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  • December 16    
    A Goddessey is a re-telling of the traditional “hero’s journey” as a feminist survival story using dance and acrobatics to narrate a quest for equality and empowerment.
  • December 16    
    This one woman show presents the story of Harriet Tubman reimagined as a young woman growing up in Harlem through a theatrical lens. This session will take the story of Harriet in the 19th century...
  • December 16    
    A program designed to showcase the work of emerging and mid-career artists who create movement-based pieces. 
  • December 16    
    In Rising to the Tap, a dance concert mixed with autobiographical solo storytelling, tap virtuoso Andrew Nemr candidly reveals a unique American journey.
  • December 16    
    Jeffrey Dunn Rovinelli’s feature film debut, Empathy follows Em, a heroin-addicted professional escort as she moves between New York City, Pittsburgh, and Los Angeles. 
  • December 16    
    The capital of Tunisia was once the legendary city of Carthage. Its Queen Dido, loved and abandoned by Aeneas on his mission to found Rome, inspired countless musical masterworks from the baroque era...
  • December 16    
    Performances curated by Dean Moss, who unpacks the wellness, body, mind and heart.
  • December 17    
    Photo: Gus Reed
  • December 17    
    Join 2016–17 artist in residence Julia Phillips as she discusses her inspirations and source materials involved in the creation of works on view in We Go As They.
  • December 17    
    A Goddessey is a re-telling of the traditional “hero’s journey” as a feminist survival story using dance and acrobatics to narrate a quest for equality and empowerment.

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