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PROJECT 4 5 20: TIME | SPACE

PROJECT 4 5 20: TIME | SPACE

Company:

Pushing Progress Contemporary Dance

Location:

Peridance Capezio Center

Dates:

Saturday, June 25, 2016 - 8:30pm
Sunday, June 26, 2016 - 5:00pm, 8:00pm

Tickets:

http://www.pushingprogress.com/project-4520

Company:
Pushing Progress Contemporary Dance

The name for the event is derived from what it is at its most basic:

4 Choreographers co-conceive and collaborate together on a full-length evening of work with original music and costumes

5 Days of creation, rehearsal, and tech

20 Dancers explore, experiment, and experience a boundary-pushing, skill-building choreographic workshop and create an undefinable performance event 


But at its core, PROJECT 4 5 20 is a choreographic experiment based on the idea of releasing fear for possibility and in turn build skill, push boundaries, and challenge everyone involved to access greatness in the creative process. Created as a means to connect and co-create in an environment and time frame which enforces a truly boundary pushing experience, Pushing Progress Contemporary Dance is excited to offer an opportunity and work with 20 dancers interested in being a part of a creative process who want to dive into an immersive fast paced environment and are charged by the daily, mental and physical challenges this performance workshop will bring.

Co-Conceived and Co-Choreographed by:
Calen J Kurka
Chris Hale
Mike Esperanza
Bryn Cohn

Original Composition by Jessie LaFargue
Costumes by Sebastian Arango

*pre-show reception 45 minutes prior to each show

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