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HIPS HANDS TONGUE
Hips Hands Tongue is a body story about the winding, painful, and (r)evolutionary process of embodying and emboldening our deepest longings and truths. Told through word, movement, and sound, performers invite witnesses to listen, discover, and embody through a trinity of entrance points: the Hips -roots, desires and creative power; the Hands - tools of physical manifestation and agency in the world; and the Tongue, which names, codes switches, tells truth, tells lies, frames the story.
Performed by Alicia Raquel, Nehemoiya Young, Kirya Traber, Emma Alabaster, Carissa Matsushima
Friday, March 11 | 8PM
$20 General | $15 Student/Senior/BAAD!
SKIN AGAINST METAL & HERBERT H DANCE COMPANY
A provocative piece that celebrates female creative ‘genius’ by giving importance to her raw intellectual brilliance and pure impulses. With contemporary cross-genre compositions and edgy choreography, the performers give a voice to the power of female genius that has, through the ages, been conveniently called hormonal madness.
Performed by Brittany Willson, Brittany Grier, Beverly Lopez
ROSIE (WORK IN PROCESS)
Rosie is plunged into a whirlwind journey from pious obedience into darkness, absurdity and wildness. As her story of resuscitation unravels, a new reality is revealed as part dance, all drama and many things unexpected, intriguing, and bizarre.
Drawing from Caribbean folklore, Rosie is a work in process.
Performed by Fana Fraser