Immersive Night of Dance & Art: "Red Between The Lines"
“Red Between The Lines” is an evening of immersive dance and multidisciplinary performances featuring the works of acclaimed dancers, choreographers & artists within New York City’s vibrant arts scene taking place for one-night-only at Ailey Citigroup Theater.
Produced by Pizarts, “Red Between The Lines” unites artists whose work blur the boundaries between genres, foster the unexpected and ignite spaces through movement, color, art and imagery. The evening features a very special performance by legendary artist Linda Mason in her directorial debut — a reimagined iteration of “The Last Supper” entitled “The Last Coffee” with 13 dancers painted in the classic style Mason has been known for since the ‘80s.
The stacked lineup includes works by incredible artists:
- HBO’s Random Acts of Flyness’ Movement Director Damani Pompey
- LA’s One-and-Only Movement Composer Friidom
- Rising Lebanese Choreographer Dolly Sfeir
The evening will be accompanied by the unparalled original poetry of Libby Mislan and a premiere from NY/LA-based Movement Director Zoe Rappaport with the exquisite Movement-Artist Martina "Android" Heimann.
Please join us in the lobby for complimentary beverages prior to the show where Mason will be painting some of her dancers live for audience members to view her not-to-be-missed process — a living work of art in and of itself.
Reception/After Party details soon to come.
We look forward to all of you joining us & encourage you to wear RED in the spirit of the night!
Pizarts Dance Hub For Entrepreneurial Innovation was founded by Dominique Robinson ans has been providing global opportunities for emerging & establisehd dancers, choreographers, educators and studios to explore the world thorugh movement since 2014.
Curated by Creative Director Zoe Rappaport
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