[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] Comp Ticket Offer for Ralph Lemon
reservations at brynmawr.edu
Tue Jan 30 12:34:29 EST 2018
We are presenting Ralph Lemon - Ceremonies Out of the Air (a lecture/performance) at Bryn Mawr this Friday, February 2nd at 8pm and screening his The Geography Trilogy this Saturday, February 3rd from 1pm to 7:30pm.
So that more people have the opportunity to experience this deep dive into the complexity and brilliance of Ralph Lemon's works, we are extending an offer of comp tickets to the area dance and arts communities.* Directions to Bryn Mawr are here<https://www.brynmawr.edu/campus/visit> and the show details are here<https://www.brynmawr.edu/performing-arts-series/lemon> and a brief description is below. Please request a ticket or tickets by replying to this email at reservations at brynmawr.edu<mailto:reservations at brynmawr.edu>. You may then pick up your ticket(s) in the Teaching Theater lobby before the event.
Please feel free to share this with others who may be interested. It would be wonderful if you and/or some of your friends/colleagues can take advantage of this special offer!
Performing Arts Series Coordinator
*If you already purchased a ticket, thank you very much. You can bring more friends now, free.
Ceremonies Out of the Air Lecture / Performance
Fri | Feb 2 | 8 PM | Hepburn Teaching Theater, Goodhart Hall
The Geography Trilogy Screening
Sat | Feb 3 | 1 PM | Hepburn Teaching Theater, Goodhart Hall
Learn more here<https://www.brynmawr.edu/performing-arts-series/lemon>.
A highly influential maker of performance, writing, and visual art and recipient of the National Medal of Arts, Ralph Lemon works with the complexities of geography, history, memory, and the body. The New Yorker notes how "his way of describing his dances, with his mind on fire" can be as fascinating as the creations themselves. Lemon's TheGeography Trilogy is a profound, and worldwide, 10-year inquiry into the social gravities of art, race, and identity at the turn of the 21st century.
Our video screening features the complete Trilogy: Geography (1997), Tree (2000), and Come Home Charley Patton (2004), with commentary and readings by Lemon and close collaborators.
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