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"DEVICES 3" by Doug Varone and Dancers
Doug Varone and Dancers
Thu, Aug 11 - Sat, Aug 13 at 7:30 PM
Showcasing 12 new works-in-progress from this year's DEVICES: Choreographic Intensive & Mentorship Program
$12 Online | $17 At the Door
Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center
280 Broadway (Entrance at 53A Chambers)
DEVICES 3, showcases 12 original works (in process), developed under the mentorship of Doug Varone, by a diverse group of emerging artists, all at varied points in their careers.
Thursday, August 11: Elizabeth Dishman, Britney Falcon, Danielle Kipnis, Kara Robertson, Alexandra Rose, Emma Russo, Stephanie Saywell, Katie Stevinson-Nollet
Friday, August 12: Robin Aren, Elizabeth Dishman, Britney Falcon, Kathleen Hickey, Danielle Kipnis, Asako Miyahira, Katie Stevinson-Nollet, Chuck Wilt
Saturday, August 13: Robin Aren, Kathleen Hickey, Asako Miyahira, Kara Robertson, Alexandra Rose, Emma Russo, Stephanie Saywell, Chuck Wilt
DEVICES: Choreographic Intensive & Mentorship Program is named for the devices Doug has developed for artists to mine, build and mold their work.
These original works by the DEVICES choreographers began in a one-week intensive workshop in New York City where Doug and the Company dancers shared ideas about craft, design and composition. Building on their inspiration, over the next two months the 12 choreographers individually developed their work on their own dancers while continuing their one-on-one mentorship with Doug Varone.
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