On the Verge: Dances to Provoke Change
On the Verge is a shared dance performance with work by Quilan Arnold, Emily Berry, Kevin McEwen, and Malcolm Shute. The group brings different movement forms together, including West African, Contemporary, and House. Their dances express diverse perspectives about humanity within dire circumstances. From remembering Haitian revolutionary cries to mourning cries for a lost father, On the Verge uses an array of forms to showcase the colorful ways we cope, we heal, we celebrate, and we overcome.
Venue: Green Space
37-24 24th Street, Suite 211
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