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29Nov
Sally Silvers & Dancers: ALONG
8:00 PM - 11:59 PM Roulette
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Date: November 29, 2018 to November 29, 2018
Where: Roulette, 509 Atlantic Avenue, New York, New York, United States
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Arts & Theater
Ticket Price: N/A

Dancers
Brandon Collwes
Dylan Crossman
Megan Curet
Lindsey Jones
Cori Kresge
Benedict Nguyen
Veraalba Santa
Melissa Toogood
Joshua Tuason

Gotham Girls Roller Derby Skater All-Stars
Lauren Corry (Caf Fiend)
S.C. Lucier (Fast and Luce)
Katherine Rugg (Space Invader)

Sally Silvers - Choreography
Bruce Andrews - Sound Design, Text
Michael Schumacher - Electronics
Ursula Scherrer -Scenic Design, Video
Joe Levasseur - Lighting Design
Elizabeth Hope Clancy - Costume Design
Charles Dennis - Drone Operator

A low-tech, science fiction based "girl power" adventure, ALONG imagines a place where different worlds and body languages confuse, collide, and waveringly communicate. The piece is intended to be a stark meeting of "super-heroes" stranded on a desert isle. Since there is no shared language, it starts from scratch to build a communality of difference. The cast includes dancers Brandon Collwes, Dylan Crossman, Megan Curet, Lindsey Jones, Cori Kresge, Benedict Nguyen, Veraalba Santa, Melissa Toogood, and Joshua Tucson and features three Gotham Girls Roller Derby Skater All-Stars: Lauren Corry (aka Caf Fiend), S.C. Lucier (Fast and Luce), and Katherine Rugg (Space Invader). ALONG features live sound design and electronics by Bruce Andrews and Michael Schumacher, video by Ursula Scherrer, lighting design by Joe Levasseur, costumes by Elizabeth Hope Clancy, and drones by Charles Dennis.

Artistic Director/Choreographer Sally Silvers has an on-going fascination with the poetic as well as the social meanings of movement - to offer a no-holds-barred exploration of movement possibilities often wittily

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