the feath3r theory Presents: Another 37 Reasons To Cry (a Warholian production)
Raja Feather Kelly | the feath3r theory
Choreographer/performer Raja Feather Kelly continues his run of Warhol-inspired dance-theater productions. In Kelly’s previous installment, Andy Warhol’s 15 (Color Me, Warhol) (Dixon Place, April 2015), he fantasized many alternate endings and Another 37 Reasons To Cry is just that: 37 possible endings to the American Dream. Kelly fills the stage with physical and verbal stories in which popular culture and the human condition converge. Set to an original score by Tito Ramsey, with film/video by Laura Snow and lighting design by Tuce Yasak, Kelly creates a poignant and surreal theatrical experience, or, another thirty-seven reasons to cry.
Thursday October 1st at 8pm
Friday October 2nd at 8pm
Saturday October 3rd at 8pm
Curated by Kamila Slawinski.
RAJA FEATHER KELLY [the feath3r theory Presents: Another 37 Reasons To Cry (a Warholian production)] is a dancer, choreographer and the founder of the feath3r theory (Tf3T), his New York-based dance theater company established in 2009. The artistic philosophy of Tf3T is built upon the principle of understanding dance as a visual and theatrical art form, in which the aesthetics and ethics of each work play an equally important part. The ensemble consists of an alterable ensemble of dancers/performers and a group of close collaborators, contributing to the visual and musical content of each work. Another 37 Reasons To Cry is the latest in the choreographer’s Warhol-driven series. Previous works in this series include the feath3r theory Presents: Andy Warhol’s 25 Cats Name SAM and One Blue Pussy, the feath3r theory Presents: Andy Warhol’s DRELLA (I Love You Faye Driscoll), and the feath3r theory Presents: Andy Warhol’s 15: (Color Me, Warhol).
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