Could scarcity of water turn humans into despicable creatures, or is it the other way around?
CHOREOGRAPHY BY TONI BRAVO, with contributions from ORLANDO CANOVA and SHARON MARROQUÍN
WHEN: June 4 at 8:00 PM and June 5 at 6:30 PM
WHERE: Boyd Vance Theatre at George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, 1165 Angelina Street
TICKETS: $7 TO $18
Donations will also be collected for our partner charities: H2OForLife.com and CharityWater.org
Originally conceived in October 2009, this is the final chapter of our project in memory of Lucia Rodriguez.
A choreographic and video collaboration, THIRST is an exploration of the significance of water as sustenance and as an agent of growth and inspiration. It examines the possible consequences of neglecting this vital resource.
After the concert, Ms. Bravo will travel to Essen, Germany, and Dublin, Ireland, where she will teach and choreograph a portion of the program for future performances.A portion of this program was performed as part of A Global Initiative in support of UN World Water Day in March. Coordinated by Diverse Space Dance Theatre, this project will recur each March with simultaneous performances in over 20 locations around the world, through 2014. Join us!