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Experimental dance and theater company Welcome to Campfire presents "The Pigeon & The Mouse: The Film"

Experimental dance and theater company Welcome to Campfire presents "The Pigeon & The Mouse: The Film"

Company:

Welcome to Campfire

Location:

Online

Dates:

Tuesday, May 4, 2021 - 1:00pm daily through May 30, 2021

Tickets:

https://vimeo.com/ondemand/thepigeonthemousethefilm

Company:
Welcome to Campfire

Welcome to Campfire, an experimental dance and theater company led by Ingrid Kapteyn and Tony Bordonaro, will release their latest creation, "The Pigeon & The Mouse: The Film" on May 4th. It is available to rent until May 30th.

After premiering "The Pigeon & The Mouse" live in January 2020 to sold-out audiences, Kapteyn and Bordonaro found a way to honor their commitment to live performance despite pandemic limitations. Using art as their own survival tool, they have managed to safely perform the danceplay fourteen times since the premiere, including at Arts On Site as part of the ARTS ALIVE series; on the outdoor terrace of the Manhattan Plaza apartment complex in Midtown; and behind The Empty Circle gallery's glass storefront in Gowanus. 

"The Pigeon & The Mouse: The Film" is the latest iteration of a work that saw them through the difficulties of the last year, a performance that can be shared across Covid barriers. Made in collaboration with filmmaker Daniel Robinson, the film also features original work by visual artists Olya Dubatova and Levon Petrosyan and an original song by Daniel Henri Edmond.

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