Codice Rosso Theatre presents "DISCONNECT"
The inaugural performance of an exciting new piece at the BAM Fisher Theater on June 28th @ 7pm
Trailer DISCONNECT by Codice Rosso TheatreCodice Rosso Theatre will perform its new work titled DISCONNECT at the BAM’s newest theater, BAM Fisher on June 28, 2013. DISCONNECT is the result of a long creative process based on both physical and psychological development, a journey into the depths of the human psyche told through movement. CodRosso is constantly exploring dance as a means of illuminating the most intimate parts of life. From the barrier of the social mask to the bitter truth of our deepest secrets, DISCONNECT poses the question: What do we really know about ourselves? Recreating a new environment on stage transforming the space using simple props, the process mirrors the unpredictable path of life’s journey allowing the company to live in the creative process. Directed and choreographed by: Gessica Paperini & Valentina Priolo Performance by: Licia Calcagno, Rebekah J Kennedy, Maiko Matsui, Gessica Paperini, Valentina Priolo, Motoko Tadano Music mixed by: Valentina Priolo Production Manager: Ben Martin Costumes by: Gessica Paperini Graphic design: Ennio Puglisi Special thanks to: Kathleen Fiorello (Co-Producer), Eric Ragan Director of The Long Island City School of Ballet (LICSB) Buy Tickets Official donors for DISCONNECT: Corey T. Clark, Joanna Delson, Melissa Carter, Ragini Bhaumik, Samuel, Bill Hebert, John Zdrojeski, Kalin Ivanov, Adam Grossman, Jeanne Martin, Giaimo Silvana, Krysten Kimmett, Susannah Rinaldi, Paul, Alexander Morgan, Justin Lukach, Charla Morgan, Lydia Schuth, Carrie Kaufman Martin, Brad Martin, Heidi Zdrojeski, Michael Grossman, Nicole Greenblatt, Maria Kippes. We need your support to be able to go on making new works, building up new pieces and being able to share them with the audience!
BAM Fisher ( Fishman Space )
321 Ashland Place
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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