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ChristinaNoel & The Creature Presents: "but, love"
ChristinaNoel & The Creature
The Creature’s 2017 5th Anniversary Season
The Irondale Center
Thursday, May 11 at 8pm
Friday, May 12 at 8pm w/ VIP reception at 6:30pm
Saturday, May 13 at 2pm and 8pm
Tickets HERE (https://www.artful.ly/store/events/11857):
$25 General Admission
$50 VIP Reception @ 6:30pm Friday May 12
The Creature’s fifth season opens with an exciting new dance theater piece, but, love, the latest collaboration between ChristinaNoel Reaves, Aeric Meredith-Goujon, Cameron Mizell, and The Creature cast, utilizing the unique blend of dance and voice performance Reaves has developed as a signature of her company. This work explores individuality in a time of ever-increasing polarization. What is our place in this society? Can we influence change, or is the inertia of divide simply too much? The Creature performers dance, act, and sing through confrontations with each other and their own psyche, sometimes with dramatic tension, sometimes with comic relief, always with breathtaking artistry.
In addition to but, love, the evening shows will include performances by the kids’ company The Ephyras, showcasing Reaves work with children ages 7-13, and a visual arts display of The Creature works over the past year. This will be a special weekend for fellow artists and audience members to get up close and personal with new material and celebrate the past, present, and future of The Creature.
Creature Dancers and Performers:
Tyler Curry, Maddie Irmen, Holly Ledbetter, Michelle Lee, Jonathan Matthews, Audrey Rachelle
Aeric Meredith-Goujon (Composer)
Cameron Mizell, Jonathan Matthews
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