Friday, January 18, 2013

Anyone interested in going?

Inspired by ancient themes of the "mythic hero′s journey" found in medieval Welsh literature, Wolf-in-Skins is an evening-length "dance-opera" choreographed and directed by Christopher Williams and composed by Gregory Spears.  Driven by choreographed operatic sequences supported by supertitles, the work combines live music, dance, and visual design to re-imagine lost mythology as a staged ritual.  Featuring a 10-piece chamber orchestra with period instruments to accompany its large cast of New York and Philadelphia based dancerssingers, and instrumentalists,workshop preview performances of the work′s first act will be presented by Philadelphia Dance Projects and American Opera Projects.  Collaborators for the work include costume designers Andrew Jordan, Ciera Wells, and Carol Binion, set designers Tom Lee and Michael Wang, and lighting designer Joe Levasseur.
January 25th & 26th at 7:30pm & January 26th at 2:30pm, 2013
Conwell Dance Theater, Temple University

1801 North Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19122

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