History has always affected the future. But what if we could reshape our past?
World premiere at the 10th Annual Capital Fringe Festival July 11 – 25, 2015
Contemporary dance and haunting visuals combine to explore the malleability of memories.
A new multimedia collaboration between Motion X Dance DC and designer/photographer, Lindsay Benson Garrett, will premiere at this year’s Capital Fringe Festival.
Altered Archives challenges the commonly held belief that we can’t change the past.
Memories are not static snapshots, tableaus forever frozen in time. They are malleable facets of our mind whose shape ebbs and morphs with each influence that spills into our consciousness. Current events and mindsets color the meaning we assign to previous milestones – the future and the past are entwined. How we choose to retell our story influences the trajectory of our lives and ultimately our own identity. We can redefine the meaning of our history. We can alter our own archives.
Original choreography by Stephanie Dorrycott, with guest choreography by Elysia Greene, will be performed by six dancers against a backdrop of abstract video illustrations.
For more information, visit AlteredArchives.com
Eastman Studio Theatre at Gallaudet University
800 Florida Ave NE, in Washington, DC 20002
Saturday, July 11th at 12:15 p.m.
Wednesday, July 15th at 8:15 p.m
Sunday, July 19th at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, July 22nd at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday, July 25th at 6:30 p.m.
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS HERE, OR CALL (866) 811-4111.
Gallaudet University has free parking by the theatre building. The campus is also accessible by Metrorail (six blocks east of the red line NY Avenue stop) and Metrobus (buses servicing Florida Ave or 8th St.) The campus entrance gate is located on the north side of the intersection of 8th Street NE and Florida Avenue NE.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
Motion X Dance DC is a professional modern repertory dance company that serves the Greater Washington DC metropolitan area. Their mission is to foster the growth and development of established and emerging choreographers, giving them the opportunity to create and develop work on a group of versatile dance artists through artistic thought and movement experimentation. The result is the presentation of new, exhilarating and athletic dance works performed throughout the region.
Lindsay is a dancing designer and photographer who has an insatiable appetite to create. Her award winning photography has been featured in celebrity cookbooks, national newspapers and numerous magazines. She currently serves as an art director for a strategic branding and advertising agency in Virginia. Lindsay has also been a member of Gin Dance Company for three years, performing at the Kennedy Center, Atlas Intersections Festival and other many regional venues.