[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] Performance of Sticky 1/18 Melanie Stewart/DaDa Dance Project

Stewart, Melanie stewartm at rowan.edu
Wed Jan 4 11:01:41 EST 2017


Sticky

Wednesday January 18, 2017 at 8PM

Melanie Stewart/Da Da Dance Project

Tohill Theatre, Bunce Hall<https://www.google.com/maps/place/Tohill+Theater/@39.7071712,-75.1229121,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c6d7a60bfb1639:0xcadeab9eb8dc543e!8m2!3d39.7071671!4d-75.1207181>

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Suggested Donation: $10

For information contact melaniestewartdance at gmail.com



STICKY is a work of visual theatre that integrates dance, language, film animation, and 3-D virtual imaging to explore the nature of bonding and sometimes "-sticky" situations that arise in long-term romantic relationships. Underlying currents of attraction, repulsion, frustration, and compulsion drive escapism in a world where a couple's negotiation for power and struggle for identity are contextualized in the current political climate. A collaboration between choreographer and director Melanie Stewart and performers Eun Jung Choi and Guillermo Ortega Tanus of Da·Da·Dance Project, STICKY first premiered in Mexico City at the Centro Cultural del Bosque complex in the Teatro de la Danza, and was re-envisioned remounted and presented in New York City at Gibney Dance in October 2016.?

www.StickyRedux.com<http://www.stickyredux.com/>

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Melanie Stewart, Associate Dean
Professor of Theatre and Dance
College of Performing Arts
Wilson 211
856-256-4548 (Office)
610-761-9867 (Cell)
856-256-4919 (Fax)



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