Something we do a lot of in rehearsal is generate movement from a particular assignment or idea, learn material created by someone else in the room or teach our own, and then manipulate that material in some way. In Origins rehearsal on Thursday, Liz paired dancers together to make new duets. In each pair was one dancer who knew a phrase created by Ben, and one dancer who knew a different phrase created by Ben. The dancers could use the material as they liked, but were asked to start offstage and travel into the space. Here you’ll see four very different results…
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