“Adrienne Truscott’s they will use the highways begins, and I’m instantly smitten.”
-Deborah Jowitt, Village Voice
“A fresh, engaging voice. Bring on her next eruption.”
-Jennifer Dunning, The New York Times
In this new evening-length piece, Adrienne Truscott and her dancers explore the anarchy of artifacts, the problem with primitive, and the conflation of epic timelines as they consider the possibilities and absurdities of a museum. Once their museum was curated, artifact, evidence, primitive man, overheard phrases, modern man and Kelly Clarkson collided. No matter how uninvited and unwelcome, theme and narrative, both biblical and mundane, began to assert themselves. They visited six museums and on the seventh day, they rested.
Performers include: Natalie Agee, Carmine Covelli, Neal Medlyn, David Neumann, and Adrienne Truscott. Set design, sound design and video by Adrienne Truscott and Carmine Covelli.
Photo credit: Karinne Keithley
March 22 – 25, 2007
Thursday – Saturday at 8 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday at 5 p.m.
$20, $15 Student/Senior