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John Jasperse: Part 1

This program showcases the work of New York post-modern choreographer John Jasperse. "When Jasperse makes a new work, it should be seen: end of story," says Claudia La Rocca of The New York Times. The program features excerpts from Jasperse's latest work Truth, Revised Histories, Wishful Thinking, and Flat Out Lies which was recorded in 2010 at the Joyce Theater in New York. The work, co-commissioned by The Joyce Theater and the Forsythe Company is a two-act opus performed by Jasperse and four dancers. The piece explores the often fluid boundaries between fantasy and reality, and features a commissioned score by composer Hahn Rowe performed live by musicians from the critically acclaimed International Contemporary Ensemble. The program also features excerpts from a revealing intervie [...]
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2016; 2010
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John Jasperse: Part 2

This program showcases the work of New York post-modern choreographer John Jasperse. "When Jasperse makes a new work, it should be seen: end of story," says Claudia La Rocca of The New York Times. The program features excerpts from Jasperse's latest work Truth, Revised Histories, Wishful Thinking, and Flat Out Lies which was recorded in 2010 at the Joyce Theater in New York. The work, co-commissioned by The Joyce Theater and the Forsythe Company is a two-act opus performed by Jasperse and four dancers. The piece explores the often fluid boundaries between fantasy and reality, and features a commissioned score by composer Hahn Rowe performed live by musicians from the critically acclaimed International Contemporary Ensemble. The program also features excerpts from a revealing intervie [...]
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2016; 2010
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Risa Jaroslow

In Resist/Surrender (2006) Jaroslow peels back the veneer of our culture's assumptions about maleness and masculinity, and exposes an explosive physicality. The piece asks what masculinity could mean if we reconciled our attraction to and repulsion from the assumed power of maleness. It draws from the experiences of a diverse group of community members, including NYC firefighters, corporate lawyers, gay teens and senior adults and men recently out of prison. In addition to the four dancers Resist/Surrender features a chorus of twelve men from diverse backgrounds, including a math teacher, a firefighter, a sociologist, and a waiter. Composer Scott Johnson has created a riveting score for Resist/Surrender based on recordings of interviews with many different kinds of men, as well as an [...]
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2016; 2007