Control Group Productions
Denver's Experimental Art and Performance Laboratory
Apr. 28-30: when we were beautiful…

Control Group Productions presents

when we were beautiful and all that came after

Directed by Patrick Mueller, in collaboration with Hallie Bauernschmidt, Amelia Charter, Soleil Chappelle, and Kristine Whittle

April 28-30, 2011
Doors and pre-show at 7:40, Show at 8pm
at The BINDERY | space
2180 Stout St., Denver, CO, 80205
22nd and Stout, directly behind the Mercury Cafe
$15 at the door | $12 online here

Created by Control Group
Directed by Patrick Mueller
Performed by Soleil Chappelle, Patrick Mueller, and Kristine Whittle
Interactive Space Design by Amelia Charter
Sound by Brian Freeland

Decaying surfaces, facades wearing slowly away, the gradual revelation of the underlying resilient form: the sculptural/geological process of aging.

This site-specific movement theatre meditation approaches aging as an on-going process of reduction toward a fully exposed self. It explores the experience of those layers deteriorating through pressure, friction, and time, leaving us exposed and vulnerable; and it seeks the firm, clear core underneath that only grows stronger under these pressures.

Created in residency at The BINDERY | Space.

Control Group Productions, the permanent resident dance company of The Packing House Center for the Arts, approaches live performance as a single medium, ignoring the articificial boundaries of traditional genres. Through seeking the material that best fulfills each project concept, CGP creates unique new works that span the spectrum of dance, theatre, music, and visual art.

This work contains nudity and may not be appropriate for all audiences.

For more information, contact patrick@controlgroupproductions.org.

 

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