March 11 at 8pm and March 12 at 4pm* and 8pm
$16 in advance / $20 at the door
*For the FAMILIES WELCOME matinee performance, one child ticket (under 12) is free with the purchase of one adult ticket. Each additional child just $5.
Thresholden, by Mari Meade Dance Collective, is an exploration of coexisting worlds: mysterious and inviting, uncanny and eerie. Its cast of characters—fantastical, hunched, textured, anthropomorphic—and their overlapping confrontations in an intricate web of existence are steadily revealed. Meade originally created this haunting work while in residence at Lake Studios Berlin.
Through deep senses of connection, fast footwork, and complex partnering sequences, Agawam examines sensibilities behind the work ethic and familial bonds of post-depression era working class American families. While researching Springfield, Massachusetts and Morrisania, Bronx during this time period, BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance translated some of the ethos, social practices, and energetic currents we discovered into movement. From music to clothing, to the naming of towns and sports teams, how do the "borrowed" threads of cultural crossover move us?