( Fri., Oct. 6, 2023 - Sat., Oct. 7, 2023 )
Goodyear Arts, 301 Camp Road Suite 200, Charlotte, NC 28206
ShaLeigh Dance Works (Durham) shares an excerpt of enVISION: Sensory Beyond Sight as an immersive, interdisciplinary performance that proposes a new experience of dance and theater that engages senses beyond the visual.
Halidom, by Joy Davis and Eric Mullis (Charlotte), is a duet created in Tokyo and Kyoto in 2019. Together, they engage in
conversation between the artists’ movement vernaculars and Japanese Butoh.
In Lee Edwards’ (Durham) reclamation: processing (through) lament, the dancers explore the “now” and the waves of the past which we are constantly reckoning with, asking how rest, play, and joy exist alongside the chaos of our present moment.
Carol Finley and Courtney White (Raleigh) present Misfortunes,a collaborative duet on stationary bikes that employs humor to challenge competition culture in group fitness environments and consider the randomness of what comes our way.
The NC Dance Festival is an annual touring showcase of modern and contemporary choreography by NC artists, coordinated by Dance Project. The Festival establishes a network of venues for professional regional choreography and performance, expanding accessibility of dance throughout the state while raising the profile of North Carolina’s own artists. The North Carolina Dance Festival has been supported by state and local arts councils as well as local and national foundations and individual donations.
200 N. Davie St., Suite 321, Greensboro, NC 27401