DD repertory.

Bring your picnic blanket, food and sunscreen.
The reading/ performance is FREE and open to the public.

  • Saturday, June 4 at 3pm at  Figment at Governors Island. Rain date: Sunday, June 5 at 3pm.
  • Sunday, June 12 at 1:45pm and 3:30pm at Dance on this Sod at Northside Brooklyn in collaboration with Williamsburg Walks.
  •  Saturday, June 25 at noon, Part of NYC Dance Week at McCarren Park in the open field behind the red building by Lorimer Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Exploring the importance of dance, community, choreography and dance pedagogy, Argentinean Choreographer Anabella Lenzu celebrates 25 years of teaching dance in a book of her writings in Spanish and English. Having opened her own dance school at 18, Lenzu recounts her experiences teaching in South America, Europe, and the US, as well as publishing an arts magazine and creating repertory for her dance company. Lenzu’s eloquent prose reveals reflections of a life devoted to dance performance and education. Photography by Todd Carroll fully documents the performances and provides a glimpse into the creative process. This book is an inspiration to dancers and teachers alike, and the first of its kind as a bilingual text on dance pedagogy.


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