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Labyrinth Dance Theater as part of Wave Rising Series

Labyrinth Dance Theater as part of Wave Rising Series


Labyrinth Dance Theater/Sasha Spielvogel, artistc director


The 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Avenue @ 92nd Street, Buttenwieser Hall 2nd Floor
New York, New York 10128


Saturday, June 18, 2016 - 9:00pm
Sunday, June 19, 2016 - 2:00pm


www.92y.org/Event/Wave-Rising-Series.aspx, www.labyrinthdancetheater.org

Labyrinth Dance Theater/Sasha Spielvogel, artistc director


Labyrinth Dance Theater presents four dances from the full length COME BACK ONCE MORE SO I CAN SAY GOODBYE about gay life in NYC from 1965 - 1995. "THE PROMISE OF REST" with Michael Leon Thomas deals with anti-gay bullying. Score, Isabel Castelvi, played live by Dorothy Lawson, cello; Shawn Barnett, violin; Tim McCarthy, French horn. "HIDDEN" danced by Fernando Carrillo, Brice Payet, Juan David Camargo, Lloyd Boyd, Ty Walker; percussion, William Catantzaro; voice, Roger Ansanelli. "FORBIDDEN" duet with Fernando Carrillo and Lloyd Boyd; percussion, William Catanzaro. "TABOO" danced by Ramon Flowers is about a drag queen in the 80's who discovers she might be HIV positive and if she is going to die, she will do so beautifully! Sylvester, You Make Me Feel; Leslie Dennis, Take Off The Makeup; Beatles, Tomorrow Never Knows.

Check the link below for other companies performing with Labyrinth on Program B.

tickets: $18 in advance, $25 at the door, $15 under age 35.

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