Wayne McGregor's FAR Illuminates Modern Dance With Thousands of LED Lights
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The last date listed for FAR was Saturday May 3, 2014 / 8:00pm.
The weather was cloudy.. I wore skinny jeans and a nice top with booties. .One Mic: Breaking Form: global urban contemporary dance dress • Jun 27 2014 star this tip starred
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Amazing dancers, fascinating melding of LED lights display and stage lighting, music with sung text and noise elements. Wayne McGregor makes the audience go beyond conventional expectations for dance to contemplate the mind-body connection.
My seat was near the stage and way on the side. Closeness to the stage is a plus for this piece --- you can see the dancer's muscles twitching, which is part of the choreography.
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The dancers worked very hard and were skillful, but after the first twenty minutes, the dancing became boring because it was too much of the same thing. Also, the very loud and grating music was okay for short periods but unfortunately went on...continued
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