[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] Seeking volunteers for Lyons and Tigers Askew this weekend and next

Darcy Lyons darcydlyons at gmail.com
Fri Jun 16 22:39:29 EDT 2017


Hi Philly dance community!

I'm seeking volunteers for simple tasks at all performances of ASKEW. Call
time is 7 PM on Saturday nights 6/17 and 6/24 and 6 PM on Sundays 6/18 and
6/25. Show details below. Hope you can make it even if you can't volunteer!
Thank you!

Darcy

Lyons and Tigers presents ASKEW as part of SoLow Festival 2017

Featuring new dance work by:
Darcy Lyons (all performance dates)
Celine McBride & Margot Steinberg (all performance dates)
Noa Schnitzer (just added to the bill! All performance dates)
Mary-Carmen Webb (Sunday performances ONLY)

Saturday, June 17 at 8 PM
Sunday*, June 18 at 7 PM
Saturday, June 24 at 8 PM
Sunday*, June 25 at 7 PM
*Sad Girl Chronicles will be performed on Sunday dates ONLY

WHERE: All performances take place at The Iron Factory, 118 Fontain Street,
3rd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19122
HOW: Pay What You Can, reserve tickets using our google form
https://goo.gl/forms/vRovkW2TFKQjfrgp1
Contact: darcy at lyonsandtigers.org
Info: http://www.lyonsandtigers.org/, http://www.solowfest.com/
Link to Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/305126803232468/

Darcy Lyons (Lyons and Tigers) premieres *Rx*, a new dance theater solo
that embodies the severe effects of anxiety. Solow Fest’s theme this year
is “fight or flight”. The small, intimate audience will witness one woman’s
journey through absolute fear. Besides dance, Rx features an old rotary
phone and a projected image of a building being demolished on the decaying
walls of The Iron Factory.

Celine McBride & Margot Electra Steinberg explore the role of fight or
flight that happens within conversation in their new piece *Ted ah Ted*.

Noa Schnitzer will present her solo titled *The Life Cycle of the
Hair-Snail*. In this surreal world, transformation is always lurking. As
layers overlap and shed, the hair-snail paves its path, growing into its
full potential.

On Sunday performances only, Mary-Carmen Webb will present her new duet,
tentatively titled *Sad Girl Chronicles *performed by herself and Lily
Kind. She writes:

Unmasked, two women holding faces.
Called pretty things, and
Surprisingly tired of repetitive pick-up lines.
We are not entirely sure you will be entertained.
Xoxo
Snuggle Pants and Sugar Tits.


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