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Sally Silvers' Surprise Every Time at Roulette
Sally Silvers' Surprise Every Time at Roulette
Sally Silvers' Surprise Every Time at Roulette
509 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn
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Saturday, September 28th 2013  -  4:30pm
Saturday, September 28th 2013  -  8:00pm
Sunday, September 29th 2013  -  3:30pm
Sunday, September 29th 2013  -  7:00pm
price : General Admission: $15 ($30 Festival Pass)
Members/Students/Seniors: $10
FREE for All Access Members

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Rachel is one of the performers in this fun 2-day Festival of Live Choreography (in the 4:30 Saturday and 3:30 Sunday shows).

Watch dance made live and on the spot as choreographers and theater artists start from scratch, choreograph on a wide variety of performers, & create something brand new & unexpected in front of your eyes! Two sets per day, 3 half hour projects per set, different choreographers and performers in each project. Come to one or come to all with special prices for more than one show.
32-01 Vernon Boulevard @ Broadway
Long Island City, NY 11106

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Saturday, August 31st 2013  -  3:00pm
price : Free
a new choreographic residency and performance series presented in August by Norte Maar in partnership with Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City.

*the performance will be canceled if it rains

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Friday, August 23th 2013  -  8:00pm
Saturday, August 24th 2013  -  8:00pm
Sunday, August 25th 2013  -  8:00pm
price : $18
Tickets online at: or by phone at: TheaterMania: 212-352-3101
Incubator Arts Project (upstairs at St. Mark's Church), 131 E. 10th St., NYC
After our successful run of "I would" in June, we're moving our operation upstairs at St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery for the next installment of TILT, presented in association with Incubator Arts Project in its New Performance Series.

"Construct" imagines the brain of our protagonist as a living pinball machine. Featuring live music by Lynn Wright, and a set designed by visual artist Stephanie Beck and carpenter Chimmy Gunn that grows to entangle the performers, "Construct" evokes the confusion of perspectives that reside inside a man's head, as illustrated by Don Quixote.

"Construct" includes musicians Eric Eble, Paul Wallfisch, Paul Watson, and Lynn Wright, and performers Rachel Cohen, Warren Craft, Alisa Fendley, and Masumi Kishimoto; lighting design by Jon Harper; stage management by Alex Pfister; and costumes by Olek.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Wood & Silk: A shared evening of textural choreography
Wood & Silk: A shared evening of textural choreography
Wood & Silk: A shared evening of textural choreography
St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, 131 East 10th Street, New York, NY
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Thursday, June 27th 2013  -  8:00pm
Friday, June 28th 2013  -  8:00pm
Saturday, June 29th 2013  -  8:00pm
price : $20/$15 students/seniors/Danspace members
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Racoco/Rx and Jody Sperling/Time Lapse Dance present "Wood & Silk: A Shared Evening of Textural Choreography."

Rachel Cohen and Jody Sperling are two innovative choreographers whose works create dynamic sculptural forms by extending the body in space. Sperling uses lightweight silk costuming and Cohen is currently exploring wood and sandpaper. In "Wood & Silk" the two present their contrasting, yet complementary, approaches side by side, in an evening of visually arresting dance.

Racoco/Rx will reprise Part I of TILT, "I would." TILT fractures Cervantes' Don Quixote and romantic tales of chivalry to explore the concept of delusion through movement and carpentry. "I would" dissects the moment Don Quixote begins to believe he is a knight errant: five performers armored in sandpaper build, dismantle, and reconfigure wooden objects that alternately support and impede them, physically manifesting the emotional and psychological structures we build, tear down, and re-create around ourselves.

With music by Lynn Wright, costumes by Olek, lighting by David Ferri, and set by performers Carolina Antunes, Rachel Cohen, Alisa Fendley, Remi Harris, and Masumi Kishimoto, with special guest Paul Watson on trumpet.

"I would" was commissioned by Women in Motion. It was created in part through The Field's Artist Residency program, supported by the Tides Foundation, and residencies at CAVE and Maryland Institute College of Art. Thank you to to Materials for the Arts, the Depts. of Cultural Affairs, Sanitation, and Education. "I would" is made possible, in part, by The Field's 2012-13 Field Dance Fund, supported by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and Mertz Gilmore Foundation.

*a self-produced series administered by Danspace Project

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