Dixon Place’s Under Exposed

We will be dancing our newest piece at Dixon Place on April 4th. We’d love to have you there!

this is an abstract dance about a dog was created without any discussion of image, metaphor, cultural references, associations, or meaning. CJ and I have decided we were allowed only to demonstrate to each other physically, and to use words such as “left,” “right,” “faster,” “slower,” etc.

In addition, because music so ably conveys feeling, our music has been kept away from CJ. In our last performance she heard the music only once, onstage, and we have rehearsed while I (as choreographer) wear headphones.

We invite you to join our discussion by emailing jansenandholm@gmail.com with your impressions of the night- what did it remind you of? What did you feel? Did it mean something to you? We plan on putting this feedback (anonymously, don’t worry) up here on our website, so check there to see if your fellow audience members had a different experience than you did!

Tuesday, April 4th, 7:30pm
Under Exposed at Dixon Place
161A Chrystie Street, between Rivington and Delancey.

General Admission
$15 in advance
$18 at the door
Stu./Sen./idNYC $12

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