String Theory: Sonic Sculpture, Dance and Music at the Broad Stage
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The last date listed for String Theory: Sonic Sculpture, Dance and Music was Saturday February 19, 2011 / 7:30pm.
Currently at The Broad Stage at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center:
- Full Price:
- $85.00 - $87.00
- Our Price:
- $42.50 - $43.50
Ballet legend Mikhail Baryshnikov joins Annie-B Parson and Paul Lazar, the team behind the internationally acclaimed Big Dance Theater, to bring two of Anton Chekhov's haunting love stories to the stage in Man in a Case. Growing out of the choreographers' mixed media style, the production draws on everything from surveillance footage to folk dance, instructional hunting videos and interviews with the cast to examine the every-day tragedy of fear trumping the pursuit of life's most promising possibilities. In the first story, an officious, anti-social man becomes involved with an extroverted woman. The second, a tale of moral ambiguity, centers on a protagonist who forgoes his love for a married woman. Learn More
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See excerpts from String Theory’s show at YouTube.
String Theory is a mind-bending ensemble of sonic sculpture, dance and music, guaranteed to stretch your perception of art. (In fact, its signature Long-Stringed Harps have been known to stretch as far as 1,000 feet). Expansive yet intimate, every performance is designed specifically for the venue. So, what you’ll see at The Broad is entirely different from what people saw at TED 2010.