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470 S. Allison Pkwy
Lakewood, CO 80226
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Zz LCCP - 2022 - SALT Contemporary Dance

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Zz LCCP - 2022 - SALT Contemporary Dance
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Saturday, October 29

The fresh contemporary company to watch, SALT Contemporary Dance performs an awe-inspiring mixed repertoire program featuring work by world renowned choreographers including Micaela Taylor, Ihsan Rustem, and SALT's Joni McDonald. Backed by the technical mastery of SALT's dancers, these pieces take audiences on a journey which explores self-discovery, reflects on the beauty of the natural world, and features music by Strauss, Bach, and Handel.

Tickets start at $25.
Pieces included in the program are: 

The Quality Of  by Joni McDonald
This work is deeply influenced by the music of classical masters Strauss, Bach, and Handel. The dancers’ performance encapsulates the strength and delicacy of these musical pieces in beautiful contemporary movement. 

Feather by Micaela Taylor
With movement inspired by a flock of birds flying over the mountain, dancers embody imagery which evokes the quality of flying, the lightness of wings, and eye-catching energetics of a flock of birds moving through the sky.

Long Story Short by Ihsan Rustem
This piece takes the audience through a three stage journey of insecurity and immense doubt, the urge to break free, then absolute calm. After a stage of immense change, choreographer Ihsan Rustem created Long Story Short  as a reflection of this experience. As Rustem notes, the movement and the dancers' relationships embody an “exploration of how one may progress from questioning to clarity, as one chapter ends and the next begins.” This piece features intricate movement coupled with the strong narration of Allen Ginsburg’s “Howl” in the background. It was created for and premiered by Hubbard Street 2, November 22, 2014. 

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