Flexn Evolution

Charlotte Brathwaite, associate director

May 18-21; Th-Sa at 8pm; Sun at 3pm
643 Park Avenue
New York, NY

“…[a] searing example of dance as protest”The Boston Globe

Dance pioneer Reggie (Regg Roc) Gray, visionary director Peter Sellars, and members of the D.R.E.A.M. Ring return to the Armory for FLEXN Evolution, re-envisioned with newly created scenes since the Armory premiere in 2015 that embody the next steps in a form that breaks news from the artistic and political front lines. The performances feature a series of self-choreographed and improvisational scenes by 16 dance-activists from the D.R.E.A.M. Ring, a creative engine of acclaimed artists that unite communities through movement for social change around the world. Using the flex dance vocabulary—characterized by sharp, rhythmic contortion, pausing, snapping, gliding, bone-breaking, and animated showmanship—the dance-activists confront issues of social justice and racial equality within our nation’s law enforcement and judicial systems.  VISIT EVENT WEBSITE

Upcoming Events

New England Chapter of the Music Library Association
June 02, 2017 - 3:30pm
MIT Music and Theater Arts In conjunction with The New England Chapter of the Music Library Association Presents   Music by Charles Shadle   THREE SOUTHERN FABLES (2017) How the ‘Possum Lost His Tail-Feathers Madame Moonbeam and the Bootlegger’s Handsome Son...
June 03, 2017 - 12:00pm
      Yuri Tulchinsky and Lilia Xie present a flute and piano recital. Lilia was a member of the MIT Chamber Music Society this past semester.   The event is funded by the Council for the Arts at MIT.   The program is the following: ...