Donna Uchizono and the Professionals present "Sticky Majesty"
Donna Uchizono and the Professionals Sticky Majesty
Donna Uchizono and the Professionals
Wednesday, January 6 – Saturday, January 9
Wednesday, January 13 – Saturday, January 16
Thursday, January 7 / Family Night at 7:00 pm
Onsite childcare for ages 4+
All other performances at 8:00 pm
Come to 2 or more performances this January and get $14 tickets! Use code 2ORMORE when you buy tickets to luciana achugar, Donna Uchizono, and Jack Ferver’s performances.
Sticky Majesty was conceived from the uneasy intimacy of one-on-one, invited tea-time conversations between Donna Uchizono and a spectrum of individuals with diverging socio-political views. The choreography and seating arrangement structured at angles means no one vantage point can claim an authoritative view of the dance. Uchizono and her collaborators meld the construct of resolute belief with the sensorial world of the body, revealing a visual-temporal framework where personal truths coexist and collide.
About the Artist
Donna Uchizono is the Artistic Director of Donna Uchizono Co, touring throughout the U.S., Europe, South America and Asia. Uchizono has created work for notables Mikhail Baryshnikov, Pultzer Prize Playwright, Paula Vogel, MacArthur Fellow, David Hammons and recently for Oliver Sack’s 80th birthday celebration. A Guggenheim Fellow and “Bessie” award winner, Uchizono has been recognized by an Alpert Award, NEA,four New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships, MAP, Creative Capital Foundation, NDP, Jerome among others. Uchizono has taught throughout the U.S., Europe,and South America and was founder and Chair of the Artist Advisory Board at Danspace Project at St. Mark’s Church.
[Photo by Donna Uchizono]
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