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Chez Bushwick Presents 2Night Show July
Jul 9, 2015 @ 7:30 pm - Jul 10, 2015 @ 7:30 pm| $12
Chez Bushwick’s 2Night Show July will feature the original work of three movement-based artists whose final performances are the product of collaboration with contemporary live sound.
With: Alex Rodabaugh, Andy Kuncl, Miriam Atkin, Jonathan Wood Vincent, Anna Ekros, Sarah Lifson, Lucas Crane, Sidney Russell.
– AmeriSHOWZ by Alex Rodabaugh
Do you want to make money and dance? Are you tired of the place you are at, want to make real change in your life, and ultimately live your dance dreams? Are you tired of being broke all the time? Do you want to better your life? Do you complain about not having the freedom to help others? Becoming a dancer is not easy. It takes a lot of hard work, dedication and focus. Before taking the plunge into dancing you have to make sure you are ready. You may be jumping out of the frying pan and into the fire. AmeriSHOWZ, a work by Alex Rodabaugh in collaboration with musician Andy Kuncl, will show you how you can reach your dance goals, put money back into your pocket, and build your way to financial freedom.
– No Sign Will Treat You to The Interior Spectacle by Miriam Atkin
No Sign Will Treat You to The Interior Spectacle, performed and directed by Miriam Atkin, Jonathan Wood Vincent and Anna Ekros, is a multimedia performance inspired by a scene from Ingmar Bergman’s Through a Glass Darkly (Såsom i en spegel). During the performance, the artists hysterically object to modes of language.
– Sidney Russell
Finally, artist and independent curator Sidney Russell has paired together musician and co-director of Silent Barn, Lucas Crane with dance artist and choreographer, Sarah Lifson to create a new undetermined work. The aim of this experiment is to generate a spark in the connection between distinct art practices – dance and synthesized sound. In their partnership Sarah and Lucas will explore the acoustics of movement in a given space.
$12 presales and $15 at the door
At CPR – Center for Performance Research
361 Manhattan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211