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MORRISTOWN, NJ: Carolyn Dorfman Dance at the Bickford Theatre
Carolyn Dorfman Dance
With bold athleticism and dramatic nuance, Carolyn Dorfman Dance returns to the Bickford Theatre with contemporary dance that moves you to think, feel, laugh, and engage. This season’s performance features:
The incomparable storyteller, narrator, and librettist Charlotte Blake Alston performing live in Dance/Stories, an enchanting interdisciplinary collaboration featuring a selection of folk tales and authentic stories from around the world. Interweaving thought-provoking choreography with the power of the spoken word, Dorfman magically turns to the Earth’s oldest art form – storytelling – into a moving tapestry that “bathes the senses and the soul.”
Dorfman’s acclaimed SEXTET. With a powerful and driving score by jazz composer Horacee Arnold, this dance explores the energy, rhythm, and power of six dancers as they connect, divide, and regroup.
UNFOLDING, a new work by former principal dancer Ae-Soon Kim. In her work for 5 dancers, Kim and composers Greg Wall and Shai Barchar combine Korean Drumming with an electronic score to explore her roots on three continents: Asia, Europe, and America.
Don’t miss this exciting return engagement!
Photo by Christopher Duggan
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