Work-In-Progress Showing: Turbulence (a dance about the economy)
WEDS JAN 11 . 5:30 PM
ABRONS ARTS CENTER EXPERIMENTAL THEATER
466 Grand Street
Turbulence (a dance about the economy) is a bodily response to economic crisis, an experimental hybrid of contemporary dance, performance, agitprop and circus. A collaborative creation choreographed by Keith Hennessy, Turbulence features a core company from San Francisco, musician Jassem Hindi from Paris and ten local performers. Modeling efficient solutions to economic and ecological crises, Turbulence uses resources sparingly and is adaptable to various venues. The intent of Turbulence is to inspire engagement and discourse in response to current economic crises and their historical antecedents.