BETH GILL presents CATACOMB
June 17–19 at 8 p.m.
Run Time: 60 minutes
Commissioned by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
Inspired by the imagination and subconscious, Catacomb is a dance by five performers inhabiting a dreamlike, sensory-rich world that draws the audience into an immersive act of witnessing. Gill creates an intimate, surrealist space building on the formalism of her past several works (Electric Midwife, New Work for the Desert), while forging new psychologically-informed terrain through explorations of role, gathering and layering of meaning and being and, ultimately, disappearance.
Photo Credit: Brian Rogers
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