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Featuring work by Choreographic Fellow Gabrielle Lamb
Choreographers examine the notion of Insider/Outsider. Rather than approach the theme as a simple binary of inclusion and exclusion, their modern/contemporary, hip hop and ballet works explore the complexities of how the binary is constructed and the ways it shapes our lives. Headlining the concert is Choreographic Fellow Gabrielle Lamb's work, Tessellations, a contemporary dance set to playful, Parisian cafe music. A Guggenheim Fellow (2020) and Princess Grace Award winner (2014), Lamb is a New York City-based choreographer and founder of Pigeonwing Dance. KU Department of Theatre & Dance faculty choreographers Ashley Brittingham, Tristian Griffin and Maya Tillman Rayton, along with PhD student Webster McDonald, will also present original works as part of this entertaining and inspiring concert.
Masks are required for audience members. Vaccination is strongly encouraged. https://protect.ku.edu
Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for senior/faculty/staff, and $10 for children. Tickets are $10 for KU students in advance and $15 at the door. Tickets go on sale on Feb. 25 at dance.ku.edu or the box office in Murphy Hall, which is open M-F noon to 5pm.
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