Restart Stages at Lincoln Center: Preeti Vasudevan's "Thresh: Stories by Hand / L'Orient"
Restart Stages at Lincoln Center presents Preeti Vasudevan's Thresh: Stories by Hand / L'Orient on Thursday, September 2 at 6:00pm at The Green at Lincoln Center, Josie Robertson Plaza.
The works of award-winning choreographer and performer Preeti Vasudevan create a provocative dialogue between western contemporary forms and her Indian traditions. As Founder & Artistic Director of NY-based performing arts nonprofit Thresh, she creates experimental productions that foster a provocative dialogue on identity and cultural heritage. Vasudevan returns to Lincoln Center with a socially conscious, site-specific showcase including an excerpt of her solo “Stories by Hand,” an exploration of a woman's identity by way of the displacement of gestures affected by memory; and excerpts from “L’Orient,” a dance opera-in-development, created by Vasudevan, composer Kamala Sankaram, and librettist Catherine Filloux, based on the 19th-century French opera, Lakmé.
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