Photo Credit:  Emmanuel Tamrat, with dancer Chloe Zinn
Photo Credit: Emmanuel Tamrat, with dancer Chloe Zinn
Dance Company Middlebury presents: Is Being Seen Enough?

Friday and Saturday, April 30 and May 1, 2021 at 8 pm (for live audiences), 7:45 pm for virtual audiences
Mahaney Center for the Arts, Dance Theatre, Plaza, and outdoor stage
Is being seen enough? is The Dance Company of Middlebury’s culminating performance of Spring ’21. This work weaves together stories of resilience as we are arriving to, excavate, and celebrate embodiment and collectivity, marking this unique and challenging moment in human history. This evening-length work is performed by: Akwasi Agyeman, Lí Buzzard, John Cambefort, Bobbi Finkelstein, Rena Gao, Sam Kann, Hannah Laga Abram, Kevin Park, Graham Shelor, Kaila Thomas, Liv Weisel, and Chloe Zinn. Live audience members convene at the outdoor stage at 8 pm and are guided through the Dance Theater and arrive at the MAC Plaza. A live sound score will be performed by Deborah Felmeth and Ron Rost. This year, the Dance Company of Middlebury is directed by Assistant Professor of Dance Laurel Jenkins with guest artists Maria Garcia (LA), Meena Murugesan (LA), and David Thomson (NYC). Free, in-person attendance is limited by capacity, register here: to reserve your spot. The showing will also be live streamed to the Dance Program Youtube channel starting at 7:45 pm both nights. The performance will be live streamed if there are heavy rains.

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