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Spoke The Hub Director’s Choice 2023 features sarAika movement collective

Spoke The Hub Director’s Choice 2023 features sarAika movement collective


Spoke The Hub ft. sarAika movement collective


Spoke The Hub Wheelhouse Theater
748 Union st
Brooklyn, NY 11215


Saturday, November 4, 2023 - 6:00pm



Spoke The Hub ft. sarAika movement collective

Spoke The Hub director’s choice 2023 will feature sarAika movement collective in an evening length event on November 4th.

  • From 6-7pm, there will be a donation-based open class (open to dancers and non dancers and people of any age) by Sara Pizzi & Aika Takeshima.
  • From 7pm onwards, the doors will open with an art exhibition in collaboration with Carol Prud'homme Davis.
  • At 7.30pm, the show will start.

During the show, the audience will be not only experience the premiere of original works created by the directors and company members, but audience for this night can become choreographers of a live creation that will be created and presented at the end of the show by utilizing artworks that our resident artist Carol Prud'Homme Davis made for sarAika, giving dancers improvisational qualities and arranging compositions.

This show also consists of film works and U.S premiere of a group repertoire, and dance movies, followed by solo or duo works by each sarAika company member Sara Pizzi, Aika Takeshima, Faustine Lavie, Mayu Nakaya, Haley Morgan Miller and Maitlin Jordan introducing the diverse and unique specialities that make sarAika's work.

In the gallery space, hairart works and the costumes of one of our repertoires “DOUBLE BIND” will be displayed and audience can get a close look at the details made by the hair artist Takeo Suzuki and costumer Federica Borlanghi and Clara Weist, art/t-shirt by Carol Prud'Homme Davis and photos/videos of BECCAVISION

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