Trisha Brown Dance Company

Newmark Theatre


Thursday October 11 - Saturday October 13, 2012 - 8:00pm

 

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“Invariably sensuous and inventive.”
-The New York Times

Read The Oregonian preview HERE.

 
PROGRAM: (Running time 110 minutes, including intermission)
All works choreographed by Trisha Brown.
 
Watermotor (1978)
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Les Yeux et l'âme (2011), Music by Jean-Phillipe Rameau
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Foray Forêt (1990), Visual Presentation and Lighting by Robert Rauschenberg, Live Marching Band provided by Oregon Crusaders
Intermission (20 minutes)
I’m going to toss my arms- if you catch them they’re yours (2011), US Premiere, Music by Alvin Curran
 
DON'T MISS: A Free Talk by Art Historian Susan Rosenberg, On the Connections between Trisha Brown's Choreographic and Visual Art, Saturday, October 13, 1-2 PM, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art /PICA, 415 SW 10th Avenue near Stark
 

DANCE WORKSHOP by Trisha Brown Company Member, Conduit, 918 SW Yamhill, 4th Floor, Saturday, October 13, 10:30-Noon

 

U.S. PREMIERE. White Bird Uncaged (formerly White Bird/ PSU Dance Series) was launched in 2000 with Trisha Brown, the most widely acclaimed artist of the postmodern era, and it is her revolutionary genius that truly inspires this series. After a 10-year absence, the Trisha Brown Dance Company will return with Trisha Brown’s brilliantly inventive work, featuring the U.S premiere of her newest creation, based on her fascination with sculpture and calligraphy. 

www.trishabrowncompany.org

 

SPONSORED BY NANCY AND GEORGE THORN

 

The presentation of Trisha Brown's "Toss My Arms...." was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts' National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and additional funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. White Bird's presentation of Trisha Brown Dance Company is supported by WESTAF and the National Endowment for the Arts.

White Bird's presentation of Trisha Brown Dance Company is supported by Western States Arts Federation, National Endowment for the Arts, and The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation.