PERFORMANCE — 22 London Rd.
October 27 + 28, 7pm
Supper, People on the Move
Hosted at Randy Shull and Hedy Fischer’s 22 London Rd. Studio/Exhibition Space, choreographer Silvana Cardell’s Supper, People on the Move is a new dance performance inspired by themes of migration and the complex experience of dislocation. Physical bodies moving between physical places define migration and the immigrant journey at the heart of humanity’s ability to survive. This work is accompanied by an exhibition of photographs and narratives by Philadelphia-based artist Jennifer Baker and local photographer Steve Mann telling the story of “People on the Move” in our WNC community. Audiences will be invited to share in a group meal to discuss and connect over the themes brought forth by Cardell Dance Theatre’s performance.
The presentation of Supper, People on the Move was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and support by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.
Photo: Bill Hebert (Supper, People on the Move)