Wooden Laura Peterson Choreography
Wooden played in the mainstage from November 4-12, 2011.
- “Peterson’s choreography, full of gnarled shapes and Cunningham-esque movement phrases, holds its own.”
- — The New Yorker
- “Splendor in the grass.”
- — Wall Street Journal
- “...the piece is enthralling and able to convey ideas through the growing landscape of their movements. ”
- — EYE ON THE ARTS, NY - Annie Woller
- “Audience members are guided through various environments that mimic the natural world in this design-oriented dance installation that marks the culmination of Peterson’s residency at HERE.”
- — City Arts
About the show
Wooden is a dance about time and nature's geometry. This evening-length quartet occupies different environments installed in one performance space. Follow the dance through a lush, growing lawn and a dry, desiccated landscape of hanging trees. Wooden is filled with mathematical precision, velocity and liquid improvisation.
11/9: Dance, Installation and Reporpusing
Performed by: Laura Peterson, Kate Martel, Edward Rice, Janna Diamond
Lighting design: Amanda K. Ringger
Sound design: Soichiro Migita
Production Manager: Jon Pope
$10 student tickets available with ID*
$35 for the Benefit Night on Nov 4
November 4-12 at 8:30pm
No show Monday
*Please note only 10 tickets will be available per night at the student price. The rate will not be honored for students without a valid high school or college ID at the time of ticket redemption.