Free/Fall: Dance Theater Piece Explores the Cosmos
Free/Fall: Explorations of Inner and Outer Space opens with a thrill-seeker about to take one giant leap 24 miles above the earth. This innovative new dance-theater work, examining the link between the dynamics of human risk-taking and the physical elements of the cosmos, is the result of the first-ever collaboration between Theater Emory and the Emory Dance Program. A company of 16 professional and student actors, dancers and writers came together to create the piece, which looks at our relationship to the universe and to each other through voice, movement and music.
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The last date listed for Free/Fall: Explorations of Inner and Outer Space was Sunday April 13, 2014 / 2:00pm.
This performance runs 75 minutes with no intermission.