Dance Visions NY presents Interdisciplinary Movement Artwork, “Morning Afternoon Evening,”
Dance Visions NY, Inc.
Dance Visions NY will present their interdisciplinary artwork, “Morning Afternoon Evening” at the Elmont Library Theater. With lighting design and new background imagery complementing the production, this work encompasses poetry, dance, theater, music and visual art.
Based on an original symbolic poem, "Morning Afternoon Evening" is a thought-provoking performance piece depicting a journey following a river from its source in caves, all to the way to the ocean, where a philosophical dilemma takes place. With its themes of destruction leading to creation and endings leading to beginnings, the work is both timely and timeless. Conceived, directed and choreographed by Beth Jucovy, based on a poem by Kyra Jucovy. With actor Tzena Nicole and dancers Eric Acevedo, Louisa Cathcart, Ligia Gaissionok. Chiemi Ip, Beth Jucovy, Olivia Parente, Rebekah Mulkey and Michelle Tilghman.
“Morning Afternoon Evening” will be supplemented by original Isadora Duncan repertory, performed in the legendary tunics. This repertory consists of the particular dances that inspired the choreography in “Morning Afternoon Evening.” Pianist Leonard Lehrman will play these works, composed by Schubert, Chopin, Brahms and Scriabin, live for the program. Dances to the Gluck opera Orpheus, another Duncan work which informs “Morning Afternoon Evening,” will also be performed. With the addition of live piano music, full justice is given to these works.
This event is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and is administered by The Huntington Arts Council.
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