Fall Thesis Concert - Visible Seams

Event Attributes

Choreographer:

Erin Crawley-Woods

Costume Designer: Robert Croghan    Lighting Designer: Rob Denton    Sound Designer/Composer: Tomek    Projections Designer: Rob Denton    Dramaturg: Emily Warheit    Stage Manager: Tarythe Albright


In Visible Seams, the audience is guided through a roving tapestry of movement and sound that flows up staircases, rolls down hallways, perches in windows and poses in the courtyards of the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Inspired by the films of Busby Berkeley, the expanse of the Center’s Grand Pavilion and the elegance of its corridors, Erin Crawley-Woods crafts a pathway of continually shifting perspectives in which the space is revealed anew moment by moment. The performance will be preceded by a sound installation and succeeded by a video installation, both in the lobby of the Clarice Smith Center.

See an interview by Arts and Entertainment reporter Gailyn Gwin with Erin Crawley-Woods about "Visible Seams."

President of the University of Maryland, Dr. Wallace Loh, talkes about Erin's work in "Visible Seams" in a segment on innvoative students as part of his Fall Video Message.

Check out Visible Seams in Dr. Loh’s Fall Video Message.  It is part of the segment on innovative students that begins around 2:55.