HOLMDEL, NJ: Axelrod Contemporary Ballet Theater Presents "Dance(in)Haus"
Axelrod Contemporary Ballet Theater
An interdisciplinary work, what the Bauhaus school called “Total Art Work” connecting aesthetics/visual art with live art (dance-theater-live music) and real space. Performed at the grounds of the stunning Holmdel landmark, Bell Works, Dance (in) Haus is an interactive performance inspired by Bell Works' architectural environment, the paintings of Wassily Kandinsky, and the music of Bauhaus influential musicians Erik Satie, Kurt Weill and Arnold Schoenberg.
Join us for an interactive and immersive experience, where architecture meets dance!
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