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Rothenberg, a pioneering veteran of New York’s improvising community, embraces both minimalism and expressionism on saxophones, clarinets, and the shakuhachi, an end-blown Japanese flute he manipulates with dramatic subtlety.
The high-pitched songs and signals of birds, bats, and bugs fly out of Yamasaki’s mouth.
He’s treating his body as an archive, developing choreographic portraits based on the sequencing of his own genome; every performance is different, but they all feature ten dancers, sets and projections by Ben Cullen Williams, and an original electronic score by Jlin.
Lucy Carder designs the lights, Aitor Throup the costumes, and Uzma Hameed puzzles out the dramaturgy; the piece is “an abstract meditation on aspects of self, life, and writing.” The Saturday matinee performance is “Pay What You Decide”: Make a reservation for a dollar, and then figure out what it’s worth to you after you see it.
Concerned by shrinking dance audiences, they’re doing their best to nurture a dance laboratory in Queens.The Saturday show’s family-friendly, with activities for kids seven and up beginning at two., with the goal of someday housing the artifacts in a desert pyramid. troublemakers Commodore Gilgamesh and Ghoul Skool (a/k/a Dimitri Simakis and Nic Maier) continue to mount dadaist performances and concoct lysergic collage films such as , a 75-minute supercut — think Bruce Conner meets Negativland — of cable-religion hokum, puke-worthy puppetry, and cheesy horror flicks.South African DJ and house producer Black Coffee, the most popular noise in African electronic music, headlines the Apollo’s sixth annual “Africa Now!
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The Terribles will also appear in person, elaborately costumed amid puppets and their devoted audience’s VHS offerings.