New Work Premiering on Threads Dance Project for Tapestries 3.0
March 23 & 24
The TEKBOX, 528 Hennepin Ave 2nd Floor
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Tapestries 3.0 features new and reprised works showcasing the diverse perspectives and talents of Artistic Director Karen L. Charles and local guest choreographers: Alexandra Bodnarchuk, Vie Boheme, and Jim Lieberthal.
The featured guest choreographers will expose many aspects of humanity –exploring mental and physical turmoil, women’s intuition, and personal and group support. Karen L. Charles’ excerpt from “Humanity & Elysian Fields Avenue” (2012), is an ode to the Gulf Coast residents devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2007 and hurricanes in Houston, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean this past year - a journey of how the human spirit, though devastated by natural disaster, returns and remains an integral part of the cultural tapestry of America.
Experience this exciting performance featuring multiple strong, diverse voices in dance.
*This production contains mature content.
Alexandra teaches Partnering at Zenon
In this class students will explore many aspects of partnering technique, from sharing weight to exploring levels of touch. Students will learn how to safely and successfully make contact and support another body in space, and may be challenged to choreograph short partnering phrases or collectively solve creative problems. ALL LEVELS