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    Stephen Petronio Company

    Presented by at Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston

    February 10 - February 12, 2012


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    Stephen Petronio Company

    Stephen Petronio’s Underland is a sexy, enigmatic fusion of dance, music and visual imagery inspired by the tender, bittersweet songs of pop balladeer Nick Cave. Completing Petronio’s vision is an exquisite triptych of projected imagery by visual designer Ken Tabachnick and video artist Mike Daly as well as costumes by Tara Subkoff. Together with his superb company of 11 dancers, they create the provocative world that is Underland.

    Free preperformance talks with choreographer Stephen Petronio, moderated by dance critic Debra Cash 30 minutes prior to the performances in the ICA lobby.
    Free postperformance Q&A with the company: Friday, February 1


    Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston

    100 Northern Avenue
    Boston, MA 02210

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    Phone: 617-876-4275

    Parking:

    The ICA does not have a parking garage, however there is affordable paid parking available in lots near the ICA.



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