Graduate Movement Concert

Event Attributes

Choreographers:

Ana Farfán

Jeff Kaplan

Stephanie Miracle

 

Where is the line between theatre and dance?  Who are we?  What impels us to move?  This concert presents three interdisciplinary solo works where the individual comes to the foreground.  Body and word weave a tapestry of memory, connection, presence, and absence through a multiplicity of voices and a variety of media.  By challenging traditional boundaries, these works seek new answers to age-old questions.

This program will feature:

What did I do this morning?
by Ana Patricia Farfan 

An interdisciplinary work that explores the narratives that new technology has brought up to rename human experience.

Figure Eights: Part 2
by Stephanie Miracle with live music by David Schulman

Weaving through a sea of objects on dancer travels backwards and forwards through memories into the present examining how family shapes identity.

 K. Lear is Act III
by Jeff Kaplan

(The “Storm Scene”) of Shakespeare’s King Lear performed in its entirety as a solo in a straitjacket. -