BULLY at Triskelion Arts Center
Triskelion Arts is pleased to present BULLY, a new work by Danté Brown | Warehouse Dance this February in the Muriel Schulman Theater. BULLY is a collaborative physical response to the caricatures of horror movies, and how a witness responds to discomfort. The company questions how proximity, invitation, and risk are a means to ignite our discomfort, an emotional state that leads us to various responses – judgment, laughter, and empathy. They focus on showing how a range of physical events can generate that state for a multitude of responses to lead to self-reflection, while giving homage to the horror movie caricatures they’ve grown to love.
Dante Brown|Warehouse Dance is thrilled to present its first fundraiser event, WarmUp, launching our Winter 2015 Kickstarter! Come join a cozy night filled with free food, compliments of MeBakes, a beautiful donation bar, a dancer friendly, silent auction for last minute holiday shopping, and an amazing performance from musical guest, Latasha Alcindor AKA L.A.
CRAWL: Chapter 4
CRAWL: Chapter 4 brings you performances from Danté Brown, Gregory Dolbashian, and Evan Okun, in a hip-hop driven, immersive show that comments on privilege, power structures, and coming of age.
The Middle Passage
The obscura presents inside the gallery what is outside of the gallery; our world, and specifically, a gentrifying Brooklyn block in a neighborhood that is undergoing modern day colonization. In a blissful reclamation, the world’s perspective is the artists’ to control. Inside the walls of the gallery it becomes abundantly clear that the world is what we make it – what we have made it. And that when you cut a hole in the darkness, you fill it with light.