Wife and husband Zoe Scofield (choreographer) and Juniper Shuey (sculptor, photographer and visual/media artist) began their artistic collaboration in 2004 in Seattle. Their latest full-evening work, A Crack in Everything, uses the Greek Tragedy The Oresteia as a lens to understand the emotional spectrum between the justice we crave and the blood lust of revenge. A dance experience in permeability and containment, aggression and catharsis, the work examines liminal states: the thresholds between conscious and unconscious, action and reaction, and cause and effect, in the moments that divide people’s lives into before and after.
"[A Crack In Everything] blurs the lines between what is horrible and what is beautiful."
— The Boston Globe
This program contains nudity.
Post Performance Conversation on Thursday, February 14, 2013
Pre Performance Talk with Juniper Shuey on Friday, February 15, 2013 * 7:00PM
General Audience Thursday Evening $26, Friday and Saturday Evening $30, Columbia Students with valid ID $5
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