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"RED BETWEEN THE LINES:" A Quarantine Dance Film Livestream + Artist Talk-Back

"RED BETWEEN THE LINES:" A Quarantine Dance Film Livestream + Artist Talk-Back


Pizarts Global Dance Hub For Entrepreneurial Innovation


LIVESTREAM via The Social Distancing Festival


Thursday, September 17, 2020 - 5:00pm



Pizarts Global Dance Hub For Entrepreneurial Innovation


"RED BETWEEN THE LINES: Six Portraits of Life & Art in Quarantine" is an experimental dance film created remotely throughout the pandemic by six artists from the contemporary art and street dance world. While scheduled to create a live immersive performance experience at The Ailey Citigroup Theater in April 2020 — like the rest of the dance world — their show was postponed indefinitely due to COVID19. In its place, each artist created at 1-minute piece inside their respective homes and collaborated virtually on this film. Adapting original concepts intended for the Ailey stage to each artist's respective home environment, what emerges is their collective grapplings with life and art under quarantine — intrinsically woven into a tapestry and expression of our time — as well as a testament to the resiliency of the dance & arts community as a whole.

Featuring the Works of:

HBO’s Random Acts of Flyness’ Movement Director Damani Pompey
LA-Based Movement Composer Darrell "Friidom" Dunn
Rising Lebanese Choreographer Dolly Sfeir
Legendary Artist Linda Mason
"The Flexing Ballerina" Martina 'Android' Heimann
NY/LA-based Movement Director & Choreographer Zoe Rappaport

The livestream premiere & artist talk-back will be hosted by the The Social Distancing Festival.

**Time zone is 5pm PST/8pm EST

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