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 Post subject: Roberto Dutesco, Peter Tunney and Jennifer Muller/The Works
PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2009 10:44 am 
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 13, 2009
Contacts:
Michelle Brandon Tabnick, (646) 765-4773, michelle@michelletabnickcommunications.com
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Peter Tunney, (646) 245-7904, pt@tunneyart.com [mailto:pt@tunneyart.com]




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Roberto Dutesco, Peter Tunney and Jennifer Muller/The Works present
DANCING WITH WILD HORSES
A Spectacular Dance Performance in a Unique Environment
One-Night Only!: Special Performance
A Multi-Arts Installation featuring Jennifer Muller's Island
April 30, 2009 at 7:30pm, 530 W. 27th Street
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Roberto Dutesco, Peter Tunney and Jennifer Muller/The Works present DANCING WITH
WILD HORSES, a multi-arts installation featuring Jennifer Muller's Island, inspired
by Roberto Dutesco's passionate photography of the Wild Horses of Sable Island on
Thursday, April 30, 2009 at 7:30pm (doors open at 6:30pm) at 530 W. 27th Street
(formerly Spirit and Twilo nightclubs), NYC. Suggested donation is $20, benefiting
The Works' New Choreography Fund. Reservations are requested by phone at 212-691-3803
or by email at czummo@jmtw.org [mailto:czummo@jmtw.org].
Peter Tunney has created a dynamic environment showcasing a 40-foot long installation
of photography of the haunting images of Sable Island created by Roberto Dutesco.
The Works will perform Island in front of the dramatically lit installation. Island
premiered at The Joyce Theater in 2005.
Roberto Dutesco created haunting images of the horses on Sable Island - horses that
existed without human intervention or interference since their shipwrecked arrival
on the island. Taking its cue from the physical motion, social interaction and
imagery of these wild horses and what they represent as an increasingly rare natural
phenomenon, the piece is a paean to an unfettered, untamed state of being. This
atmosphere of abandonment is contrasted with an "island reality" of being trapped
within a proscribed and confined space. The piece opens with a lone stallion, soon
to be joined by a herd of horses. As the dance progresses, the horse imagery
transforms
into symbolic human interaction characterized by passion, yearning and a desire
to be free.
Original music by Marty Beller, costumes by designer Sonja Nuttall with wigs by
Vidal Sassoon, lighting design by Jeff Croiter.
ABOUT JENNIFER MULLER/THE WORKS
Throughout its history of 35 years, contemporary dance company Jennifer Muller/The
Works has strived to reach ever-broadening audiences with works that celebrate and
illuminate the human spirit. Artistic Director Jennifer Muller creates exhilarating
dances that are evocative, passionate and engaging. The Works has appeared in the
world's preeminent theaters and festivals in 39 countries on four continents. In
December 2008, The Works performed to rave reviews at the Sixth Beijing International
Theater & Dance Festival, presented by China's National Center for the Performing
Arts. The Works has performed in 30 states in the U.S. and has self-produced 20
New York City Seasons.
Jennifer Muller, an influence in the dance world for over 40 years, is known for
her visionary approach and innovations in dance / theater, multi-discipline
productions,
incorporating the spoken word, live and commissioned music, artist-inspired decor
and unusual production elements. She has created over 100 works including 6
full-evening
productions. Ms. Muller's choreography has been commissioned by 24 international
repertory companies including Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Nederlands Dans
Theater, NDT3, Ballet de Nord and Ballet Contemporaneo Argentina. Her work for
theater includes such venues as The Public Theater, Second Stage, New York Stage
and Film and the Metropolitan Opera. Creating work since she was 7 years old, her
work has now been seen in 44 countries.
For more information on Jennifer Muller/The Works, visit www.jmtw.org
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