If You Knew You Then | Boston
Mar
9
to Mar 10

If You Knew You Then | Boston

 "If You Knew You Then", is a patchwork reconstruction of circumstances evolved from revisiting past behaviors and memories of the dancers' younger selves. Emerged from themes such as leader and follower, aggression, tension and support, and peer influence, the 60-minute work builds a robust movement landscape where the performers are challenged with negotiating group chemistry and social constructs as they move through a social and solitary terrain.

"If You Knew You Then", is a patchwork reconstruction of circumstances evolved from revisiting past behaviors and memories of the dancers' younger selves. Emerged from themes such as leader and follower, aggression, tension and support, and peer influence, the 60-minute work builds a robust movement landscape where the performers are challenged with negotiating group chemistry and social constructs as they move through a social and solitary terrain.

3 shows!

March 9 @ 8pm | March 10 @ 7pm & 9pm 

Join us for a reception after the 9pm show!

Tickets HERE

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We Love: an ECDC Board Bash
Feb
7
6:00 PM18:00

We Love: an ECDC Board Bash

 Join ECDC for a pre-Valentine's Day bash! Learn more about the dance company and its upcoming plans for 2018. See videos of past performances, meet some of the dancers, and find out how you can help the organization in the future. Drinks, food, and fun will abound at this February 7 event!   ADVANCED TICKETS $25 |  HERE    Door $30

Join ECDC for a pre-Valentine's Day bash! Learn more about the dance company and its upcoming plans for 2018. See videos of past performances, meet some of the dancers, and find out how you can help the organization in the future. Drinks, food, and fun will abound at this February 7 event!

ADVANCED TICKETS $25 | HERE

Door $30

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If You Knew You Then
Mar
31
to Apr 8

If You Knew You Then

"If You Knew You Then", is a patchwork reconstruction of circumstances evolved from revisiting past behaviors and memories of the dancers' younger selves. Emerged from themes such as leader and follower, aggression, tension and support, and peer influence, the 60-minute work builds a robust movement landscape where the performers are challenged with negotiating group chemistry and social constructs as they move through a social and solitary terrain.

Choreography by Kellie Ann Lynch in collaboration with dancers: Luis Antonio, Lindsey Bauer, Tara Burns, Nikki Carrara, Kellie Lynch, Samantha Russell and Alicia White.

World Premiere 2017: March 31 & April 1, 7, 8 | Fri & Sat | Shows at 7pm & 9pm

Tickets available on the Lyric Hall website & calendar  HERE

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