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“After all these years, it still floors me when a relationship this nuanced is enacted without one word being uttered on stage. It’s one of the first reasons I fell in love with dance to begin with.” (2014)

“The dancers glided across the stage, at times synchronized in their movements and sometimes intertwining or in contrasting movements. Watching this couple dance and listening to the exquisite music of Bach so masterfully played was a very special treat.” (2014)

Program Credits:
Performance by Ariel Freedman and Burr Johnson
Additional Contributors: Renée Colbert, Pierre Guilbault, Meg Weeks
Music by Sonata in G Major for violin and harpsichord, BWV 1019
J.S. Bach (1685 – 1750)
Performance by the Mallarmé Chamber Players: Jacqui Carrasco – violin and Elaine Funaro – harpsichord
Costume Design by Reid Bartelme

Hanesbrands Theatre (2014)