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SHE: Voices of Women Heard and Unheard

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I’ll be joining the Dalia Carella Dance Collective once again this Fall and I’m very excited for this production!
I’ll be presenting a new solo work as well as a new Entelechy Dance duet with Layla Isis, AND appearing a in a classic piece of DCDC rep!
This show features an incredible lineup of women artists and will culmintate in Dalia’s new work telling the astounding life story of her Grandmother.

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OCTOBER 22-25, 2015

Triskelion Arts, Muriel Schulman Theater, 106 Calyer Street, Brooklyn, NY

Artistic Director: Dalia Carella

Performers: Diego Aleixo, Irina Akulenko, Dalia Carella, Goussy Celestin, Ramzi El-Edlibi, Diane Hutchinson, Layla Isis, Beth Kucharczyk, Mariyah, Nahoko Sugiyama, Stephanie Vartanian, Autumn Ward

“SHE” is a dance theater show in two parts that evokes the female voice, heard and unheard. Curated by internationally renowned Dalia Carella, Artistic Director of the NYC-based Dalia Carella Dance Collective (DCDC), “She” is a powerful representation of the myriad aspects of womanhood.

The first part will feature some of the finest New York City World Dance Artists that will depict feminine archetypes: matriarchs, femme fatales, and goddesses, as well as explore modern day female values.

The second part will be DCDC’s 2015 NYC premiere of “The Abduction of Genoveffa”. This multidisciplinary docudrama tells the story of Dalia’s grandmother, Genoveffa, who at sixteen years old was abducted, forced to marry her abductor and leave Italy for America. The core of this presentation will focus on how her destiny changed forever in that one despairing night. This passionate dance piece will lead you on a tumultuous journey from her survival through bitterness and loss, to her will to triumph with motherhood and family.

Triskelion Arts Center

Directions by train, bus or car:

Video of the new Triskelion Arts Center


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