Saturday, December 27, 2003

Many performances have been created for unusual locations, and choreographer Noemie LaFrance has found one of the least likely. She created her dance "Descent" to take place in the dingy, faded grandeur of a city court building in Lower Manhattan. While the dancers wrap and sway around a 250 foot stairwell, the audience peers over the railing and makes twelve-story trek down, through, and around the dancers. Produced by Sarah Lilley.


Sarah Lilley

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