"Autobiography written in bodies...physical sentences inseparable from verbal ones–neither upstaging the other–so what results is not dance and not poetry but some third medium." –The New York Times
Combining dance, poetry, and memoir in his work, NYC's Ian Spencer Bell brings us DUET, a 25-minute trio about an ex-boyfriend's betrayal, and MARROW, in which trios, duets, and solos recall growing up gay in rural Virginia and ponder ideas of home. Bell constructs the narrative using childhood stories and gossip. Often he seems to be speaking to himself, the audience bearing witness to confession. $20 adv / $25 door
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