Urdimbre y Trama (Warp and Weft) Presented by MDC 's Koubek Center and Antiheroes Project

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Urdimbre y Trama (Warp and Weft) Presented by MDC 's Koubek Center and Antiheroes Project

Presented as part of  En Residencia, an Artist-in-Residence program centering on the engagement of the Little Havana community.

Urdimbre y Trama (Warp and Weft) is a dialogue from and with the margin. It is a walk through the grounds of iconic old house in Little Havana, and an intimate portrait of seemingly disparate but intrinsically tied stories through movement, text and song. We begin with the dialogue that already exists in our bodies, voices, and community. We open ourselves to what is hidden, silenced, invisible in our condition as mestizas through the works of women like Gloria Anzaldúa, Antonieta Villamil, Mayra Santos-Febres and expand the conversations. It is the Warp and Weft of a weave that covers us as it unveils what lies beneath.

A multidisciplinary dance - theater performance which includes several female dancers performing at specific places around a beautiful historic house of Little Havana, house of the Koubec Center. The performance includes projections by Dinorah de Jesús Rodriguez and soundscape composed by José Luis de la Paz. Directed by Niurca Marquez

Age Appropriateness 13+


 

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