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Music and Dance  in the Rebar Forest

Sunday September 30th, 2010


LiquidBody Dance performance  Resonant Streams: An Ancient Call

Previewed at Plunkett Auditorium in Adams, MA on October 16th, 2011.

Topia Arts Center and the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in New York City co-produced this audience-interactive multimedia LiquidBody Dance Performance with live original music by Nana Simopoulos for the Cathedral’s series on “The Value of Water”.

Resonant Streams: An Ancient Call  premiered on November 11th ~ 11/11/11 ~ and continued on the 12th at 8p at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in New York City.  It featured a cast of ten dancers, three live musicians, two multimedia artists creating virtual sets and costumes and guest appearances by visionary Continuum Movement founder Emilie Conrad and noted author, storyteller and African spiritual leader Luisah Teish.  Created for the Cathedral’s The Value of Water series that includes a visual art exhibit open for viewing at the Cathedral until 5p every day, Resonant Streams hopes to provide an experience of ourselves as water, of our interconnectedness to all water everywhere, and of our origins in the ancient primordial seas.  As we as fluid systems immerse ourselves in water, we are able to release and recreate our form responsively as we connect through resonance to each other, to our ancient roots, to our planet and beyond and to creative potential.

The Adams Theatre Remembered Documentary

These and other performances and events have been supported by a grant from The William J. & Margery S. Barrett Fund for Adams, Cheshire and Savoy, a fund of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.
Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation builds stronger communities and improves the quality of life for all residents of our region. Each year, the foundation distributes over $7 million through grants and scholarships, helping thousands of donors achieve their philanthropic goals and hundreds of nonprofits carry on their good work. Berkshire Taconic is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity.

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