Baird presents a program of distinctive solo and ensemble
work in a rare collection of contemporary dance from established
and emerging choreographers, featuring site-specific work
and scenic projections.
21 - 22, 2004 (same
program both evenings)
Shelton-Mann / Company Mécanique - Stephen
Pelton - Amy Seiwert / im’ij-re - Alisa Rasera / AXIS
Dance Company - Leyya Tawil / Dance Elixir - Tara Brandel
- Natasha Carlitz - Kelly Kemp
Shelton-Mann / Company
Eddy, against the
Hurdy-gurdy Man, a haunting, moving portrait of
the physical embodiment of evil.
Seiwert / im’ij-re
pas de deux to the sensual world music sounds of award-winning
composer John Zeretske.
Rasera / AXIS
Lights, a reflection on how our earliest memories attempt
to define our history.
Tawil / Dance Elixir
Fée, inspired by the French culture of Absinthe,
performed to a new work by Christopher Keyes.
Dances, celebrating our capacity for love in the face
of current war and conflict.
Summer, an abstraction of the life cycle of a butterfly.
a portrayal of the methods we use to shift in and out of
situations, with Balinese recordings by Mickey Hart.