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Connection, Grief, Loss & the Cosmos: A Performance Installation 2 years in the Making

March 24th, 2015 · No Comments

Prepare yourself for a performance that will move from campy sci-fi to the eloquence of the requiem in one evening

Two years in the making, this all-female cast of contemporary ballet dancers explores themes of grief, loss, connection, and re-construction through the imagery of the cosmos.

Using live opera and live, original music accompaniment, this show promises to be a full evening of performance installation, concert dance and aliens.

Coriolis Dance has attempted to create an experience of audience movement,
performance installation, visual art, live music, and concert dance as way to explore space—both metaphorically and physically.

Using  the cosmos as a unifying theme behind this series of vignettes, Coriolis has created a piece “in which audiences encounter sardonically vamped up alien women of sci-fi camp, the detached forces of mass, charge, and rotation that create black holes, and  wili-like preying mantis women who grieve into the void.”

Sounds intriguing, doesn’t it? I think this might be a must see! But get your tickets now, this might be a sell out performance.

Co-artistic Directors Natascha Greenwalt and Christin Call’s work began in 2012 as Insofar, as the landscopic field report, a duet about two quirky alien researchers who encounter malaise and a deadly virus while discovering an uninhabited planet.

In May of 2014, Insofar was performed to a sold-out audience. Call and Greenwalt have since developed the work into a new piece, still containing part of the original duet.

Here is what you need to know to go!

What: Unfixed Arias

Who: Choreographed by Coriolis Co-artistic Directors Natascha Greenwalt
and Christin Call. Musical direction by Jackie An and original music by
Jackie An, Daniel Brigman, Taylor T. Merisko. Original lighting design by
Amiya Brown, additional lighting by Dani Norberg.  Animations by Stefan
Gruber.

When: April 10-12, 16-19, 2015.  Pre-show performance installations at 7p,
show at 7:30p. No late seating.

Where: Open Flight Studio, 4205 University Way NE – Seattle WA – 98145

Cost: $20 online at brownpapertickets.com, $25 at door.  Limited
seating, advance tickets recommended**

**Pre-show performance installations will open at 7pm, with the show beginning at 7:30pm.  No late admittance and seating will be limited **

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