bodycity joins Sharon’s Farm for outdoor performance – Saturday, August 1, 2009

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bodycity has been working on a very special dance. We are honored to participate in another Sharon’s Farm (remember edgecity?), but this time we will be dancing in a magical amphitheater in the back yard of two esteemed patrons of the arts. Yes, they took their awesome Altadena backyard slope and excavated it into a mossy amphitheater. Every crook and cranny is sprung with plant life. Lizards dance amongst the rocks and terracotta masks wink at you. It is an intoxicating place, especially if you bring a bottle of wine. Picnic with us this Saturday for an evening of original plays and our humble plant dance:

Prom Night Productions Presents

SHARON’S FARM

An Open Air Evening of New Theater, Dance & Music. It’s FREE!
WHEN: 8 PM, Saturday August 1
WHERE: FOLLY BOWL, www.paintedsurfaces.net
1601 E. Loma Alta Dr., Altadena, CA 91001

BRING seat cushions, a picnic & beverage of your choice & your sweater
ARRIVE between 7 & 7:30 PM to ensure a seat and enjoy your picnic!
DIRECTIONS: 134 Freeway to Pasadena, Exit Lake Ave.
Go North 2.7 miles, Right on Alta Dena Dr.
Go .8 mile, Left on Porter. Entrance is at Porter & Loma Alta, Street Parking (rain cancels)

In Order of Playing & Artists/Performers:

“Nina” written and directed by Hank Bunker
with Barry Sherman, Mike Wiles, Joe Sikora and Kadina de Elejalde

“House of Miracles” written and directed by Guy Zimmerman
with Corryn Cummins, Gregory Littman and Gray Palmer

“Dance The Plant Like,” a Dance Performance by bodycity
with Lake Sharp, Madeline Baugh, Alexis Hyman and Jennifer Lehman

“Teeth” written and directed by Wesley Walker
with Gill Gayle, Andrew Hopper and Lisa Littman

“Hidden Hills” written and directed by Sharon Yablon
with Kim Debus, Niamh McCormally and Christopher Kelley

MUSICIANS:
Andrew Pask/saxophones & clarinets
Steuart Liebig/contrabass guitars
Stephen Rowe/guitar & vocals

Did we mention that the musicians are composing music especially for us?

So cool! Hope to see you there!

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One Response to bodycity joins Sharon’s Farm for outdoor performance – Saturday, August 1, 2009

  1. Molly says:

    sounds awesome ladies. i just saw that bosche piece in madrid! we are one mind together forever.

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