Thursday, May 3 at 7:30pm
Friday, May 4 at 7:30pm
Tickets: $25/general admission and $16/children, ages 6 to 18?
Kids 5 and under are free?
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Hamlin Park Studio Theater
3035 N. Hoyne in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood
Street parking is available.
We’re thrilled to be performing with BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance at Hamlin Park! You’ll get to see Trashed, our award winning work choreographed by Winifred Haun and renowned Australian Circus Artist, Emma Serjeant. Trashed combines Modern Dance and Contemporary Circus to tell the story of how humans have to come to clutter their lives with too much stuff, and how all that stuff keeps us from each other.
You’ll also get to see The Woman Who Fed Her Diamonds to the Goldfish Bowl, which was originally choreographed in 2001 by Lonny Joseph Gordon for Winifred Haun. The Woman Who… explores the inner life of a uniquely disturbed woman and features interesting props: a table, a doll, jewelry, and water in a goldfish bowl.
BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will show 2 works, also: their recently premiered rose walk green ice and Fault Line. The culmination of a trilogy that began with HOME and Agawam, rose walk green ice explores self-awareness within communal bonds, by varying spatial orientation to the audience, and utilizing various groupings. By highlighting key moments from previous parts of the trilogy, audiences are offered multiple perspectives of each character in the dance. Through these perspectives, notions of familial bonding and identity formation are revealed.
Fault Line is a duet that reflects growth, repetition, intimacy, and separation, which parallels human relationships at varying levels of connection. Complicated phrase work and partnering embody how relationships and movement can ricochet, support, and harmonize.