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"SEPIA: the aquarium version" by Nadine Bommer Dance Company
Nadine Bommer Dance Company presents its newest work, SEPIA: the aquarium version, in its home space, The Bromley. The work is an immersive adaptation of the piece SEPIA, which premiered at the Suzanne Dellal Center in Tel Aviv last June. Join NBDC for an intimate experience with their newest imaginatively animated character!
Fri, February 24th - 8pm
Sat, February 25th - 8pm
Thurs, March 9th - 8pm
Fri, March 10th - 8pm
Thurs, March 30th - 8pm
Fri, March 31st - 8pm
*Tickets are sold-out for February 25th! Purchase your tickets for another evening today!
Sepia is a 60-minute contemporary dance work depicting imaginatively evolved creatures who merge the past, present, and future with their powerful presence. Journeying through a world of their own creation, these creatures display a feminine strength, ability to change, and inherent danger through the signature Nadine Bommer movement language.
Choreography by Nadine Bommer
Sound by Nevo Yemini
Costumes by Inbal Ben Zaken
Performed by Malin Andreasson, Jamison Goodnight, Katie Mattar, Delphina Parenti, and Sammy Roth
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