Thursday, June 30 at 6:15pm
Los Angeles-based Ate9 dANCEcOMPANY strives to promote the power of the arts by bringing people together through dance experiences in the Gaga technique. Founded by Israeli dancer/choreographer and former Batsheva Dance Company member Danielle Agami, Ate9 builds audiences for dance and invests in ongoing dialogues between people. The evening will include focus on the many layers of dance making in Going Solo, which includes a collection of solos and an intermittent Q&A session choreographed and hosted by Agami.
Free Family-friendly Interactive
Class with Inside/Out Artist: Gaga with Daniele Agami of Ate9 dANCEcOMPANY
4pm in the Ruth St. Denis Studio
Former Batsheva Dance Company member Danielle Agami gives a master class in the Gaga technique created by Israeli choreographer, teacher, and artistic director Ohad Naharin. A structured improvisation meant to create awareness of the body.
All performances take place at 6:15pm at the outdoor Marcia & Seymour Simon Performance Space. Food and drink are welcome in the performance space.
What happens when it rains?
In the event of rain, most Festival events continue as scheduled. The 6:15pm Inside/Out performance may be cancelled or moved indoors to a studio seating 80 or fewer people, and seats are distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. When possible, a live video simulcast with limited seating is offered in a nearby studio.
Call the Box Office at 413.243.0745 after 5:15pm to find out if the Inside/Out Performance has been moved indoors and what to expect regarding indoor availability.