"Everything" and "Real Love" with Valerie Green/Dance Entropy and Zawirowania Dance Theatre
Valerie Green/Dance Entropy
Valerie Green/Dance Entropy and Zawirowania Dance Theatre present a double bill featuring “Everything”, a work-in-process featuring dancers from both companies, and “Real Love”, a repertory work performed by Zawirowania Dance Theatre making its NYC debut.
About the Works
EVERYTHING is a dance performance installation evoking the ever-expanding universe, transforming the performance space into a constellation of stars and human bodies in various states of formation and explosion. Inspired by astrophotography, string theory, interconnectivity and meditations on space and time. The new dance work weaves together a visual, physical and emotional translation of the cosmos. A cultural exchange and collaboration in progress between Valerie Green/Dance Entropy and Zawirowania Dance Theatre spanning NYC/Warsaw in 2019.
Real Love is the mystery of birth, passing and death performed by three women of all ages. What means true love for them? Maybe it is the feeling which mother has for her child. How does a woman feel being a mother? What does she feel when someone close to her dies? Love and death are two threads that constantly appear in the performance of "Real Love" and affect each other at all times. Being a mother and being close to death. "Real Love" is a form of a choreographic poem filled with poetic symbols and meanings from the borderline of metaphysics.
Choreography by Daniel Abreu and featuring dancers Ilona Gumowska, Elwira Piorun, Izabela Prokopek.
“Everything” & “Real Love“
Saturday May 11th at 8PM
Advance sale tickets: $20 online
Tickets purchased at door: $25
Performances will take place at Green Space, 37-24 24th Street Suite 211, Long Island City, NY 11101
For Tickets & Additional Information: www.GreenSpaceStudio.org
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