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Celebrating Dance by Dancefusion & 360° Dance Company

2 dates from September 6 2013 - September 7 2013
Mandell Theater at Drexel University, 33rd + Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19104
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    • Sep 06
    • Friday, September 6, 2013,
    • 6:00 PM - 7:05 PM
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    • Sep 06
    • Friday, September 6, 2013,
    • 9:00 PM - 10:05 PM
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    • Sep 07
    • Saturday, September 7, 2013,
    • 3:00 PM - 4:05 PM
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    • Sep 07
    • Saturday, September 7, 2013,
    • 6:00 PM - 7:05 PM
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Description

Dancefusion, celebrating 25 years, and 360 Dance Company from New York City will co-present two dynamic programs combining historic modern dances with new contemporary work. Choreographers include Pauline Koner, Eve Gentry, Jane Dudley, Ricardo Flores, Martin Lofsnes, and Anna Hillengas Troester.

Program 1: Fri. Sept 6 at 6pm and 9pm:
Dancefusion will present Three Women and The False Mirror. 360º Dance Company will present Tenant of the Street and Purpura. Please be advised that this program contains partial nudity.

Program 2: Sat. Sept 7 at 3pm and 6pm:
Dancefusion will present Concertino and That which is left unsaid. 360º Dance Company will present Near Dark, Tenant of the Street, and Time is Money. This program is appropriate for all ages.

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Dancefusion and 360° Dance Company will co-present Celebrating Dance in two dynamic programs combining historic modern dances with new contemporary works.

Program 1 Friday, Sept. 6th at 6 & 9pm - Dancefusion presents Three Women and The False Mirror. 360º Dance Company presents Tenant of the Street and Purpura

Program 2 Saturday, Sept. 7th at 3 & 6pm - Dancefusion presents Concertino and That which is left unsaid. 360º Dance Company presents Near Dark, Tenant of the Street, and Time is Money.

360º Dance Company, a New York-based company comprised of former principal dancers from the Martha Graham Dance Company and other artists, is dedicated to combining the great classics of modern dance with cutting-edge contemporary commissions. The 360º Dance Company will feature two contemporary works and two historic works. Near Dark, a new work by Artistic Director Martin Lofsnes is based on the writings of Norwegian painter Edvard Munch. This work creates a visual landscape in five diverse sections. Using projections to further enhance the atmosphere, the audience is taken on a journey of unusual images and dynamic movement. Purpura is a dance theater work with text and choreography by Ricardo Flores. This work follows a man swirling through images of hopes, dreams and memories; striving to come to terms with the inevitable passing of time. Historic works presented are Tennant of the Street (1938) by Eve Gentry, a solo that pulls the viewer into the inner world of a homeless woman on the street and Time is Money (1932) by Jane Dudley, which depicts images of the devastation experienced in America in the early 1930s, set to a powerful poem by Sol Funaroff. This solo presents a striking example of the current timeliness of the many political still relevant today.
More info: www.360fullcircle.net
Dancefusion, a Philadelphia based modern dance company celebrating 25 years is dedicated to both reconstructing the rich history of modern dance and creating new innovative choreography. Dancefusion will present the revival of Pauline Koner’s Concertino (1956) which uses the flavor of court dances to depict three facets of a ladies life from the Reniassance, along with a new work That which is left unsaid by Anna Troester. This work for seven dancers, explores the shifting landscapes of the meandering, chaotic and conflict-laden aspects of city life. Two works from Dancefusion’s 25 year repertory will also be presented Three Women by founding company member Suellen Haag, inspired by 20th century cubist Ferdinand Leget's painting of the same name and The False Mirror by Joe Cicala, a movement theater work based on the surrealist paintings of Rene Magritte. This work is often humorous and explores changes in perspective and what happens when ordinary objects are place in different environments.
For more information visit Dancefusion website.

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