AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL: Kayla Farrish

von der Heyden Studio Theater, Rubenstein Arts Center 2020 Campus Dr., Durham, NC, United States

Put Away the Fire, dear is a live dance-theater work mapping the journey of six BIPOC and marginalized characters taking the reins of their narrative in an evening-length piece. Jumping through portals spanning reality and cinema, Put Away the Fire, dear, uproots power and history across generations of the American landscape to rupture the leading socio-political narratives living in American cinema of the 1930s-60s. In a 75-minute performance of moving stories, the six characters traverse scenes and worlds through dance theater, storytelling, set design, and a score of reclaimed exploited Black American music.

$32

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL: Kayla Farrish

von der Heyden Studio Theater, Rubenstein Arts Center 2020 Campus Dr., Durham, NC, United States

Put Away the Fire, dear is a live dance-theater work mapping the journey of six BIPOC and marginalized characters taking the reins of their narrative in an evening-length piece. Jumping through portals spanning reality and cinema, Put Away the Fire, dear, uproots power and history across generations of the American landscape to rupture the leading socio-political narratives living in American cinema of the 1930s-60s. In a 75-minute performance of moving stories, the six characters traverse scenes and worlds through dance theater, storytelling, set design, and a score of reclaimed exploited Black American music.

$32

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL: Kayla Farrish

von der Heyden Studio Theater, Rubenstein Arts Center 2020 Campus Dr., Durham, NC, United States

Put Away the Fire, dear is a live dance-theater work mapping the journey of six BIPOC and marginalized characters taking the reins of their narrative in an evening-length piece. Jumping through portals spanning reality and cinema, Put Away the Fire, dear, uproots power and history across generations of the American landscape to rupture the leading socio-political narratives living in American cinema of the 1930s-60s. In a 75-minute performance of moving stories, the six characters traverse scenes and worlds through dance theater, storytelling, set design, and a score of reclaimed exploited Black American music.

$32

Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance: Before the Scream

Hanesbrands Theatre 209 North Spruce Street, Winston-Salem, NC, United States

Get ready for another thrilling Terpsicorps premiere! Featuring interactive projections and Heather Maloy’s spectacularly creative choreography, ‘Before the Scream’ promises to touch your heart, your soul… and your funny bone. The meaning of any work of art, visual or performing, is subject to the imagination of the viewer. Maloy is utilizing this fact to bring Edvard Munch's "The Scream" to life. A series of strikingly different vignettes will explore potential moments leading up to the iconic symbol of human suffering.

$29 – $49

Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance: Before the Scream

Hanesbrands Theatre 209 North Spruce Street, Winston-Salem, NC, United States

Get ready for another thrilling Terpsicorps premiere! Featuring interactive projections and Heather Maloy’s spectacularly creative choreography, ‘Before the Scream’ promises to touch your heart, your soul… and your funny bone. The meaning of any work of art, visual or performing, is subject to the imagination of the viewer. Maloy is utilizing this fact to bring Edvard Munch's "The Scream" to life. A series of strikingly different vignettes will explore potential moments leading up to the iconic symbol of human suffering.

$29 – $49

Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance: Before the Scream

Hanesbrands Theatre 209 North Spruce Street, Winston-Salem, NC, United States

Get ready for another thrilling Terpsicorps premiere! Featuring interactive projections and Heather Maloy’s spectacularly creative choreography, ‘Before the Scream’ promises to touch your heart, your soul… and your funny bone. The meaning of any work of art, visual or performing, is subject to the imagination of the viewer. Maloy is utilizing this fact to bring Edvard Munch's "The Scream" to life. A series of strikingly different vignettes will explore potential moments leading up to the iconic symbol of human suffering.

$29 – $49

Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance: Before the Scream

Wortham Center for the Performing Arts 18 Biltmore Ave. Wortham Center for the Performing Arts, Asheville, NC, United States

Get ready for another thrilling Terpsicorps premiere! Featuring interactive projections and Heather Maloy’s spectacularly creative choreography, ‘Before the Scream’ promises to touch your heart, your soul… and your funny bone. The meaning of any work of art, visual or performing, is subject to the imagination of the viewer. Maloy is utilizing this fact to bring Edvard Munch's "The Scream" to life. A series of strikingly different vignettes will explore potential moments leading up to the iconic symbol of human suffering.

$25 – $65

Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance: Before the Scream

Wortham Center for the Performing Arts 18 Biltmore Ave. Wortham Center for the Performing Arts, Asheville, NC, United States

Get ready for another thrilling Terpsicorps premiere! Featuring interactive projections and Heather Maloy’s spectacularly creative choreography, ‘Before the Scream’ promises to touch your heart, your soul… and your funny bone. The meaning of any work of art, visual or performing, is subject to the imagination of the viewer. Maloy is utilizing this fact to bring Edvard Munch's "The Scream" to life. A series of strikingly different vignettes will explore potential moments leading up to the iconic symbol of human suffering.

$25 – $65

Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance: Before the Scream

Wortham Center for the Performing Arts 18 Biltmore Ave. Wortham Center for the Performing Arts, Asheville, NC, United States

Get ready for another thrilling Terpsicorps premiere! Featuring interactive projections and Heather Maloy’s spectacularly creative choreography, ‘Before the Scream’ promises to touch your heart, your soul… and your funny bone. The meaning of any work of art, visual or performing, is subject to the imagination of the viewer. Maloy is utilizing this fact to bring Edvard Munch's "The Scream" to life. A series of strikingly different vignettes will explore potential moments leading up to the iconic symbol of human suffering.

$25 – $65