This preview has been provided by the American Dance Festival.
Having made a splash in the world of dance with an evocative interdisciplinary body of work that examines humanity's identity and diversity as it relates to personal history, Kyle Abraham is quickly establishing himself as one of today's most innovative and provocative artists. His company will make its ADF debut this summer with Abraham's 2010 smash hit, The Radio Show. This evening length work examines the effects of the loss of communication within a community, from the discontinuation of a radio station, to the onset of Alzheimer's and aphasia within a family unit. His luscious, bold, and fearless movement vocabulary is propelled forward by a score that fuses smooth soul, hip hop, and contemporary classical music, making for an evening of unforgettably breathtaking dance.
Location: Reynolds Industries Theater at Duke University
Date and Time: June 26-June 28 at 8:00pm
Editorial content and all formats copyright 2001-13 CVNC and the respective authors. Aside from single copies printed for personal use, reproduction in any form without authorization of CVNC and the respective authors is prohibited. Contact us for details.