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Mary Armentrout Dance Theatre - Reveries and Elegies

Mary Armentrout Dance Theatre - site-specific performance project for Reveries and Elegies

Posted: 12 February 2014

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Reveries and elegies is Mary Armentrout Dance Theater’s current site-specific performance project, a shifting, wandering, accumulating, de-accumulating installation that is trying to deal with a shifting, ungraspable subject: change, loss, dislocation.

life is so strange, life is so strange –
it's always changing and always staying the same

This show has installed itself at five different locations across the US and mapped itself onto very different locales and situations – it always changes and something about it stays the same. It comes to Roehampton to be remade anew and interrogate the shifting nature of performance.

Experimental choreographer Mary Armentrout creates site-specific performance installations both locally, around the San Francisco Bay Area, and further afield. Her work has been presented across the United States and throughout Europe.

TICKETS: £6 (£4 concessions)
Roehampton Dance students FREE

DANCE DIARY is a series of open performances and events promoted by the Department of Dance at UNIVERSITY OF ROEHAMPTON, attracting an audience from both inside and outside the campus. For further information, please see 
 http://roehampton.ac.uk/dance or email dance@roehampton.ac.uk.

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