Renowned for showing up in unexpected places, the Trisha Brown Dance Company will be seen ––at multiple times and in multiple ways––in and about town this month, beginning with a New York City performance on June 26, of Brown’s last work, “I’m going to toss my arms—if you catch them they’re yours,” as part of the 2014 River to River Festival. (There is an open rehearsal on June 25.) Presented by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC), the dance, which was originally created for the proscenium stage, will be transformed to a site-specific piece to accommodate the space on Pier 15 at the South Street Seaport.
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Two short Ellen Jacobs Associates stories: 1. Trisha Brown’s career has been as fluid as her movement. We worked closely… Read more »
Trisha Brown is well known for creating dances in unexpected places and surprising spaces such as SoHo rooftops (1973), on… Read more »