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LOS ANGELES, CA: Program Three of REDCAT's NOW Festival

LOS ANGELES, CA: Program Three of REDCAT's NOW Festival

Company:

REDCAT

Location:

REDCAT/CalArts' Downtown Center for Contemporary Arts
Los Angeles, CA

Dates:

Thursday, August 4, 2016 - 8:30pm

Tickets:

http://www.redcat.org/event/new-original-works-festival-2016-program-three

Company:
REDCAT

Please join us Opening Night of Program Three
Thursday August 4, 8:30 pm
 

RSVP to khargraves@calarts.edu

 

I AM A BOYS CHOIR: DEMONSTRATING THE IMAGINARY BODY OR HOW I BECAME AN ICE PRINCESS
With a fair dose of camp and intense physicality inspired by competitive ice-skating and instructional workout videos, a trio of ice princesses in training search for answers about the myth of the female athlete, and the personal quest for validation. Based on a how-to-win system invented by the ultimate ice princess, Kristi Yamaguchi, this rambunctious work features trampolines, blood feuds, sequins, and a lot of Tonya Harding.

DANIEL CORRAL: COMMA
This stunning visualization of music by composer Daniel Corral uses large scale projection of a lighted, electronic instrument in Comma. A grid of bright colors comes to life as Corral executes a compelling score inspired by the additive processes of musical minimalism. Comma is performed in darkness where the only visible shapes are the evolving and shape-shifting lights and the ghostly silhouettes of the musician’s hands. 

WILFRIED SOULY: ON BECOMING
Exquisitely blending bold dance with live and pre-recorded music, video and text, choreographer and dancer Wilfried Souly teams up with a collective of dancers to create On Becoming. This gripping dance-theater work explores the kinetic and physical histories of the performer and their ever-evolving identities, reflecting on the way experiences shape the expression of Self across a life span.
 

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