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Concord, NH: Bridgman|Packer Dance presents "TRUCK" at The Capitol Center’s Salon Series
ABOUT THE SHOW"
Through Bridgman|Packer’s signature integration of live performance and video technology, Truck transforms a 17 foot box truck from something utilitarian into a magical space. Truck’s ever-changing imagery conjures the passing nature of performance while literally being in a moveable setting. The work ranges from evocative to humorous, to sensuous, to wacky. Parts of Truck were created through a Fellowship with Experimental Film Virginia 2014.
Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served prior to this unique performance on the Capitol Center for the Arts’ walkway, and a Q&A session will provide an opportunity to interact with the artists and other audience members.
The Capitol Center’s Salon Series strives to bring audiences and artists together for intimate artistic experiences and discussions. Additional Salon Series shows will be announced later in the 2015-16 Season.
This performance is part of the CCA 20th Anniversary Festival, occurring over the course of two weeks this fall. From great local and national music, to thought provoking presentations and hilarious comedy, there is always a reason to EXPERIENCE IT LIVE!
In addition to great performances, a variety of pre-show and post-show events and other surprises will be announced closer to the start of the 20th Anniversary Festival.
A limited number of discounted festival passes for all eight performances and special events are just $260!
To purchase passes, please call or visit the CCA box office
Fore more information on the rest of the 20th Anniversary Festival Click Here
[Photo: Truck: Bridgman|Packer Dance]
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