Shamel Pitts's Black Velvet: Architectures and Archetypes and Bobbi Jene Smith's A Study on Effort

Both programs will be performed in succession each night.
Each program contains nudity throughout and explicit/sexual content. Appropriate for ages 16 years and older.

Black Velvet: Architectures and Archetypes
Dancer Shamel Pitts (formerly of Batsheva Dance Company) and Brazilian performance artist Mirelle Martins’ Black Velvet is “a heart-piercing exploration of gender, race, identity, love and friendship” (Time Out Israel).

A Study on Effort
Created by veteran of Batsheva Dance Company Bobbi Jene Smith, this hour-long dialogue between dancer Ariel Freedman and violinist Keir GoGwilt is an emotional collaboration and a visceral experience. (Please note: Bobbi Jene Smith is unable to perform on April 24 and 25. Her role will be danced by Ariel Freedman.)

Tickets $27

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