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The Way at Midnight explores confrontations with losing and being lost from the colonial period through the digital age and incorporates theatrical performance, visual installation and live and recorded music. Directed by Joanna Russo, Mondo’s latest work is inspired by contemporary questions of migration and (dis)orientation.
Two performers—Hannah Pepper-Cunningham and Nick Slie bring humor and gravitas to their portrayals of seven distinct characters confronting their ancestry and looking towards an uncertain future. Framing the performance, visual artist Miwa Matreyek’s custom animations are projected onto four surfaces of the CAC warehouse, while composer Peter Bowling’s dynamic sound design and original compositions fill the auditory space.Read more →
Trisha Brown (1936–2017) was one of the most acclaimed and influential choreographers and dancers of our time; her groundbreaking work forever changed the landscape of art.Read more →
Kaneza Schaal is a New York City–based artist who has performed with many of the major downtown experimental theater companies. Her recent work, GO FORTH (2016), draws inspiration from the Egyptian Book of the Dead, a text originally intended to provide the deceased with a blueprint to the afterlife.Read more →
Sidra Bell returns to the CAC for the world premiere of her new work, MÖNSTER OUTSIDE, for which Sidra Bell Dance New York has joined forces with innovative Swedish composer Per Störby, his critically acclaimed chamber ensemble New Tide Orquesta and Sweden’s Visual Relief to develop a voyeuristic discourse about the nature of outliers in contemporary society.Read more →