Cleveland Public Theatre’s DanceWorks ’16 presents
Chilean Flamingos dance in private, Capuchin Monkeys reject unequal pay, Peacock Spiders use “jazz hands,” and that all too elusive animal group – humans – well, they have introspection. Animal behavior has often been studied to try to gain a greater understanding of humans, and in this collection of short dances inspired by animal videos distributed on social media, MorrisonDance creators will use humor, introspection, and clever interpretations to explore some of the theories of animal (and human) behavior through the art of movement.
MorrisonDance is sharing the evening in a double bill performance with
Thurs – Sat, March 17-19 at 7:30pm
6415 Detroit Ave., Cleveland, OH 44102
Tickets: $12-$30 (216) 631-2727 or cptonline.org
Directed by Sarah Morrison with creators and performers Amanda Clark, MaryPat Dorr, Jenni Hankey, Taliesin Reid Haugh, Anthony Jamison, and Dana Wasielewski.
HUManIMALS is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.