Summation Dance presents "At the Hour" at BAM
Known for fierce dancing and polished dance making, the all-women troupe makes another major stride with the debut that shows the breadth of their artistic range and the performing versatility of their dancers.
Choreographed by Summation Dance Artistic Director Sumi Clements and partially previewed At the Hour at the 92nd Street Y’s Dig Dance Series.
At the Hour is inspired by prophetic events that took place in Garabandal, Spain in the 1960s, and their relevance to our current global sociopolitical climate. The work will explore the spiritual nature of these events and the ramifications reflected in the upheaval currently seen around the world. It is set to an original sound score by Kyle Olson, with costumes designed and built by Brigitte Vosse, and lighting by Simon Cleveland.
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