Tiny & Short - A Drop in the Bucket
Date: February 18, 2017-
Location: Cambridge, Mass USA
The Dance Complex (The Dance Complex) continues to celebrate “25 & Dancing On!” with an amazing performance series titled Tiny and Short: A Drop in the Bucket, adapted this series from Ten Tiny Dances®, created in Portland, Oregon in 2002 and continues to be produced by founder Mike Barber and others, with permission. Dedicated to fostering innovative dance/performance art, The Dance Complex challenges participants by constricting two of the choreographic dimensions: time and space. Performers will create either “tiny dances,” taking place solely on a 4 x 4-foot stage, or “short dances,” limited to 10 minutes or less. Upon arrival, each audience member will be given one voting ticket. At the end of the show, the audience will be asked to drop their ticket in the bucket of whichever artist they would like to support. A portion of the ticket revenue will be awarded to whichever artist you vote for! Performances are Saturday, February 11 at 8 PM, Sunday, February 12 at 7 PM, Friday, February 17 at 8 PM, and Saturday, February 18 at 8 PM. Tickets are $25 (General Admission) and $20 students, seniors, military, and BDA. For more information, visit dancecomplex.org. Direct ticket link: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2746848.
Featuring 33 local artists including poet Karen Klein, dance filmmakers Debbie Mausner and Mikro/Makro Collective, and live dance performances crafted by Margot Parsons, Ali Kenner Brodsky, Alexandria Nunweiler, J Michael Winward with Kara Fili, and Allyson Esposito, OnStage Repertory, Adriane Brayton, Nicole C. Laliberté, Jody Weber, Marin Orlosky-Randow, Rebecca McGowan and Jackie O’Riley, Ashlie Swallow, Jennifer Lee Mills, Helena Froehlich (SDG Member), David Sun, Stephanie Shin, Sasha Peterson, Audra Carabetta, Kristin Wagner, Yosi Karahashi, Daniel McCusker, Heather Brown, Jordan Jamil Ahmed and Claire Johannes, Meghan McLyman and Kristen Young, Janelle Gilchrist, Mikro/Makro Collective, Shaina Schwartz, Audrey MacLean, Betsy Miller, Brian Feigenbaum, and Chavi Bansal.
The Dance Complex, headquartered in Central Square Cambridge, is a hub of dance, locally, regionally and nationally. Celebrating the wonder of dance for all, The Dance Complex enables the creation, study, and performance of dance by artists of levels and disciplines. The Dance Complex sustains artists, audiences, and the community through programs that connect movement and ideas