Friday, 22. February 2019, OZ Arts Nashville, The Triangle & Girls by New Dialect

World Premiere By New Dialect, Nationally Acclaimed Contemporary Dance Collective

The Triangle & Girls, which will have its world premiere at OZ Arts, represents the most potent discoveries from a series exploring concepts of human weakness and limitation.
Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2016, New Dialect artistic director Banning Bouldin began studying new skill sets that would allow her to choreograph without full use of her dancing body.
The Triangle represents the the most potent discoveries from Bouldin’s study with scores of dancers nationwide.
The program also includes Roy Assaf’s celebrated work Girls, performed by New Dialect in its U.S. premiere. In the piece, the Israeli choreographer considers the movements often identified with the female gender, from frailty to grace and frivolity to sexuality. Assaf made his mark touring with internationally recognized choreographer Emanuel Gat as both performer and choreographic assistant. He began independently developing his own works in 2010.

The Triangle & Girls by New Dialect

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