Paul Taylor American Modern Dance
benefiting Dancers Responding to AIDS
Wednesday, March 22 at 7 pm
David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center, NYC
A limited number of orchestra seats benefiting Dancers Responding to AIDS are available for $100 for the 7 pm performance on Wednesday, March 22. Tickets include intermission access to the exclusive Patrons Lounge on the Promenade level of the David H. Koch Theater.
The March 22 performance includes:
Airs, one of Taylor’s celebrated collection of dances set to baroque music. Although it tells no specific story, the dance, with music by Handel, is chock full of movement invention and comments upon relationships, romance and spirituality.
Lost, Found and Lost, which had its genesis in Taylor’s 1957 suite, 7 New Dances, a collection of postural ABCs that spotlighted the close kinship of posture to gesture. It features such natural postures as people waiting impatiently in line, as if at a bank, and is set to the kind of lush, syrupy “supermarket music” that forms the soundscape for so much of contemporary life.
Larry Keigwin’s Rush Hour, set to an original score by composer Adam Crystal, exploring the daily activity of a crowded New York City sidewalk, combining pedestrian movement with explosive athleticism. Inspired by the grid of the city’s streets, dancers traverse and cross the stage in ritualistic, mesmerizing motifs as they compete for attention and attempt to get ahead in the fast-paced, ambitious city.
Program subject to change.
Tickets will not be mailed for this event. You may pick up your tickets from a DRA representative outside of the theatre near the far right door beginning at 6:30 pm. Look for the DRA sign to point you in the right direction.
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