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 Post subject: La Mama Moves presents "Seatbelt" by Tom Pearson,
PostPosted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 2:07 pm 
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La Mama ETC presents

Seatbelt (premiere),
a duet exploring collisions, passive restraint mechanisms and what happens
when things crash into you and your air bags don't deploy. It's the dance
two people do when the dance they thought they were doing gets totaled on a
Thursday afternoon.

a new duet created by Zach Morris, Marissa Nielsen-Pincus and Tom Pearson
performed by Zach and Marissa
music composed, re-arranged and performed live by Russell M. Kaplan

Part of LaMama Moves Dance Festival (which continues through July 9):
³Duets² program.
Also on the program: Patricia Hoffbauer and George Emilio Sanchez, Lindsey
Dietz-Marchant and Jason Dietz-Marchant,
Peter Sciscioli & Robbie Cook, Julian Barnett & Aaron Walter, Sun-wha chung,
Pat Catterson with Regina Larkin

At LaMama ETC
The Club
74A E. 4th St. (between Bowery and 2nd Ave.)
New York City

Only one show left for the Duets program: Sunday, July 2 at 5:30pm

More info at http://www.lamama.org

Tickets: $10
> Box Office: 212.475.7710
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> From The New York Times:
Dance Review: ³At La MaMa, Couples Bicker and Bond²
By Gia Kourlas, Published: June 19, 2006

³La MaMa E.T.C. remains one of those rare places in the East Village that
still feel like the East Village and not the backdrop of an MTV spring-break
special. That's not the only reason to pay a visit to this experimental
theater. For the next three weeks, Nicky Paraiso and Mia Yoo have organized
La MaMa Moves!, a rambunctious festival of six programs, arranged by
theme.... "Seatbelt," by Tom Pearson, Marissa Nielsen-Pincus and Zach
Morris, took a darker view of a relationship. Narrated in song by Russell M.
Kaplan, who also played accordion, the work's aggressive lifts and tense
stillness were familiar fare.²


Upcoming: SAVE-THE-DATE: August 23rd, 2006
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts presents Lacuna by Tom Pearson,
Part of Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors
6:00pm and 6:45pm in the drained Reflecting Pool and North Plaza area
FREE
More info at http://www.lincolncenter.org

http://www.thirdrailprojects.com


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