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Summer Shake-Up on July 9th

Triskelion Arts 118 N 11th St 3rd Fl, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Triskelion Arts is proud to present a new summer series, the Summer Shake-Up, featuring a stunning collection of invited artists in the Aldous Theater during our final days at 118 N. 11th Street.

Participating artists for JULY 9th include:

Mary John Frank
Anna Adams Stark
Brynne Billingsley
Kate Martel
Amy Cova Dance
Kaley Pruitt Dance

Wednesday, July 9th
7:30pm in the Aldous Theater
Tickets: $15
PURCHASE TICKETS: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/699271


Amy Cova Dance’s “such trees as these” explores sustainability of body, environment, and creative process. Through a movement vocabulary that constantly punctuates the highly physical with a quiet gestural sense, Cova strives to shape worlds of turmoil, confusion, hope, and happiness into a single theatrical experience. The dance shares the space with an original composition by Alvin Hill.

In "Moves," Anna Adams Stark deals with action and inaction. Both are choices. Both have implications. And both welcome a barrage of feeling tones.

Brynne Billingsley shares a movement-driven excerpt from an evening-length work currently in development. It takes inspiration from spirals, in both somatics and nature, evoking storms, real and dream-like. "When They Set the Sea on Fire" will premiere in its entirety at Triskelion Arts on October 23-25, 2014. Original music score by Ratio and Visus.

Kaley Pruitt Dance’s "Craft" is an evolution of exerting the creative process and the dancer’s physical capacity to a full extent. The piece hones the mental and physical aspects of choreographing the trio form. The dance is about big and full dancing, in each muscle membrane and each brain cell of the performers. It is about finding a deep logic then excruciating challenge, and oscillating between those to create more momentum and power felt in audience and dancer alike.

More Info: www.triskelionarts.org

Image: Kaley Pruitt Dance by Erik Carter

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