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When: February 4-10, 2002

The Joyce Theater
175 8th Avenue
New York, NY

Dancers: Jacqulyn Buglisi, Terese Capucilli
Christine Dakin, Donlin Foreman
Kevin Predmore, Stephen Pier
Miki Orihara, Virginie Mecene
Rika Okamoto, Nancy Turano
Walter Cinquinella, Jennifer Emerson
Emma Stein, Helen Hansen
Christina Sanchez
Musicians: Brian Zeger, the Cassatt String Quartet
Catfish Corner
Composer: Lisa DeSpain
Production Stage Manager: Maxine Glorsky
Lighting Design: Clifton Taylor, Jack Mehler
Costume Design: A. Christina Giannini, Elisa Jimenez
Set Design: Debora Mache, Jacobo Borges
Sebastian Lane, Sergio Savarese

About the Program

Two programs highlighted three world premieres by Buglisi and Foreman: Requiem, by Buglisi, Lisa D. by Foreman featuring a commissioned score by Lisa DeSpain played live by the Cassatt String Quartet, and Dances for Seven, also by Foreman, to music by Gurdjieff/de Hartmann and played live by pianist Brian Zeger. Also performed was Buglisi's multi-media work Frida, inspired by the life and art of Frida Kahlo, Foreman's Mean Ole' World with its crisp struts and Jitterbuggy moves to award winning composer Lisa DeSpain's blues score played live by Catfish Corner, and Suspended Women where Buglisi's women live in an impenetrable realm of beauty caught in dreams of desire, despair, madness, and renunciation.

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