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    Secrets & Motion

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    September 13 - September 15, 2013


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    Secrets & Motion

    This September, be among the first to see Luminarium Dance Company’s new feature production, Secrets & Motion, which combines dance, light, and text to create a performance riddled with contemplative thought, and a little humor. Collaborating with photographer Larry Pratt and installation artist Hannah Verlin, Luminarium presents an evening inspired by the secrets we keep, share, and dismantle, while transforming the Armory into a...

    This September, be among the first to see Luminarium Dance Company’s new feature production, Secrets & Motion, which combines dance, light, and text to create a performance riddled with contemplative thought, and a little humor. Collaborating with photographer Larry Pratt and installation artist Hannah Verlin, Luminarium presents an evening inspired by the secrets we keep, share, and dismantle, while transforming the Armory into a breathing work of art. Secrets & Motion is an evening of several new works by Luminarium Artistic Directors Merli V. Guerra and Kimberleigh A. Holman, woven into one cohesive production. Among the highlights of Secrets & Motion is a new dance-on-camera film by Guerra and group work by Holman. Played in reverse, Guerra's film The One I Keep questions the secrets we withhold versus the multitude we share, told through the eyes of a solo performer caught in the turbulence of thousands of flying paper notes. Adding levity to the production, Holman will present a dark-but-comedic trio based on the Benjamin Franklin quote “three can keep a secret if two of them are dead,” all set to a Mozart piano sonata. From solo studies to large group movement, each piece of choreography finds inspiration in historical or contemporary secrets, hidden text, cultural phenomena, or personal experience.


    Center for Arts at the Armory

    191 Highland Ave
    Somerville, MA 02145

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    Admission Info:

    $20 (general) / $18 (students, seniors, BDA members)


    General Day and Time Info:

    8pm on Friday and Saturday evenings, 2pm on Sunday.


    Phone: 6174774494


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