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DCM Works in Progress Showing

DCM works in progress showing

December 10, Thursday

5:00 PM, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Dance Theatre

The Dance Company of Middlebury presents, From Somewhere, a work in progress showing. Free.

Dance Company of Middlebury: From Somewhere

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8:00 PM Saturday, 2:00 PM Sunday,

Mahaney Center for the Arts, Dance Theatre

From Somewhere culminates the two-semester creative process of the Dance Company of Middlebury (DCM,) guided by artistic director Tzveta Kassabova in collaboration with Joshua Bisset and Laura Quattrocchi of Shua Group. The program includes the award winning piece The Opposite of Killing as well as Motorless Park, a work that draws on images, sound, and energy derived from DCM’s residency in Detroit, Michigan, offering a simultaneously beautiful and haunting portrait of human geography. After the premiere in Middlebury, the work will tour to Dance Place in Washington D.C.  Sponsored by the Dance Program. Buy Tickets: $12 Public/$10 Middlebury ID holders/$6 Middlebury students; on sale January 11.


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DCM performs in Washington, DC

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Motorless Park

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by Shua Group and The Dance Company of Middlebury

In collaboration with James Cornish (music) and Billy Mark (music)

Performers:
Otto Pierce, Vladimir Kremenovic, Miguel A. Castillo, Huirong Jia, Lorena Neira, Mandy Kimm
and by Tzveta Kassabova, Joshua Bisset & Laura Quattrocchi

Friday Sept 4 @ 7pm at Light Box

Saturday Sept 5 @ 6:30pm in the field at the intersection of Chene and Mack, Detroit. Park on Grandy St.

FREE

Special Thanks to Light Box, Stefanie Cohen, Corey Gearhart,
Thomas Bell, Christina de Roos ( Spread Art ), James Cornish Billy Mark and Middlebury College.

Poolastic and Black Igloo

October 5-9, Monday-Friday
Various campus locations
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Shua Group (NY/NJ) and the Dance Company of Middlebury present two interactive installations that visitors can discover on campus. Find them, then jump into a pool of plastic, or listen to the melting of an ice sculpture. Through drastically different aesthetics and experiences, the installations offer metaphors for our relationship with environment. Sponsored by the Environmental Studies and Dance programs and Middlebury College Museum of Art as part of the Celebration of 50 Years of Environmental Education and Leadership at Middlebury.

Garden

October 8, 9 Thursday and Friday
6:30 PM Thursday; Noon and 2:00 PM Friday; Outside Mead Memorial Chapel
3cgarden1.jpgThis large-scale, site-specific installation celebrates the passage of knowledge, experience, and hope from one generation to another. By slowly crisscrossing colorful, oversized ribbons within an expansive environment, the performers alter the color, density, and time signature of space, creating a world in which each movement and architectural detail is illuminated. Developed by Tzveta Kassabova with the Dance Company of Middlebury. Sponsored by the Environmental Studies and Dance programs and Middlebury College Museum of Art as part of the Celebration of 50 Years of Environmental Education and Leadership at Middlebury.

Program in Dance

Mahaney Center for the Arts
72 Porter Field Road
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT 05753