Jérôme Bel at The Joyce
Described by The Guardian (London) as “a mischievously entertaining conceptualist who is less interested in movement than in messing with your head,” Paris-based choreographer Jérôme Bel produces cerebral work that breaks the established barriers between performer and spectator. The show must go on, created in 2001 and recognized with a Bessie Award in 2005, is no exception. Constantly surprising and challenging audience expectations, the piece features twenty performers and a DJ who plays a selection of pop songs from the last thirty years.
Co-presented by Crossing the Line Festival. Crossing the Line Festival is produced by FIAF.
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