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TRISKELION ARTS presents seymour::dancecollective

TRISKELION ARTS presents seymour::dancecollective




Triskelion Arts Muriel Schulman Mainstage Theater


Friday, May 17, 2019 - 8:00pm daily through May 18, 2019




May 17 & 18, 2019

Triskelion Arts’ Muriel Schulman Theater
106 Calyer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222 – Enter on Banker Street

Brooklyn, NY – Triskelion Arts is pleased to present seymour::dancecollective’s Nacirema: an evening of original
performance choreographed by Chafin Seymour in collaboration with Tyrone Bevans, Lena Engelstein, David Glista,
Cameron McKinney, Anna Pinault, Sophie Sotsky & Kimiko Tanabe. This program will mark the NYC premiere of
"Nacirema" a dance-theater piece that attempts to tackle where we are and where we are going. This show will also
feature live and original music by Tiff Ortiz and other local music artists.

seymour::dancecollective is group of diverse movement artists brought together under the direction of Chafin
Seymour. Utilizing a distinct sense of collaborative community derived from hip hop and DJ cultures we create live
performance that boldly and intentionally crosses boundaries, aesthetic and cultural, to provoke and provide dialogue
amongst our audience.

Since 2012, we have presented original work throughout NYC and nationally at venues such as Center for
Performance Research (CPR), Triskelion Arts, Dixon Place, Livestream Public, Gibney Dance, The Current Sessions, New York Live Arts, Movement Research at Judson Church, The Ohio Dance Festival and The American Dance Festival among others. The collective works on a project-to-project basis with a rotating roster of curated artists.


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