In this riveting performance by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, repetition plays the lead role. A seminal postmodern work, Rosas danst Rosas is unequivocally feminine—four women dancers engage in a dialogue of fierce movements that are countered by small everyday gestures. The exhaustion and perseverance that come with it create an emotional tension that contrasts sharply with the rigorous structure of this choreography by an internationally renowned dancemaker.
Join us on October 3 from 1 -4 PM for a Takeover at UNC’s Wilson and Davis Libraries, featuring UNC students and dancers from Durham-based ShaLeigh Dance Works. This free event is open to the public, and is hosted in partnership with University Libraries. Going to be in Downtown Durham, that day? Keep your eyes out for Re:Rosas by Durham Independent Dance Artists, who will be popping up around town!
In the 19/20 season, Durham Independent Dance Artists (DIDA) and Carolina Performing Arts will host post-performance gatherings open to the public after Rosas danst Rosas on October 9 and Loch na hEala on November 20 at Crossroads Chapel Hill at the Carolina Inn. NO RSVP (or knowledge of dance) is necessary: come grab a drink or a snack and chat with us! Learn more about DIDA here.