The Battery Dance Company and the Polish Cultural Institute New York are pleased to invite you to PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE: Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost – a new work by Jacek Luminski and a revival of Jonathan Hollander’s Shell Games (Tuesday, May 21, 2013 – Thursday May 23, 2013).
For the first time in its history, Battery Dance Company has commissioned an outside choreographer, Jacek Luminski, to create a work to inaugurate their 37th Season in New York City. The 5-show series presented at 3LD Art + Technology entitled Past, Present & Future will include Luminski’s new work, Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost, and will revive Jonathan Hollander‘s Shell Games (2005), set to a commissioned score by Finnish composer Frank Carlberg, with costumes serving as set pieces by Solé Salvo, and lighting and scenery by Barry Steele. Battery Dancers Sean Scantlebury, Robin Cantrell, Carmen Nicole, Mira Cook and Clement Mensah will appear in both works.
Past, Present & Future continues the Polish Cultural Institute New York’s long-time support of Jacek Luminski and the Silesian Dance Theatre which began in 2001 with Diary of a Daydream, and continued with presentations of Straight Into The Eyes (2002), Thoughts That Got Ruffled Much (2004); Coming Back To Roots (2004); Poland in the 1980s: Searching for Revolution In Dance; and Polish Dance in the 1980s: Silence Or Revolution?.
Presented by Battery Dance Company, Trust for Mutual Understanding, Adam Mickiewicz Institute and the Polish Cultural Institute New York.
Tue-Thu, May 21-23, 2013
Student Matinees, 10:30am
Wed-Thu, May 22-23
3LD Art + Technology Center
80 Greenwich Street, New York, NY
$20 general admission
$15 students & seniors;