PRLog - Jan. 8, 2013 - NEW YORK -- Current students are invited to experience APAP|NYC 2013 at Lincoln Center Institute’s Clark Studio Theater with Abdul Latif & D~Squared Dance Theater preview “20/20” on Friday (January 11), Saturday (January 12) & Sunday (January 13) for $10 discounted tickets. Abdul Latif, choreographer, dancer, and Artistic Director of D~Squared Dance Theater, supported by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and Lincoln Center Institute; invites students to attend the only APAP|NYC 2013 artist showcase at Lincoln Center Institute’s Clark Studio Theater for an evening of dance in the process of creation, and daring discussions on a forthcoming delightful dance-arts this work, developed first as part of Abdul Latif’s “The NEXT Project” Fellowship.
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Come witness “20/20” – A Work-In-Progress production of an evening-length piece that takes a look at gender confinement and social constructs within a culture. “20/20” is a ballet presented in two-parts: The Lady’s Section – entitled “BOX(ed) IN” – is the all-female work exploring an experiment of the imagined the possibilities of an existence where in which has broken out of her traditional place behind the man and stepped forward. The Gentlemen’s Section – called “STANDS” – is the all-male ballet that observes relationships within a group of men; and illustrates the struggles born out of separation from a collective. Subtly, male posturing leads us to a perspective is shared of how the - I & We coexist.
APAP|NYC 2013 Performance dates are: Friday (January 11, 2013), Saturday (January 12, 2013) with performances at 7:00p & 9:00p and Sunday (January 13, 2013) with performances @ 5:30p & 7:00p. For $10 STUDENT TICKETS purchase at: Brown Paper Tickets (Abdul Latif, & D~Squared Dance Theater presents '20/20' @ APAP NYC 2013!) and Eventbrite (http://abdullatif2020.eventbrite.com). $10 STUDENT TICKETS MAY BE AVAILABLE at the Clark Studio Theater @ Lincoln Center Institute on the day of the performances (with valid Student ID).
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Abdul Latif is supported by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and Lincoln Center Institute, and extends his thanks to both organizations.