Thursday, May 13, Friday, May 14 & Saturday, May 15 @ 7:30pm
Q+A following May 13th performance
Reception and after party following May 15 performance
$15 adults/$10 for students and seniors
Tickets are $5 for youth 18 and under
Advance tickets for indicated shows are available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/98414
Your ticket purchases help subsidize tickets for families in-need and help make the arts accessible for all.
Location: The Performance Project @ University Settlement is located at the corner of Eldridge Street and Rivington Street. F/V to Second Avenue, B/D to Grand Street, J/M/Z to Essex Street.
For more information and to make a reservation for any event, please call 212-453-4532 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chameleon combines dance, film, spoken word and visual art to investigate multi-cultural identity and cross-cultural relationships. Rooted in the notion of home, this show draws on the insight and experience of Third Culture Kids: those who have spent a significant period of time in a culture other than their own, creating a new third culture. Suitable for all ages and citizens from around the globe.
Choreography by Alaine Handa & dancers
A.H. Dance Company performers: Yoonjung Choi, Ivilisse Esguerra, Alaine Handa, Anna-Louise Herzog, Emily Mercer
Jewelry/Prop design by Natalia Krasnodebska
"The Maid" written and performed by Shayna Padovano
"I am a TCK" film Directed & Produced by Alaine Handa
Photography by Lauryn Ishak, Robert Oandasan, Wazha Dube, Albert Gumilang and more!
With additional performances by Guest choreographer/performer Kirsten Ho, "Inside out and reversible"
"Migrations" by Guest Choreographer, Deepa Dharmadhikari and Guest performers: Deepa Dharmadhikari, Jin-Ming Lai, Katherine Lung, Kurt Blomberg
Pre-show 7:15-7:30 pm: "Over Land and Water" film by Choreographer, Katherine Lung and Filmmaker, Alexander Brown
The Performance Project @ University Settlement seeks to provide innovative artists and diverse audiences with a range of opportunities to connect and enrich their lives. The Project presents innovative music, dance, film/video, theater, and performance art for all generations. The Performance Project is a continuation of University Settlement's longtime commitment to creatively address the needs of the Lower East Side community.
This project is supported in part by Singapore International Foundation's Singapore Internationale grant scheme. http://www.sif.org.sg/
Photography by William Hebert