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    MOMIX: Botanica

    Presented by at Texas Performing Arts- Bass Concert Hall

    October 28 - October 29, 2010


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    MOMIX: Botanica

    Moses Pendleton, artistic director Presented in partnership with L Style G Style In this highly anticipated Austin appearance, revolutionary dance company MOMIX brings its breathtaking fantasy piece Botanica to the Bass Concert Hall stage for two incredible evenings. Legendary choreographer Moses Pendleton combines athletic dance, riveting music, outrageous costumes, inventive props, and pure talent to create an unforgettable multimedia...

    Moses Pendleton, artistic director Presented in partnership with L Style G Style In this highly anticipated Austin appearance, revolutionary dance company MOMIX brings its breathtaking fantasy piece Botanica to the Bass Concert Hall stage for two incredible evenings. Legendary choreographer Moses Pendleton combines athletic dance, riveting music, outrageous costumes, inventive props, and pure talent to create an unforgettable multimedia experience. Botanica transports you to a fantasy world of surreal images and childlike wonder brought to life by a cast of dancer-illusionists. Set to an eclectic score that ranges from birdsong to Vivaldi, Botanica reveals nature’s changing imagery in MOMIX’s signature illusionary style. Using large-scale puppets, projected imagery, and larger-than-life props designed by Michael Curry (The Lion King), MOMIX evokes a vivid landscape populated by Pendleton’s whimsical, fertile, and mythical imagination. “Earthly and otherworldly at once—a magnificent vision of the everyday miracles around us.” TIMES UNION ON BOTANICA “The beauty of MOMIX’s ideas is partly in their simplicity, partly in their acknowledgment of rhythm, humor, sex and amazing grace of the human body.” SAN FRANCISCO BAY GUARDIAN


    Texas Performing Arts- Bass Concert Hall

    2350 Robert Dedman
    Austin, TX 78712

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    $38/$26


    General Day and Time Info:

    8:00 PM


    phone: 512-471-1444

    Parking:

    We recommend you park along Robert Dedman Drive or along Trinity Street. Spaces are limited in these areas, so it’s best to arrive early. There are additional spaces in the parking lots just east of the LBJ library and the Thompson Conference Center, located on the west side of Red River. Covered parking is available in the Manor Parking Garage, located at the corner of Robert Dedman Drive and Clyde Littlefield or the San Jacinto Parking Garage, located on Trinity. Valet parking is available during all Bass Concert Hall performances.



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