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"There Might Be Others" by Rebecca Lazier with Dan Trueman & Mobius Percussion

"There Might Be Others" by Rebecca Lazier with Dan Trueman & Mobius Percussion

Company:

Rebecca Lazier with Dan Trueman & Mobius Percussion

Location:

New York Live Arts

Dates:

Wednesday, March 16, 2016 - 7:30pm daily through March 19, 2016

Tickets:

http://newyorklivearts.org/event/rebecca_lazier_there_might_be_others

Company:
Rebecca Lazier with Dan Trueman & Mobius Percussion


Rebecca Lazier with Dan Trueman & Mobius Percussion
There Might Be Others
Mar 16-19 at 7:30pm
Tickets start at $15

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Rebecca Lazier makes her New York Live Arts debut with her movement-based realization of Terry Riley’s seminal masterpiece IN C, performed with a live score by Dan Trueman in collaboration with members of two of today’s most vital ensembles, SŌ Percussion and Mobius Percussion. Created along with a diverse group of artists, designers and scientists, and featuring an international cadre of performers, the work questions the role of presence, performer agency and collective decision-making to create emergent forms. Known for her “intelligent, fine control of complex material” (The Village Voice) showcasing an “exciting immediacy” (The New York Times), this extraordinary collaboration features dramaturgy and design by Naomi Leonard, Davison Scandrett and Mary Jo Mecca, as well as acclaimed dancers Asli Bulbul, Simon Courchel, Natalie Green, Cori Kresge, Christopher Ralph and Saúl Ulerio.

Creative Producer, Meredith Boggia.

 

[Photo: Jakub Wittchen]

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