KSR IRL: Indelible Dance Company's "Inundate" 9/2 & 9/3 in NYC
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You may remember Indelible Dance Company as the lithe and limber folks behind "Illuminate," one of our favorite Kickstarter dance projects to date. Performed last fall at the Center for Performance Research in Williasmburg, each movement in "Illuminate" was inspired by a different aspect of the Big Bang, featuring some supercrazyawesome sound-sensitive LED costumes designed by Mary Huang.
Several months before joining the Kickstarter staff, I learned about the project in the KSR weekly newsletter, pledged for a ticket, and attended the performance. With pitch-perfect lighting and sound to complement the grace and strength of Indelible's most ethereal performers, that show was bananas, and I told everyone I knew about it. Repeatedly.
Now the Indelible team's at it again, and so I shall announce once more: For the love of fun, catch this show! Their latest performance, "Inundate," features eight dancers paired with eight live musicians. Crazy eights!
"Inundate" runs September 2nd and 3rd at 8pm, at Triskelion Arts in Brooklyn, NY.
Click here for tickets.
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