Dancing Feminisms, Politics, and Subjectivity: An Evening With Crisol Danza Teatro
Tue, September 27, 2011 • 5:00 PM - 6:15 PM • Winship Drama Building (WIN) Room 2.112
Discussion with Dance Company
The Theatre and Dance Department present a co-sponoosred event with the Center for Women's and Gender Studies featuring the Crisol Danza Teatro of Guadalajara, Mexico. There will be an exciting discussion with the dance company as well as a Q&A at the end. Refreshments will be provided.
Described as a perfect flow of body, motion, word, mind, spirit, voice, dance, and theatre, Crisol draws from a variety of acting and dancing techniques to create distinctly unique performances. Formed in 2009 by four women with diverse origins and proficiencies in the scenic arts, Crisol exudes authenticity by presenting the intimate truths of its characters without self-censorship or prejudices. From a spiritual and emotional angle, they explore their intimate universes, exposing their vulnerability and generating spaces of silence, of void, of no time. For a glance at Crisol's work, checkout this video!
For more information please visit the Texas Performing Arts homepage.