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BAX Summer Arts Program 2017 Dance Theater Tumbling Park Slope Brooklyn

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Doug Varone and Dancers at BAM

Doug Varone and Dancers at BAM

Company:

Doug Varone and Dancers

Location:

BAM

Tickets:

http://www.bam.org/dance/2017/doug-varone-and-dancers

Dates:

Friday, March 24, 2017 - 7:30pm daily through April 1, 2017

Doug Varone and Dancers celebrate 30 years of impassioned choreography with three works representing the past, present, and future of this peerless company. Their major revival of the Philip Glass-scored Possession (1994), inspired by A.S. Byatt’s century-spanning novel of the same name, is an entwined portrait of solitude and desire. Varone’s latest work Folded, set to music by MacArthur fellow Julia Wolfe, renders the intimate interplay between two dancers falling in and out of sync. And in ReComposed, inspired by abstract expressionist Joan Mitchell’s pastel drawings, dancers careen across a paper-white stage to the crescendos of Michael Gordon’s Dystopia.

Lighting design by David Ferri and Robert Wierzel
Costume design by Liz Prince, Reid Bartelme, and Harriet Jung

ReComposed (2015)
8 Dancers
Length: 30 Minutes
Choreography by Doug Varone
Music composed by Michael Gordon, Dystopia
Lighting design by Robert Wierzel
costume design by Reid Bartelme & Harriet Jung

Possession (1994)
8 Dancers
Length: 28 minutes
Choreography by Doug Varone
Music by Philip Glass, "Concerto for Violin and Orchestra"
Lighting design by David Ferri
Costume design by Reid Bartelme & Harriet Jung

New Work (2016)
Duet (from full length work, title TBA)
Length: 9 minutes
Choreography by Doug Varone
Music by Julia Wolfe, Believing
Lighting design by TBD
Costume design by Liz Prince

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