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KALEY PRUITT DANCE  |  Place and Time


Kaley Pruitt Dance


Triskelion Arts
106 Calyer Street
Brooklyn, NY 11222


Saturday, March 19, 2016 - 8:00pm
Sunday, March 20, 2016 - 8:00pm



Kaley Pruitt Dance

Kaley Pruitt Dance is excited to bring a new premiere to Triskelion Arts Saturday March 19th & Sunday March 20th. Place and Time is a large group modern dance work for a powerful and dynamic cast of seven women. It creates a visceral experience of perpetual motion.  The work explores intricacy, serenity, turbulence and threat.  Place and Time conjures, looses, and regenerates nature’s energy, answering over and over again, an equation with infinite solutions. The new, original score is being created by Kurt Wubbenhorst, and the choreography and costume design is by Kaley Pruitt. www.KaleyPruittDance.com [photo by Erik Carter]


KALEY PRUITT DANCE  |  Place and Time

Saturday March 19th & Sunday March 20th

8pm Nightly

Triskelion Arts Muriel Schulman Theater

106 Calyer St. Brooklyn, NY (enter on Banker St)

Tickets through Eventbrite

$16 in advance online  |  $20 at the door (subject to availability)



Kaley Pruitt has been working in New York City as a dancer and choreographer since 2011.  Kaley Pruitt Dance investigates the human experience and explores the intrinsic communication between bodies in space.  The work spans comedic dance theater to abstract concert aesthetic.  Kaley always aims to create a dance environment to experience an escape.  She is interested in bringing dance back into the public sphere through traditional vs. non-traditional performance settings.  Kaley’s choreography has been presented through Manhattan Movement & Arts Center, Triskelion Arts, Chez Buswick and The Center for Performance Research, Abby Bender’s Built on Stilts in Martha’s Vineyard, The Secret Theater, Ketchum Arts Commission, Dixon Place, Movement Research, Niagara, & Nancy Smith Fichter Dance Theatre. www.KaleyPruittDance.com

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