Thursday Mar 07, 2013
8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
THE POWERHOUSE ARENA [Dumbo]
28 Adams Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Thursday, March 7
Tickets: $25 (click to purchase).
Tickets are no longer available online, nor over the phone for this evening’s performance. However, there will be plenty of tickets available for purchase at the door prior to the performance.
*Jamaica Kincaid will be signing copies of See Now Then and other titles this date only
(ticket holders will receive a $5 discount towards the purchase of any Jamaica Kincaid title)
Click here for info on additional performance on March 8.
Liss Fain Dance, a San Francisco-based contemporary dance company known for its performance installation work, presents The Water is Clear and Still, an immersive installation that interweaves Liss Fain’s intensely physical and classically-informed choreography with the sharp-edged and beautiful short stories of celebrated author Jamaica Kincaid, performed by actor Val Sinckler. The audience enters the set and sound environment with the dancers and actor and becomes an integral part of the performance. The Water is Clear and Still is seen at close range and from multiple perspectives. A work of intimacy and unpredictability, The Water is Clear and Still creates an intricate portrait of a woman and a place.
Credits: Direction and choreography: Liss Fain
Text: Jamaica Kincaid
Production design: Matthew Antaky
Original score: Dan Wool
Projection design: Frédéric Boulay
Costume design: Mary Domenico
Performers: Jeremiah Crank, Katharine Hawthorne, Megan Kurashige, Shannon Kurashige, Alec Lytton, Val Sinckler, and Carson Stein.
Image credits: RJ Muna, Frédéric Boulay