"From Dawn to Dust (And Other Cognitive Realities)" is a night of choreography and concept that explores the realities we choose to live in over the genuine realitiy that lies beneath them. It will be presented at The Fortress (1500 Clinton St.) for one-night ony on Saturday, December 3 at 7:00pm (doors at 6:30). TIckets are free for ages 5 and under.
Following their critically acclaimed presentation of Dear Apocalypse this summer at the Troutt Theater, FALL returns with another ambitious collaboration featuring performances by three Nashville-based dance groups, original music and poetry performed live, and visual arts exhibitions that explore the same concepts as the choreography.
Created by former FALL company member Ryann Lievens, this three-part work performed by FALL, Epiphany Dance Partners, and students from DancEast, examines the "shoulds" we live under, the spiraling worries that cloud our vision, andthe deceptive games our brains like to play, all while removing judgement from our lens of vision.
Located next to historic Marathon Village, The Fortress houses a café that will be open during the event and allows audience members to enjoy a true Nashville art experience with coffee, live music, poetry, contemporary dance, and visual art.
Collaborators and featured artists include: guitarist Bryan Pardue, poets Kana Kavon and Patricia Albrecht, and visual artists Mark Hosford, Ashley Layendecker, James Perrin, and Casey Pierce. Art exhibitions and poetry thoughtfully curated by contributing poet and visual artist Alysha Irisari Malo. Also featuring music by Ed Haggard and The Love Drums.
FALL is a Nashville-based aerial and contemporary dance company founded with the goal to create rich authentic art expereinces that are accessible to a wide variety of audience members. Visit FALLdance.org for more information.