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"Never Before, Never Again" at Triskelion Arts
Never Before, Never Again
Triskelion Arts’ 3rd Annual Improv Festival
January 5 - 8, 2017 at 8pm
Triskelion Arts’ Muriel Schulman Theater
106 Calyer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222 – Enter on Banker Street
Triskelion Arts is pleased to present the 3rd annual Never Before, Never Again festival this January in the Muriel Schulman Theater. NBNA celebrates the moment of invention as it explodes from the unknown featuring artists who regularly harness the ephemeral, in work never before seen, and never to be seen again beyond this one presentation. We invite you to share the power of immediate presence in performance – through dance, comedy, Butoh, music, action theater, and more.
Thursday, January 5th: The Lovelies, Alyssa Gersony, Judah Levenson, Hank Mason, and Shane Gertner, kamrDANCE , NOW ACCEPTING ALL OFFERS MADE, Katelyn Halpern & Dancers
Friday, January 6th: Schmidt/Keenoy Movement/Sound Lab, slowdanger, Jog Films, Debbie Z & Friends, The Lovelies
Saturday, January 7th: Mauri Connors and Mindy Toro, TanzKlub, Shelburne Trio: Kevin Farrell (Bass), Rachel Mckinstry (Dance), Josh Adler (Poet), stb x at, Sarah Foster / MoveWorks, BOOM BAT GESTURE Performance Group
Sunday, January 8th: Ania Catherine, Ali Perkins, Kirsten Schnittker, Jason Mears/Quentin Tolimieri, There's No Law (Rachel Cohen, Michael Henry, Irene Siegel), Lokasparsa Dance Projects/clyde forth
Tickets: $16 in advance, $20 at the door
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