What Works II

An evening of contemporary dance, music and film by NYC based dance company Curet Performance Project for it’s 5th season. Premiering new, returning and reconstructed works revolving around the social, and politically engaged choreography by Megan Curet. In collaboration with musician Idan Morim, and filmmaker Edwige de Montalembert.  Join us as we explore this challenge through the performed body.
March 31 at 7:30pm, April 1 at 7pm
361 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn

**doors open for exhibition at 6pm**


Early bird (before 3/17): 3/31: $20 & 4/1: $22

Regular price (after 3/17): 3/31: $22 & 4/1: $25

At door (cash only): 3/31: $25 & 4/1: $30

Curet Performance Project

What Works II is an evening culmination of nearly three years of choreographic research practice. Using taught dance workshops across three continents, the body stories of so many dancers and non-dancers, the collaboration of varying musical and film artist and finally the social struggle of humans across the globe. Megan Curet used these tangible and intangible evidences to create the four works you will see tonight, in aim to answer the undying question, what more can dance offer and create in the spectrum of social and political dialogue? How do we engage the audience outside of the theater to question, challenge and continue the fight for equality and humanitarian justice? Is this even possible to accomplish through dance? What Works II is a dialogue between the moving body and the audience. We hope to incite and inspire you this evening and we thank you for joining us and most importantly, we dedicate this evening to all those suffering injustice across the globe. Tonight we tell your story, and we dance for you.

Choreographer: Megan Curet

Dancers: Ardella Bang, Ashley D’Amboise, Alex Clayton, and Doron Perk

Exhibition Curator: Weiss Nydorf

Collaborators: Idan Morim and Edwige de Montalembert

Board Members: Nicole Zee and Gabriela Rendon

Staff Administration: Imogen Pickles

**image credit: Nir Arieli**