[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] Lyons and Tigers presents Pendulum this weekend

Darcy Lyons darcydlyons at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 15:57:06 EDT 2018


Lyons and Tigers presents Pendulum, an evening of performance and dance
work by Philadelphia based artists.

Saturday April 28, 2018 at 8 PM

Sunday April 29, 2018 at 8 PM

The Iron Factory

118 Fontain Street, 3rd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19122

Featuring performance and dance work by…


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   Lyons and Tigers <http://www.lyonsandtigers.org/> with stb x at
   <http://stbxat.com>
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   Zornitsa Stoyanova <http://www.herebegindance.com/>
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   Amy Lynne Barr
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   Courtney Colón <https://www.courtneycolon.com/>


BUY TICKETS <https://pendulumdanceperformance.brownpapertickets.com/>

$15 General Admission

$10 for PhiladelphiaDANCEMembers/students/artists/underemployed

Want to see the show for free? Contact us ASAP to find out about volunteer
opportunities! darcy at lyonsandtigers.org

Lyons 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 Solo

A 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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