Greetings from Labyrinth Dance Theater, Sasha Spielvogel, artistic director
Some great reviews from the Edinburgh/London trip which you helped us launch - and information about two exciting upcoming performances. If you would like to come to a rehearsal or receive the perks offered to you with your donation in August, please contact us. Thanks again, and wishing you all well.
“The highlight of the show was Labyrinth Dance Theater’s NOOR. Performer Felicia Norton was outstanding.”
– Three Weeks, Edinburgh Festival review
“Felicia Norton’s dancing in NOOR by Labyrinth Dance Theater was beautiful, nuanced and subtle."
– Amiel Clarke, Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
“We came back - and Labyrinth Dance Theater continued its excellent work.”
– Charles Rutherford
“Some brilliant stuff, especially Labyrinth Dance - genuinely inspiring.”
– Kay Leeds
“Fabulous! The work was so haunting!”
– Shelly Rochdale
Not Even If I Try, with a live opera singer; and MILORD, presenting a dancer
in a duet with an accordionist/chanteuse: the perfect Maupassant short story." - Mark Harding, The Shimmy Skinny, Edinburgh Festival
Upcoming shows we hope you will attend!
photo credit: Rohan Spong
DANCERS OVER 40 presents "DO40 CARES: It’s Not Where You Start…"
Benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS & the NYC HIV Vaccine Trials
Hosted by Carol Lawrence
Special Guest Chita Rivera and all the merry murderesses from the original
1975 Cell Block Tango Broadway production of CHICAGO, in a first-ever reunion!
Graciela Daniele, Pam Sousa, Michon Peacock, Cheryl Clark and Candy Brown.
Also featuring Broadway Gypsy Rachelle Rak in I Gotcha by Bob Fosse
Not Even If I Try music and lyrics by Kevin Oldham (1960 - 1993)
choreography by Sasha Spielvogel
Aviad Herman, dancer; Jose Arturo Chacon, baritone;
Mimi Stern-Wolfe, piano
An older man remembers his young lover who died of AIDS twenty years earlier. The two long to touch but cannot, as the lover is only an apparition and has moved on, leaving the other behind, yearning for the past.
Monday, March 12 @ 8pm
The Ailey Citigroup Theater
405 West 55th Street, NYC
For tickets call Telecharge (212) 239-6200
$30, $50, $100
available at St. Luke's Theater Box Office (save $6 surcharge)
305 West 46th Street 1:00 - 6:00 daily
Felicia Norton and Jose Arturo Chacon in The Restless Yearning Towards Myself
photo credit: Eve Cuyen
Downtown Music Productions
Mimi Stern-Wolfe director and conductor
March is Women's Month Concert
featuring a program by and about women and their lives
“I see it as I am rowing on the dark waters
towards a rock, large and bright—like
a moon, rigged, distant, rising at the end.”
from The Restless Yearning Towards My Self by Perry Brass
The Restless Yearning Towards My Self is about a poet’s finding himself in the midst of a sea of diversions, hype, and counterfeits.
choreography by Sasha Spielvogel
Felicia Norton, dancer; Jose Arturo Chacon, baritone
poetry, Perry Brass; composer, Paula Kimper
14 minute vocal piece with live seven instrument chamber ensemble
conducted by Mimi Stern-Wolfe (featured in the recent documentary by Rohan Spong, All the Way Through Evening)
Sunday, March 18th @ 3:00 P.M.
St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery
East 10th Street and Second Avenue, NYC
Tickets $15, seniors/students, $10 available at the door
For more information:
Mimi Stern-Wolfe (212) 477-1594, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sasha Spielvogel (718) 805-2107, email@example.com