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Violet Kid (2011)
Choreography and music by Hofesh Shechter
Lighting design by Hofesh Shechter and Jim French
Costume design by Hofesh Shechter and Junghyun Georgia Lee
Choreography by Alexander Ekman
Lighting design by Amith A. Chandrashaker
Costume design by Nancy Haeyung Bae
Music and sound design by Mikael Karlsson
Necessity, Again (2012)
Choreography by Jo Strømgren
Costume design by Junghyun Georgia Lee
Lighting design by Jim French and Jo Strømgren
Music by Charles Aznavour with text by Jacques Derrida
Additional music by Bergmund Skaslien
Always on a quest for new forms and featuring an extraordinary repertory of work by some of the world’s most forward-thinking choreographers, New York-based company Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet celebrates a decade with a BAM debut. Showcasing a remarkable versatility—and a virtuosity that’s grounded in ballet, but far more expansive in style—Cedar Lake’s 16 incredible dancers perform the company’s commissioned pieces over the course of four evenings.
The Program B lineup comprises performances of Violet Kid, a dark, primal piece by Hofesh Shechter, featuring live musical accompaniment; Alexander Ekman’s stunningly rhythmic Tuplet; and Jo Strømgren’s theatrical romp Necessity, Again.
This New York-based company is recognized for its exceptionally talented dancers.