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"Sleeping Beauty Dreams" starring Diana Vishneva & Marcelo Gomes

"Sleeping Beauty Dreams" starring Diana Vishneva & Marcelo Gomes

Location:

Beacon Theatre

Dates:

Friday, December 14, 2018 - 7:30pm daily through December 15, 2018

Tickets:

www.sbdart.com

Sleeping Beauty Dreams is a retelling of the Brothers Grimm fairytale, exploring the untold story of Princess Aurora's 100 years of dreams. A new kind of theatrical experience combining live performance, art, and technology to show that the world of dreams is unique and doesn’t have to be confined by time or space.

The team of artists includes Diana Vishneva (Principal Dancer, Princess Aurora), Tobias Gremmler (Digital Artist), Thijs de Vlieger of NOISIA (Composer), Edward Clug (Choreographer), Bart Hess (Costume Design), fuse* (Technology Artists), Marcelo Gomes (Principal Dancer) and Laurent Fort (Light Artist).

Tobias Gremmler has visualized and fuse* brought to life the digital avatars – virtual characters that will react in real time to the dancers' movements on stage. No two performances will be identical. Thijs de Vlieger has composed an original score for this production. Lady Gaga's 'slime dress' creator, Bart Hess, will design costumes that interact with the digital projections. Bart’s designs express his ongoing fascination with the human form using instinctive and futuristic textiles.

Sleeping Beauty Dreams will premiere in Miami at The Adrienne Arch Center on December 7th and 8th and then comes to New York’s Beacon Theatre December 14th and 15th. Tickets range from $80 - $200 and can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.com. For more information visit www.sbdart.com.

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