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This is an Act of P Ass Ion

This is an Act of P Ass Ion

Company:

Spark(edIt) Arts

Location:

Triskelion Arts - 118 North 11th Street Brooklyn, NY 11249

Dates:

Friday, March 16, 2012 - 8:00pm
Saturday, March 17, 2012 - 8:00pm
Sunday, March 18, 2012 - 8:00pm

Tickets:

info@triskelionarts.org

Company:
Spark(edIt) Arts

Triskelion Arts Presents:

Spark(edIt) Arts

This is an Act of P Ass Ion

at Triskelion Arts’ Aldous Theater
118 North 11th Street (between Berry and Wythe)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
L train to Bedford Ave

March 16-18, 2012. 8pm

Tickets for performances are 5 general admission/2 students/seniors.
To reserve tickets, email info@triskelionarts.org or call 718-599-3577

Brooklyn, NY – In their first evening-length performance, Nadia Tykulsker/Spark(edIt) Arts premiere This Is An Act of P Ass Ion, an unnerving sexually charged dance theater compilation. With a combination of tongue-twisting text and explosive physicality, the work will lure audiences to lust, laughter, and the inevitable edges of comfort. Through the lens of multiple relationships, the performers explore various acts of passion and how those deliberate exploits permeate their everyday living.

This Is An Act of P Ass Ion is directed and choreographed by Nadia Tykulsker with her performers. Videography and animation by Christine Hucal and Michelle Chamuel; live vocal performance and arrangement by Theo Katzman and Hannah Winkler; costumes designed by Sophie Torok. It is performed by: Jessica Jolly, EmmaGrace Skove-Epes, Kristi Ann Schopfer, Austin Selden, Jeff Shortt, Sarah Burke, Tara Sheena, and Nadia Tykulsker.

About Spark(edIt) Arts

Spark(edIt) Arts was created to be a forum to bring dancers and artists of different mediums together to make collaborative works of dance theater. A method of artistic activism, their goal is to create a space for a wide range of audiences to question the ideas they bring up. In their first year in existence they have showcased work at venues such as WaxWorks, RoofTop Dance, Dance New Amsterdam, and Dixon Place, as well as Baltimore, and Michigan. Spark(edIt) Arts received an exciting write-up in Dance Informa; and stretched their collaborative efforts to choreograph fashion shows and music videos for some of their favorite Brooklyn-based artists.

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