We regret to inform you all that in compliance with recent events and actions occurring on the Middlebury College campus related to the COVID-19 outbreak,
the Middlebury College Dance Program has cancelled the Movement Matters workshop with Maree Remalia scheduled for Wednesday March 11. In addition, the performances of Lida Winfield’s “Imaginary” scheduled for March 13 and 14 have been cancelled. Patrons who have already purchased tickets can contact the box office at 802.388.6433 for further information. Please spread the word!
Mixing dance, theater, storytelling, and original music performed live, IMAGINARY is a quirky and innovative yet socially poignant work that explores perception in relationship to the imagination. The performance sifts through facts, allegations, and possibilities, bringing together the creative capacities of five amazing artists, many with Middlebury connections: Winfield, visiting assistant professor of dance; Matthew Evan Taylor, assistant professor of music; alumna Ellen Smith Ahern ’05; Joseph Hall; and former W. Mellon Interdisciplinary Choreographer Maree ReMalia, set design by Colin C Boyd and costume design by Mira Veikley.
(Imaginary is) “A wholly original, magnificently absurd, and righteous dance theater work.” Bates Dance Festival
IMAGINARY is a National Performance Network (NPN) Creation Fund Project co-commissioned by the Middlebury Performing Arts Series, in partnership with the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Jacob’s Pillow, and The Yard.
March 13–14, 2020
If you purchased tickets already, please call Middlebury for a refund.
This event has already occurred.