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Todays Date: 10/19/19
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UN LIEU DE VIE  | Open: 10/26/14 Close: 11/03/14
Un Lieu de Vie is an experiential piece that is loosely based on the 1917 Jean Cocteau - Erik Satie - Pablo Picasso collaboration of the ballet Parade. It represents the collective memory of Erik, an eccentric, memory-starved, and lonely New York artist who seeks glimpses of the past while wandering the streets of Manhattan. Through Erik's rumination, we are transported to specific locales at various stages of his life. We experience Erik's memories through the clamor of sounds, sights, and rhythms that embolden him to fulfill his destiny. Performed in English & French

Producer/Creator: Allan Markowitz and concrete timbre & d'moiselles

Composers:  Chris Chappell, Whitney George, Lillian Redl, Ann Warren, and Erik Satie

Writers:  Carina Beckerman, Terence Diamond, Mark Farnen, Nancy Greening, Sylvaine Hinglais, Ann Warren, and Erik Satie

Projections:  Robert Morton

Director:  Ann Warren

Music Director:  Whitney George

Choreographer:  Michelle Stuckey

Production Stage Manager:  Joanne Schwartzberg

Musicians:  Piano:  Melinda Faylor, Double Bass:  Emilio Guarino, Percussion:  Joe Tucker, Violin/Viola: Pedro Vizzarro Vallejos, Trombone: David Whitwell, and Saxophone:  Manuela Lechler

Performers: Nathalie Bryant, Fedly Daniel, David A. Green, Samantha Grassian, Zilong Zee


About the Company: concrete timbre

Concrete Timbre (founded 1999) is a composer-driven performance collective. The foundation of our art is to add bold interdisciplinary performances to the contemporary music canon by creating opportunities for composers to work in multidisciplinary settings that often defy categorization.  www.ConcreteTimbre.com

Jocasta  | Open: 04/05/12 Close: 04/08/12
This taut, humorous and ironic journey takes a second look at the myth of Oedipus from HER point of view. Jocasta and her mother Ismene have a tense reunion on the eve of her marriage to the stranger, Oedipus. Years later Jocasta and her first maidservant must deal with the truth about the man she married, loved and must leave behind.


Modern"

Dance.Modern

Jocasta  | Open: 04/05/12 Close: 04/08/12
This taut, humorous and ironic journey takes a second look at the myth of Oedipus from HER point of view. Jocasta and her mother Ismene have a tense reunion on the eve of her marriage to the stranger, Oedipus. Years later Jocasta and her first maidservant must deal with the truth about the man she married, loved and must leave behind.


Modern"

Dance.Modern