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REIMAGINE: 30 YEARS | REIMAGINED

Presented by Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre at Online Event

Sep 12 2020
REIMAGINE: 30 YEARS | REIMAGINED

A virtual re-creation of selected works from AADT’s postponed show REIMAGINE celebrating 30 years in Austin, TX

REIMAGINE was to premiere May 1, 2020 at The Long Center’s Rollins Theater featuring music composed and performed by Graham Reynolds with Alexis Buffum on Violin and Nora Karakousoglou on Cello. After rehearsals were suspended and the performances were postponed, Artistic Director, Andrea Ariel regrouped with the company dancers on Zoom to create a reimagined, virtual version of the show.

REIMAGINE was to be an evening of dance and live music that reimagined and weaved AADT’s past

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ADMISSION INFO

This is a free event and donations are welcomed. We will be giving 20% of donations to support the Austin Justice Coalition and Black Art Matters.

You can register for your free ticket and make a donation of any amount at the ticket link listed. https://reimagine30years.eventbrite.com/

On the day of the premiere we will email you the link for the livestream.

Contact: 512-423-0457

Email: arieldance@me.com

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

Additional time info:

The livestream will be active 30 minutes prior to starting. The company will be online during the premiere to live chat with viewers, so we hope you will tune in!

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

VIDEOS

  • Post-it Dance Experiment #3 is part of a six part series created during our virtual creative process for REIMAGINED. It was performed and recorded live on zoom. It features music by Graham Reynolds and the talents of AADT dancers Whitney O’Baugh, Luis Ordaz, Ceci Proeger, Rebecca McLindon, Kevin Armstrong, and Sandie Donzica. The experiment is based on an improvisational ensemble building game we use to develop material and connections between the dancers. If we were in the studio we would stand in a circle. The person who starts brings a movement idea to the ensemble and then passes it to the next person who then takes the ideas given and develops from there….and so on until it comes back to the first person who ends it. We are experimenting with movement in relationship to the three-dimensional space within a two-dimensional rectangle.

LOCATION

Online Event

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ACCESSIBILITY INFO

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