Experience acclaimed choreographer Robert Sher-Machherndl’s latest work JULIET – world premiere. He takes inspiration from human behavior and interaction in a fast paced digital age. Meet characters Juliet, Hanna and Klaus-Maria as they interpret new and unimagined movement language, taking the audience on a powerful and emotional journey. Distinctively innovative in style, JULIET reflects upon themes of connection, disconnection to intolerant action.
Award-winning architect Mike Moore joins the exploration. He take inspiration from illuminated device screens, and creates a floating light cube in the state-of-the-art 6000 sq ft gym. The audience is seated around the illuminated shape, and the performance takes place inside.
A panel discussion follows the performance with perspectives on racial intolerance, the rise of anti-semitism, and the role of the artist in today’s society. This talk encourages audience inclusion.
Nan Goodman Director of Jewish Studies & English Professor CU Boulder.
Sandra Saltrese-Miller, Immigration Attorney, who fights for rights of immigrants in immigration and federal court.
And Robert Sher-Machherndl.
Date: Thur May 23 2019
Cost: $26 – $30
Natalee Maxwell, Scarlett Wynne & Robert Sher-Machherndl
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