Building a Better Fishtrap/Part 1
Jul 19 at 6:30pm
NYC-based Angela’s Pulse will present Paloma McGregor’s ensemble dance work Building a Better Fishtrap/Part 1, part of an ongoing performance project that explores the questions: What do we take with us, leave behind, and return to reclaim? at Pittsfield’s Third Thursday street festival.
View an excerpt of Building a Better Fishtrap/Part 1:
Conceived and Directed by Paloma McGregor
Choreographed by Paloma McGregor in collaboration with performers
Performed by Christine King, Audrey Hailes, Stephanie Mas, Erica Saucedo, Ricarrdo Valentine
Costumes by Kym Chambers
Text by Ebony Noelle Golden
Soundscore by Everett Saunders
Music by Philip Glass
Pittsfield’s Third Thursday cultural street festival is family-friendly and open to the public featuring live music, local food, craft vendors, street performers, and plenty more.
Pittsfield Moves!, a Jacob’s Pillow collaboration with lead partner The Berkshire Bridges – Working Cities Pittsfield Initiative, is a year-long residency led by Angela’s Pulse artists that supports Berkshire-based artists and community leaders within educational, social, and economic justice organizations to develop a practice of storytelling and relationship building through movement. Learn more about Pittsfield Moves! and how you can get involved.
Photo credit: Angela’s Pulse; photo Charles R. Berenguer Jr.
Thursday, Jul 19
“The work feels like a danced bedtime tale with dreamy happenings and archetypal, beloved characters who shapeshift form with ease.”
Third Thursday: Angela’s Pulse Building a Better Fishtrap/Part 1
At Jacob’s Pillow: Jul 19