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Trisha Brown

Trisha Brown Dance Company/2 programmes

Dance

    SCHEDULE AND VENUES
    • Théâtre de la Ville
      October 22 to November 1

    Revisiting the art of Trisha Brown, who decided to end her career in 2012, this program focuses on the second chapter of her work – pieces for the stage, using sets and music. Whether they question memory (as in For MG: the Movie) or gender relations (as in Newark), her pieces probe the possibilities and limits of her medium, creating connections
    with visual arts.

    Programme A
    For M.G.: The Movie (1991)
    Choreography, scenography and costumes, Trisha Brown
    Music, Alvin Curran (One Step Too”)
    Light, Spencer Brown avec Trisha Brown
    Premiered at Hippodrome de Douai the 8 of February 1991
    Homemade (1966)
    Film by Babette Mangolte inspired by the original film of Trisha Brown and Robert Whitman
    Scenography, Trisha Brown et Robert Whitman
    Costumes, Kaye Voyce
    Dancer, Vicky Shick
    Premiered at Judson Memorial Church, New York, the 29 of March 1966
    Newark (Niweweorce) (1987)
    Choreography, Trisha Brown
    Scenography and Sound concept, Donald Judd
    Orchestration and realisation, Peter Zummo avec Donald Judd
    Light, Ken Tabachnick
    Trisha Brown Dance Company thanks Opéra de Lyon for the lending of  Newark backcloth (Niweweorce).
    Premiered at Nouveau Théâtre d’Angers the 10 of June 1987, commissioned by  CNDC d’Angers
    Programme B
    Foray Forêt (1990)
    Choreography, Trisha Brown
    Musicof a local brass band
    Scenography and costumes, Robert Rauschenberg
    Light, Spencer Brown  with Robert Rauschenberg
    Premiered at TNP, Lyon the 22 of Septembre 1990, commissioned by la Biennale de Lyon
    If you couldn’t see me (1994)
    Choreography, Trisha Brown
    Music, costume and scenography, Robert Rauschenberg
    Light, Spencer Brown avec Robert Rauschenberg
    Commissioned by Festival de danse de Châteauvallon the 1 of July 1994
    Astral Convertible (1989)
    Choreography, Trisha Brown
    Scenography, costumes, Robert Rauschenberg
    Music, John Cage Eight
    Light, Ken Tabachnick
    Commissioned by Montpellier, Cours Jacques Coeur, the 22 of June 1989, commissioned by Festival Montpellier Danse
    Trisha Brown Dance Company
    Founding of the Company and choreographer, Trisha Brown
    Associated Artistic Directors, Carolyn Lucas et Diane Madden // Neal Beasley, Cecily Campbell, Tara Lorenzen, Megan Madorin, Tamara Riewe, Vicky Schick, Jamie Scott, Stuart Scott, Stuart Shugg, Nicholas Strafaccia, Samuel Wentz, novice Eric Williams


    Corealisation Théâtre de la Ville-Paris ; Festival d’Automne à Paris
    Partnership with France Inter