Good Night at The Southern features local artists sharing new ideas, works in progress and previews of upcoming performances.
May 13 will feature:
Leila Awadallah - A Palestinian-American dancer, choreographer, film maker and interdisciplinary performance artist will be presenting an early experiment in collective mapping of a dance that lives inside the imagined landscape of many borders - physical, idealogical, and metaphorical - that constantly shift / block / and sometimes break.
Madelyn Bakken - a recent Gustavus Dance grad,will be presenting her work that was selected for the American College Dance Association, 8:20. She also is showing a solo work on a dancer, Process, that is connected in meaning with 8:20, but is a separate work. This piece was Madelyn’s Dance Honors project, and has been in the making for about a year and a half.
Charles Campbell - is the artistic director of Skewed Visions and he will be extracting a short bit from a new installation-performance called "Birds of the Future" which is a post-time-travel/dystopia meditation on seeing our post-everything "now" as an opportunity for change.
Sally Rousse -- multi-faceted dance artist she will be presenting a preview of her current work, Reckoning Agents, that taps her long-held attraction to the fictional world of spies and working with great movers Eve Shulte and Dmitri Peskov.
Come as you are, all are welcome!
Tickets are sold at the door and pay what you can
Join us at the bar starting at 6:30pm for a local beer, glass of wine, pop or a snack!
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Date and Time
Mon, May 13, 2019 7:30 PM
- Pay What You Can General Admission