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NY PREMIERE
Aroundtown
Nov 8—Nov 11, 2017
 
Dance

David Dorfman Dance
Conceived and directed by David Dorfman

 

Orbiting like planets, the members of David Dorfman Dance (Come, and Back Again, 2013 Next Wave) ask the stars above, the earth below, and each other what it means to love—in spite, or perhaps because of, the violence and strife in the world. Amid atmospheric electric folk music performed live onstage, plus original text and visuals, six dancers waltz and collide with athleticism and gorgeous abandon, propelling Dorfman’s earnest plea for intimacy. In all the giddy certainty and jarring unreality of romance, the company, featuring a poignant cameo by Dorfman and his wife Lisa Race, explores the question: What if real love means really being around?

 

Music by Samuel Crawford, Liz de Lise, and Zeb Gould
Dramaturgy by Anne Davison
Lighting design by Tuce Yasak
Costume design by Oana Botez
Visual media by Shawn Hove

Commissioned by BAM.

 
 
RUN TIME
1hr
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ACCESSIBILITY
Balcony seating is only accessible by 70 stairs.
 
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Leadership support for dance at BAM provided by:
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“ [Dorfman] has never shied away from openhearted explorations of self and society, channeling big ideas into raw, hyper-athletic movement that calls for daring, go-for-broke dancers. ”
— THE NEW YORK TIMES
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