PREMIERE SCREENING of "Time Capsule: A Physical Documentary"
Valerie Green/Dance Entropy
Valerie Green/Dance Entropy is pleased to present the premiere in-person and virtual screenings of Time Capsule: A Physical Documentary on Thursday, May 20th, 8:00-9:30PM at Green Space, 37-24 24th Street Suite #211, Long Island City.
*The in-person screening will NOT be livestreamed
Advance ticket purchase required
*The in-person screening will be limited, socially distant and ventilated, with masks required by all attendees.
Viewers who are not able to attend the in-person screening may purchase a ticket to view the film online, on-demand.
Regular Ticket, $25.00
Attend the in-person screening or receive a private viewing link to watch on-demand
EXPERIENCE Ticket, $50.00
Includes benefits of the regular ticket PLUS the location of a secret, LIVE pop-up garden performance in Manhattan on May 8 at 12:30PM. The garden performance will feature solos from Time Capsule performed live by VG/DE dancers.
For More Information and to Purchase Tickets, please click here
About the Work
Time Capsule: A Physical Documentary is a dance film, directed and choreographed by Valerie Green, in collaboration with cinematographer/editor Alex Lopez, composer Mark Katsaounis, and the dancers of Valerie Green/Dance Entropy. Eight solos physically trace emotional experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic, woven together with a score of vocal reflections and incidental sound from the diverse sampling of New York City landscapes in which each dancer was filmed. A dynamic interplay of beauty, strength, and resilience, "Time Capsule” is a testament to the faith we have in our City, its vast infrastructure, the delicate spirits that inhabit it, and the tender terrains we all hold within.
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