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"no clean lines in the drying concrete"

"no clean lines in the drying concrete"

Company:

Rebecca Alson-Milkman Dance (www.alsonmilkmandance.com)

Location:

The Muriel Schulman Theatre at Triskelion Arts

Dates:

Thursday, February 11, 2016 - 8:00pm
Friday, February 12, 2016 - 8:00pm

Tickets:

http://nocleanlines.brownpapertickets.com/

Company:
Rebecca Alson-Milkman Dance (www.alsonmilkmandance.com)

What: no clean lines in the drying concrete translates the psychological state of living in the in-between into movement tasks mapped onto the dance space. Dancers Donna Costello, Jamie Graham and Alexis Steeves transition athletically, exhaustingly through solo, duet and trio as they navigate physical and spatial challenges, and their relationships to each other. The dancing occurs in carefully bordered zones, then sometimes spirals beyond those borders and coalesces into sections that emphasize subtle timing, rhythmic shifts and gentle, deep listening. Multiple group snapshots emerge and accrete to form an evolving family portrait of individuals trying to connect through hidden difference and quiet trauma.

 

Who: Choreographed by Rebecca Alson-Milkman

Featuring performers / collaborators Donna Costello, Jamie Graham, and Alexis Steeve

Original score by Aaron Drake

Costume and set design by Piper Mavis

 

Guest contributions:

"Tourette Floret," a solo choreographed for dancer Alexx Shilling by Victoria Marks

"this place with the pretty-sounding name," choreographed and performed by Alyssa Gersony

 

Where:  Muriel Schulman Theater at Triskelion Arts, 106 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222. Enter on Banker St.

When: February 11th and 12th, 2016 at 8pm

How: Tickets can be purchased online at: http://nocleanlines.brownpapertickets.com/

$14 in advance, $16 at the door.

 

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