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"Liminal Surrender," a concert of dance and theater

"Liminal Surrender," a concert of dance and theater

Company:

Choreographer: Beth Soll

Location:

Chen Dance Center

Dates:

Friday, April 15, 2016 - 7:30pm daily through April 16, 2016

Tickets:

Reservations: 212-927-0476 or bethsbron@gmail.com

Company:
Choreographer: Beth Soll

Save the date for Liminal Surrender, a concert of dance and theater on April 15 & 16 at 7:30 pm at the Chen Dance Center. Tickets: $15.  Reservations: 212-927-0476 or bethsbron@gmail.com. Choreography by Beth Soll.

We’re going to show four new dances and two repertory dances with choreography by Beth Soll.

Gary Winter will premiere a play directed by Meghan Finn.

Liminal: “. . . on a boundary or threshold . . . transitional or intermediate between two states, [or] situations . . .” Oxford English Dictionary

Premieres:

Details at Dusk, a duet for Lara Mahler and Andrew Trego. Music by Claudio Monteverdi.

Sweet Detour, a solo for Lara Mahler. Music by Claudio Monteverdi.

Open Labyrinth, a solo for Andrew Trego. Music by Claudio Monteverdi.

Twilight Strategies, a solo for Beth Soll. Music by Claudio Monteverdi.

Dance of the Incidental Cashier: a play by Gary Winter. Directed by Meghan Finn. Actors Abby Rosebrock and Jack Frederick.

Repertory Dances (revised):

Snow Dance (2014) a duet for Karesia Batan and Michelle Micca with music by György Kurtag.

Covert Transformations (2012), a solo for Beth Soll with music by Ivan Božičević and Eka Chabashvili.

 

Information:   212-927-0476   bethsbron@gmail.com     bethsollandcompany.org

Photographs by Jaye R. Phillips (left), J.C. Hotchkiss (middle) & Barry Hetherington (right)

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