[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] Lyons and Tigers presents Pendulum

Darcy Lyons darcydlyons at gmail.com
Thu Apr 12 11:31:44 EDT 2018


*Lyons and Tigers presents Pendulum, an evening of performance and dance
work by Philadelphia based artists.Saturday April 28, 2018 at 8 PMSunday
April 29, 2018 at 8 PMFeaturing performance and dance work by… - Lyons and
Tigers <http://www.lyonsandtigers.org/> with stb x at <http://stbxat.com>-
Zornitsa Stoyanova <http://www.herebegindance.com/> - Amy Lynne Barr-
Courtney Colón <https://www.courtneycolon.com/>BUY TICKETS
<https://pendulumdanceperformance.brownpapertickets.com/>$15 General
Admission$10 for
PhiladelphiaDANCEMembers/students/artists/underemployedLyons and Tigers
<http://www.lyonsandtigers.org/> presents a reworked version of
Heaviness/Lightness, a piece directed by Darcy Lyons and co-created with
the dance and percussion duo STB x AT <https://www.stbxat.com/>(Sean
Thomas-Boyt and Andy Thierauf). In this new experimental work, the
performers interact and explore the varying definitions and connotations of
lightness and heaviness through movement, live sound, and the interaction
with Newton’s Cradle desk toys.Untitled and SoloA new solo performance by
Zornitsa Stoyanova, that speaks through gesture posture and ever shifting
emotional affect. It deconstructs communication and translates, internal
and external narratives through the body. Zornitsa is sometimes abstracted
and objectified, but still feels your gaze(judgement) upon her skin. Though
she doesn’t speak, she is not yours.  Her body is her language, and you can
not possess her. Unashamed, she reclaims her power though the expression of
her emotions.  Grate by Amy Lynne Barr tackles the ideals of self perceived
greatness, personal history, and life's expectations. A journey into the
use of language and how it can impress upon us value, and in turn do
exactly the opposite. Femme, a new work by Courtney Colón, investigates the
politics surrounding women’s bodies. Through original movement, sound, and
visual installations, Femme explores ideologies surrounding the historical,
sociological, and cultural intersections of the contemporary woman’s
experience. This work is currently in process and remains perpetually in
motion. *


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