Kaley Pruitt Dance at Triskelion Arts
Kaley Pruitt Dance
Kaley Pruitt Dance
July 27 - 29, 2017 at 8pm
Triskelion Arts Muriel Schulman Theater
106 Calyer St Brooklyn, NY 11222 - Enter on Banker St
Kaley Pruitt Dance is excited to bring three New York City premieres to Triskelion Arts this July 27, 28 & 29. The season will include a world premiere "Through All This & You" and two works that have been in the creative process this year, "Critical Mass" and "Room for Elephants". Pruitt dances alongside company members and collaborators Cassandra Bowser, Ashley Ervin, Robert Perales, Jen Silver & Megan Wubbenhorst.
"Critical Mass" revolves around the powerful force of being anonymous, and what the urban landscape allows of the human expressive condition. It is an incredibly physical, athletic and high energy group work to music by Too Many Zooz, Steve Reich, and World Saxophone Quartet.
"Room for Elephants" is a nostalgic, playful, and otherworldly quartet about how we retain structures and physical places that held our sense of home at one time or another. The work looks at memory, and how we keep and perceive those spaces we cannot revisit. The piece is set to several selections by Tin Hat Trio.
"Through All This & You" is a fun, light hearted suite of dances that reveals the subtle, often attempting to be hidden, nuances in human relationships. We take ourselves too seriously; this dance has luscious moments of ridiculousness and awkwardness. The piece explores the many forms of love, play, competition, care, voyeurism, and how those can meld and trigger the next. This work is about people being with people.
$16 in advance, $20 at the door
$12 Student price
For more information about KPDs July Season, Pruitt's Works, and the Company Members, visit us at www.KaleyPruittDance.com
Photos by Erik Carter
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