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Catherine Cabeen/Hyphen presents "Glitter in the Gutter"

Catherine Cabeen/Hyphen presents "Glitter in the Gutter"

Company:

Catherine Cabeen/Hyphen

Location:

Pangea

Dates:

Friday, November 30, 2018 - 7:00pm

Tickets:

catherinecabeen.com

Company:
Catherine Cabeen/Hyphen

"Glitter in the Gutter" is an intimate evening of raunchy dance theater created and performed by Catherine Cabeen and Kristina Berger. The comedic duet, "Glitter in the Gutter", embodies the glamour and grit weaving together the lives of two aging performers. The program also features Cabeen's humorous solo Ready, Aim... a playful close look at the deluge of crotch flashes in contemporary dance, Berger's contemplative solo Threshold, and live music by jazz pianist Greg Woodsbie. 

Cabeen and Berger have been collaborating on making humor their passport through life since 2014. Berger is an international artist whose career ranges from Circus showgirl to Balinese Monkey King to principle dancer with the Erick Hawkins Dance Company to Assistant Professor at Dean College. Cabeen is a former member of the Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Company, the Martha Graham Dance Company, and Richard Moves MoveOpolis! She is currently the director of her own performance company Hyphen, and an Assistant Professor at Marymount Manhattan College. Greg Woodsbie is a wide-ranging pianist based in Boston.



"Glitter in the Gutter, a wonderfully incisive comedic duet with choreography, text and luminous performances by Cabeen and Kristina Berger We cant wait for the next installment."
— Bonnie Rosenstock ExploreDance.com 1/26/18

"a rich, and hilarious, collaboration"
— Candice Thompson diy Dancer 1/24/18

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