MAY 2004 PERFORMANCE SERIES
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LINKS HALL studio theater seats 65.
Practice/Process/Performance Links Hall 25th Anniversary Celebration
Sunday May 2, 2004
Contact Jam: dance or watch, coffee and pastries!
Video Party: videos of events that have happened in Links Hall, snacks!
Gala Performance by LH founders Carol Bobrow, Bob Eisen, and Charlie Vernon. Reception!
Join us to celebrate 25 years of practice, process, and performance at Links Hall!
Experience an extraordinary evening of visually striking dance that touches the senses. Michigan’s leading contemporary dance company performs five diverse pieces from their amazing repertory. The concert features the exquisite multimedia work “Behavior of Circles,” choreographed by DDC’s Barbara Selinger and integrating paintings by Pati Scobey, original music by Andrew Bishop, and stunning videography that moves and breathes with the dancers. The gifted ensemble will also perform works by DDC’s associate artistic director Kay Rediers, and dancer/choreographer Anh Nguyen both admired for their strong musicality and refreshing movement style.
For more info: (810) 444 – 4553, or www.detroitdancecollective.org.
Field Trips The Field/Chicago
May 21, 22 and 23
Friday and Saturday 8:00 p.m.,
Sunday 7:00 p.m.
The Field/Chicago is part of a national network of Field sites. Based in New York, The Field offers programs that help independent artists create new artwork, manage their careers, and develop long-range strategies for sustaining a life in the arts. For the public, they make the work of hundreds of artists accessible on an intimate basis through the Field Trips performance series. Each year, The Field serves over 1,500 artists in the disciplines of dance, theater, music, text, performance art and film/video. www.thefield.org
As I Go Sabrina Cavins
May 27, 28, & 29, 2004
Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8:00 p.m.
Admission $10, $6 over 65 or under age 12
Join Chicago dance artist Sabrina Cavins for an evening of discovery, creativity, and spontaneity. For her first solo concert, Cavins has prepared a moving journey from the known to the unknown. “As I Go” will premiere three works, with qualities ranging from tranquillity to lighthearted chaos.