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the CURRENT SESSIONS Volume VI, Issue I.
the CURRENT SESSIONS
the CURRENT SESSIONS presents
"Volume VI, Issue I." performance series
March 11 to 13, 2016
- Ticket Pricing -
$20 General Admission (online + at door)
$33 2NIGHT Package (see two programs of your choice!)
$15 Student / Senior / LES + EV Residents* (at door)
Special discount codes available by going to the ticket link below.
The CURRENT SESSIONS presents the 10th edition of our biannual performances series, Volume VI, Issue I., from March 11 to 13, 2016 at the Wild Project theater in the East Village. From the highly-physical and the emotional to the visually striking and the clever, Volume VI, Issue I. organizes twelve artists within four curated collections of dancemaking - Female Forms, Design vs. Narrative, Distorting the Frame, and Sound Score - in order to capture the contemporary moving body and its ever-evolving self.
Additional programming includes a TalkBack discussion to follow the 3pm Sunday performance, opening and closing receptions to follow the Friday and Sunday evening performances, and a pay-what-you-wish creative lab and workshop movement series for both dancers and for the public taking place prior to the weekend.
- With Select Works by -
Alessandra Giambelli + Dancers
ChristinaNoel & the Creature
Holly Wilder // Wilder Project
Lillian Stamey & Blake Horn (film)
Moriah Ella Mason
Project|Oracle - Maré Hieronimus, Nicole Nigro & Cory Neale
Teddy Tedholm // tedted Performance Group
Tsai Hsi Hung + Huang-Lei Hui // Cross Move
- And Guest Artists -
Marina Giovanini + Jacopo Jenna (film - Italy)
Shandoah Goldman // Carte Blanche Performance
For full program information, please go to our events page.
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