Marking Time

at the Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival
When: Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 2:30pm 
Where: Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Marking Time considers the mystery of time and its passing with three recent works from the Company and a new piece from mother and child dancers/choreographers Erica and Ruby Hagen.

 

Presented as part of the Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival.

 

The Program:

 

Luminous Phenomena - Along the Way features 5 dancers with original live and recorded music by keyboardist Jessica Krash.

 

Bona Fides is a celebration of female kinship and tea rituals, accompanied by Anthony Hyatt on violin.

 

Placehold is a dance/music improvisation by the NHDPG dancers and musicians Rich O'Meara (percussion and found instruments) and Gary Rouzer (cello and found instruments).

 

Child's Play: a game of follow the leader between dancer/choreographer  Erica Hagen and her one year old daughter Ruby raises the question of who is leading whom.

 

The Performers:

 

Choreography:  Nancy Havlik & the Company

Dancers: Jaya Adiga, Amanda Blythe, Jonathan DeVilbiss, Erica Hagen, Ruby Hagen, Ken Manheimer, Peg Schaefer, Sarah Schaffer, Hannah Whitley

Musicians: Anthony Hyatt (violin)  Jessica Krash (composer, piano and electronics), Rich O’Meara (percussion and found instruments), Gary Rouzer (cello and found instruments).

 

Photo: Brian Harris

 

Stay tuned for more information about the Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival 2015 and tickets at www.atlasarts.org

 

 

 

© 2019 by Nancy Havlik's Dance Performance Group.

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