Spring 2018 Events
Gaga: The Movement Language of Physical Research
Friday, April 20
8 p.m., Dance Theater
Saturday, April 21
2 p.m. and 8 p.m., Dance Theater
Photo by- Maxim Waratt | Dancers- Batsheva Dance Company
A residency based on campuswide participation in Gaga, the language and exploration of physical research developed by the artistic director of Israel’s acclaimed Batsheva Dance Company, Ohad Naharin. Culminating in a performance of Naharin’s seminal work Echad Mi Yodea set on students of the Skidmore Dance Department, the Gaga residency is designed to facilitate a campuswide physical dialogue surrounding themes in modern Israeli and Jewish culture such as identity, otherness, and humanity. Co-sponsored with the Dance Department.
This presentation is part of the Jacob Perlow Event Series and is co-sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Special Programs and the Dance Department. Funding is also provided by a gift from Beatrice Troupin.
Adults are $9/$12 and seniors/students are $5/$9 (Price range depending on seats selected.)
Purchase tickets online at www.skidmore.edu/dance/events/index.php.
General ticket access begins on April 9.
For questions, contact the Skidmore Dance Box Office at DanceEvents@skidmore.edu or 518-580-5392. Please arrive at the theater no later than 10 minutes prior to show time. Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of the house manager.
About the Jacob Perlow Series: A generous grant from the estate of Jacob Perlow—an immigrant to the United States in the 1920s, a successful businessman deeply interested in religion and philosophy and a man who was committed to furthering Jewish education—supports annual lectures and presentations to the college and Capital District community on issues broadly related to Jews and Judaism.