What more could you ask for? Beautiful creations set against the foliage of Earth’s bounty.
North Atlantic Ballet is joined by Kairos Dance Theatre & Decent Dance presenting new works to kick off their 2021/22 seasons.
“Mus-Krat”, North Atlantic Ballet’s newest creation plays with the feminine and her discovery of self along the way. It’s her perogative to decide for herself what her feminism means to her. She stands in front of you saying “this is me, right now, as I am and all that I am; basque in my warm embrace” Follow on instagram @northatlanticballet
KAIROS Dance Theater’s “Husk/Vessel”, made in collaboration with choreographer Paula Josa-Jones, is a collaborative group work that explores costume as both covering and habitat. Rather than using costume as apparel only, husk/vessel views clothing as that which both covers and contains, conceals and reveals the dancer and the dancing, simultaneously limiting and expanding the possibilities for movement and character. The creation of husk/vessel has been funded in part by The Boston Foundation and The Boston Cultural Council. Follow them on instagram @kairosdances
Decent Dance presents “Cradled in the arms of myself with you” which reflects on the power and presence of loneliness while remarking on the independence and resilience we are able to access with the support of truly loving partners. Though we only ever truly have ourselves to count on, by cultivating safe, secure, and intimate partnerships we can strengthen our ability to stand on our own two feet. Inspired in part by the isolation of the pandemic, cradled… offers catharsis to an audience that has experienced unprecedented loneliness, while exploring the timeless reality of heartache and value of companionship. Follow them on instagram @decentdance