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MFA Thesis concert: Elisa Foshay

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MFA Thesis concert: Elisa Foshay


Trans/Re/Per/form
An MFA thesis concert choreographed by Elisa Foshay

Wednesday 3/20/13 6:00pm
Sunday 3/24/13 3:00pm

@ Green Hill Center for NC Art
Greensboro Cultural Center
200 N. Davie st.
Downtown GSO

AND

Wednesday 3/27/13 at 6:00pm
Sunday 4/07/13 at 3:00pm

@Gatewood Studio Arts Building
527 Highland Ave.
UNCG campus


Featuring music composed by Brian Koenig, Steven Landis and Nicholas Rich

Performers include Raina Cephas, Bree Holstein, Emily Redd, Dylan Reddish, Maggie Zhao, Danielle Kinne, Michael Lee, Jennifer McNure, John Meroney, Elisa Foshay, Steven Landis, Brian Koenig, Daniel Arocho, and Corey Denham

Space in the galleries is limited! Arrive early!

All performances are free and open to the public. Gallery donations gratefully accepted.

Tran/Re/Per/form is an investigation of the potential for performance to effect change in the artist, audience and the work of art itself. In choosing to present her dances outside the traditional realm of the theater, Foshay invites a more intimate relationship between the performers and audience members, transforming the passive theatrical experience into activity as they migrate together around the gallery spaces. Imperfect Democracy, one of five dances on the program, is a quintet with original music composition by Nicholas Rich that explores issues of multiculturalism and race relations in 21st century America, questioning the power of dance to instigate personal reflection and its potential to reform public consciousness. Later, Foshay performs the solo The Way of Things in a sea of over 1000 origami paper cranes, caught in an undulating cycle of time, exhilaration and disintegration alongside composer/bassist Steven Landis. Finally, a cast of four skilled improvisational dancers team up with electric guitar phenom and composer Brian Koenig, exploring themes of relationship through a spectrum of ideas ranging from relative distance to the Tango. Throughout the performance, audience members are invited to roam the gallery and change locations with each dance.


For more information: performingarts.uncg.edu/dance
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