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Invocation Proclamation Manifesto: Week One - Elena Rose Light, Jess Pretty, & Miriam Gabriel/Carlo Antonio Villanueva

Invocation Proclamation Manifesto: Week One - Elena Rose Light, Jess Pretty, & Miriam Gabriel/Carlo Antonio Villanueva

Company:

Elena Rose Light, Jess Pretty, & Miriam Gabriel/Carlo Antonio Villanueva

Location:

Studio A at Gibney Dance 280 Broadway

Dates:

Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 8:00pm daily through September 23, 2017

Tickets:

https://gibneydance.secure.force.com/ticket/#details_a0S4400000S8IyHEAV

Company:
Elena Rose Light, Jess Pretty, & Miriam Gabriel/Carlo Antonio Villanueva


Invocation Proclamation Manifesto
Elena Rose Light, Jess Pretty, & Miriam Gabriel/Carlo Antonio Villanueva
September 21 – 23 at 8:00 pm
Studio A at Gibney Dance 280 Broadway


Taking over Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center’s intimate ground floor performance space, Invocation Proclamation Manifesto is a series of mixed bill programs featuring short works from choreographers and performance-makers wrestling with the urgency of being a body at risk in 45’s America.

Invoking ancestors and legacies, past and present, together we proclaim our values and herstories. When daily life is no longer recognizable, we manifest our authentic selves and seek to create the world we deserve. We can feel it bubbling up. It comes with urgency and can’t be contained. We wrestle with it till we can shake it out and make it sing. We push on, screaming, to wake the world up. The time is nigh and the volume is turnt. We are the change if we can conceive it. We are the way if we can believe it.

Invocation Proclamation Manifesto presents Elena Rose Light, Angie Pittman, Kristopher K.Q. Pourzal, Jess Pretty, Kenya (Robinson), Alexandra Tatarsky, Eli Tamondong, Miriam Gabriel/Carlo Antonio Villanueva, and Ashley R.T. Yergens as they tear down the present and build trajectories of futurity in a fully installed environment by visual artist and designer Diego Montoya.

 

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