| Danceworks Studio Theatre |
| 1661 N. Water Street |
| Milwaukee |
Christal Wagner/Gina Laurenzi present…
Two 2 Duet
Saturday, March 24, 6:00pm & 8:30pm
Tickets: $18 General Admission | $15 Student/Senior *Tickets on sale soon!
Christal Wagner and Gina Laurenzi explore the relationship between performers onstage and their collaborators’ medium. This nearly hour long performance will be woven together by a series of dance solos and duets that respond to the auditory experience, the visual experience, or simply one another’s movement invention. Through 7 kinetic works of movement, poetry, music, film, original composition and visual art, they explore the idea of the duet.
TWO 2 DUET includes performances by Wagner, Laurenzi, Emma Koi and Alicia Storin. Additional collaborating artists include Dani Kuepper (choreography), Dustin Laurenzi (music composition), Josh Halverson (film), Stephen Wolff (spoken word), 2rees (music composition), and Cadance Collective (music and dance).
Zach Byron Schorsch presents…
Saturday, March 31, 7pm & 9pm
Tickets: $17 General Admission | $12 Artist RatePurchase Tickets
WISDOM TEETH: The final set of molars that most people get as they enter adulthood. While these teeth used to be a valuable asset, they are often misaligned and require extraction.
Zach Byron Schorsch (UW-Milwaukee Dance Department ’16) continues his exploration of maturity, identity, success, and failure in his first full-length choreographic work. Utilizing different forms of biography and artifacts, Schorsch collaborates with a variety of performers who ferociously bring their histories to the stage.
Witness what’s extracted as this show illustrates what it means to grow up and keep growing.
Ava Lemke presents…
Dancers Against Substance Abuse Fundraiser
Saturday, May 5, 5:30pm & 7:30pm
Tickets: $20 General Admission *Tickets on sale soon!
The overdose epidemic in Milwaukee is increasing in severity daily. To educate our community about the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse, dancers from around the community will come together to SHED LIGHT ON ADDICTION. Representatives from SALS Recovery Houses and Meta House will share their stories and performers will seek to further educate with thought-provoking movement.
All proceeds will benefit SALS Recovery Houses and Meta House to continue spreading support and awareness throughout Milwaukee.
Questions? Visit our FAQ page or contact Danceworks Box Office at 414.277.8480 x6025.
Interested in producing your own show at the Danceworks Studio Theatre? Contact Kim Johnson, Senior Director of Programs, via email or at 414.277.8480 x6018.
These projects are supported in part by a Danceworks Space Grant. The Danceworks DanceLAB continues its mission to support local artists by offering Space Grants for independent choreographers who would like to produce their own shows in the Danceworks Studio Theatre, or develop their own new work.