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Hilary Easton & Co. Present NOISE + SPEED & SORRY I MISSED YOUR SHOW, 1/27-1/28

January 28
1:30 2011

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Hilary Easton + Co. perform excerpts from Noise + Speed for Past/Forward, presented by NYU Tisch School of the Arts at The Skirball Center. Noise + Speed, with original music by Thomas Cabaniss, premiered at The Danspace Project at St. Mark's Church in 2008. This 12-minute excerpt of the dance is performed by company members Alexandra Albrecht, Chelsea Glassman, Michael Ingle, Joshua Palmer and Emily Pope-Blackman.

Past/Forward
Friday, January 28, 2011
8:00pm
NYU Skirball Center
566 Laguardia Place (at Washington Square South), NYC
$25 regular admission
$20 faculty/staff/alum
$12 students and seniors

Ticket info: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
212-352-3101
www.skirballcenter.nyu.edu

For this Past/Forward performance, Hilary Easton + Co. shares the program with wonderful artists including Patricia Hoffbauer, Jeanine Durning, Bruno Augusto, T Lang, Naomi Goldberg Haas, and Gary Schaufeld. We open the program, so don't be late!

Sorry I Missed Your Show!, a video screening and artist talk back series for dance works, is a series co-presented by Dance/NYC and Gibney Dance. The next program in the series will feature the artist Hilary Easton, showing videos of examples of past work, focusing upon her recent dance Light and Shade. A post-screening conversation will be moderated by Brian Rogers, Artistic Director of The Chocolate Factory. Please save the date and plan to join us in this presentation and conversation!

Sorry I Missed Your Show!
Saturday, January 29, 2011
Gibney Dance Center, NYC
890 Broadway, 5th floor.
4:30-6:30
Admission Free
RSVP:
http://simyshilary.eventbrite.com/

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