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Sound Culture presents: From the Arctic To The Middle East featuring (Broken Narratives by an American Flamenco Dancer)
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Sound Culture presents: From the Arctic To The Middle East
featuring (Broken Narratives by an American Flamenco Dancer)

Sound Culture presents: From the Arctic To The Middle East (Broken Narratives by an American Flamenco Dancer)

Friday, Feb 22, 2013 8:00 PM CST 2013-02-22T20:00 (7:00 PM Doors)
, Chicago, IL

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Clinard Dance Theatre is thrilled to present its latest work, From the Arctic to the Middle East (Broken Narratives by an American Flamenco Dancer) February 22nd at Mayne Stage Chicago (1328 W. Morse Avenue) at 8:00 PM. Doors open at 7:00 PM. 

General Admission tickets are $25 can be purchased HEREA limited number of VIP tickets, which include a show poster, reserved seating and a complimentary drink are also available. A meet-and-greet with the performers and silent auction will be held immediately following the show. 

About "From the Arctic..."

Artistic Director Wendy Clinard leads you on a journey inspired by travels with her daughter to Syria while reading the Arctic travel epic, Kaloona. The work fuses connections between the ancient and the modern, the spiritual and the physical, and those between the essences of struggle and celebration. Clinard questions the forces that shape human history and interdependence. 

From the Arctic to the Middle East (Broken Narratives by an American Flamenco Dancer) is an interdisciplinary multimedia work that includes an original score by composer and music director Steve Gibons, performed on contrabass, guitar, oud, percussion, violin and voice. The work presents contemporary flamenco dancers in unique context; with video projections by Marco Ferrari.

From the Arctic to the Middle East (Broken Narratives by an American Flamenco Dancer) uses the timeless tools of story, song, music, and dance to provide an odyssey and a sense of transcendence which gives the feeling that the journey has just begun.

 Zack Wittenburg of Time Out Chicago describes the piece as "exemplary of how live performance... can act as connective tissue between people of divergent experience.”

Find out why Lucia Mauro of the Chicago Tribune says “Clinard places the intricate presentational aspects of flamenco in a vital contemporary context.

About the Company

Clinard Dance Theatre remains a constantly evolving ensemble of performers and collaborators lead by Artistic Director Wendy Clinard. The company was formed in 1999 and since that time, collaborations have included artists from Zimbabwe, Spain, Morocco, Syria, and India, as well as many well-respected Chicago and U.S. artists. At the center of each work, Wendy explores personal and global concerns, connecting the audience to the world through art. In addition to original works, the Company offers year-round flamenco classes to students of all ages and ability levels. To learn more about Clinard Dance Theatre, visit www.clinardance.org