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Colleen Thomas: but the sun came up and we were here - Premiere at La MaMa Moves! Festival, 3-5 May 2019, New York, USA

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photo via lamama.org
 
 
Colleen Thomas: but the sun came up and we were here
 
The performance was created in cooperation with EEPAP, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, the Centre for Culture in Lublin, Trust for Mutual Understanding and the Bernard College.
 
 
May 03 - May 05, 2019

Ellen Stewart Theatre | 66 East 4th Street (2nd Floor)

Friday & Saturday at 7PM; Sunday at 3PM

$25 Tickets; $20 Student/Senior Tickets [+$1 Facility Fee]

 

Directed by Colleen Thomas
Choreography by Colleen Thomas with the performers
Music by Robert Boston

What are the limits – or possibilities – of a sense of belonging amid rising fear and tension in an unsteady world? In her newest work, internationally acclaimed choreographer Colleen Thomas delves into the embodied experience of self, perception and connection in a climate of heightened political and social unrest. With a cast of dancers from Poland, Ukraine, Belarus and the U.S., but the sun came up and we were here asks if the expression of our individual essence, intuition and power can be the antidote to division in a fractured world.

 

"The beautiful and ominous mingle in thoughtfully poetic ways."
~ Deborah Jowitt

 

In her evening-length dance, but the sun came up and we were here, premiering at La MaMa Moves! Festival in May 2019, choreographer Colleen Thomas collaborates with dancers from Eastern Europe and the US to delve into the embodied experience of self in a climate of heightened political and social unrest.

 

Find out more at lamama.org

 

 

 

Source:

http://lamama.org/sun_came_up/

 

 

 

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