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Split Bill Series

Split Bill Series


Triskelion Arts


Triskelion Arts - 118 N. 11th Street, 3rd Floor in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 11249


Tuesday, February 28, 2012 - 8:00pm
Wednesday, February 29, 2012 - 8:00pm
Tuesday, March 6, 2012 - 8:00pm
Wednesday, March 7, 2012 - 8:00pm



Triskelion Arts

Triskelion Arts presents

Jen Kosky Dance Theater, Rebecca M Sproul and Dancers, Phil Lanzetta/Vantage
and Kawamura the 3rd
as part of Triskelion’s Split Bill series

Tuesdays and Wednesdays, February 28-29 and March 6-7, performances at 8pm
Tickets: 2
Reservations recommended: 718.599.3577 or info@triskelionarts.org
Triskelion Arts’ Zoo Theater
118 N. 11th Street, 3rd Floor in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 11249

Triskelion Arts’ Split Bill Series is aimed at emerging artists who are looking for a stepping-stone between a showcase format, and full-on evening-length self-production. Hand-selected by a panel of dance artists, The Split Bill is a great way for audiences to get introduced to a diverse and fantastic array of new movement-based work, all of which are premieres.

Jen Kosky Dance Theater’s Hurricane T is a piece inspired by the unearthing forces of a seductive love affair and the physical elements of wind and water.It follows the story of a cast of 6 characters as they navigate their way though a storm of bothinternal and external forces in the absence of linear time.

Featuringlong locks and loud voices,Rebecca M. Sproul's trio "A Mermaid's Guide to Living on Land" presents exciting movement, lusty looks, and intimate details from somebody's diary. They'll jump so high, sing so loud and dance so hard you won't believe they're all under 5'2. If your looking for meaning it's there, if you're looking for love, they're single.

In keeping with the nature of his work, Phil Lanzetta premiere's "Killing Moths, Not Mosquitoes" explores the intimate space in which beauty borders vulgarity and sarcasm denotes sincerity. The work is a study of orientation, especially in relation to light. Always with a sense of humor, "Killing Moths, Not Mosquitoes" is a commentary on humanity's persistent efforts to perfect nature, only to disturb its inherent beauty and balance.

Mana Kawamura's newest quartet entitled “Mermaid on the Shore” is inspired by the famous story, “The Little Mermaid” by Hans Christian Anderson. It explores what the voice can and cannot express, using a theatrical approach peppered with humor.

Series schedule is as follows:
Tuesday, February 28th at 8pm: Jen Kosky Dance Theater & Rebecca M Sproul and Dancers
Wednesday, February 29th at 8pm: Phil Lanzetta/Vantage & Jen Kosky Dance Theater
Tuesday, March 6th at 8pm: Phil Lanzetta/Vantagen & Kawamura the 3rd
Wednesday, March 7th at 8pm: Kawamura the 3rd & Rebecca M Sproul and Dancers

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs

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