Sunday, August 12, 2018

SWG/dancetheatre and Jacobs Dance Collective present he Sarah and Whitney Show in Hoboken

MST: Mile Square Theatre

The Sarah and Whitney Show! Fun! Excess! Risk! Live Dancing at MST!

WHEN: August 16th, 17th, & 18th ONLY
WHERE:
Mile Square Theatre, 1400 Clinton St., Hoboken—accessible by car, PATH, New Jersey Transit Trains, NY Waterway Ferry, and New York City bus via the Port Authority (eight minutes door-to-door!). Directions are available at: www.milesquaretheatre.org/visit/)
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FUN HEAD Brings the fun!Choreographers Sarah Weber Gallo and Whitney Jacobs join forces for this evening-length devotion to all things FUN. As the dancers careen through layers of excess, effort, risk, messiness, laughter, extreme embarrassment, and the inevitable morning after, The Sarah and Whitney Show makes space for our collective need to seek pleasure, companionship, and debauchery. Because WE WANT YOU TO HAVE MORE FUN!

Celebrating effort, excess, risk, and gigantic messes, The Sarah & Whitney Show is devoted to all things FUN! Choreographers Sarah Weber Gallo and Whitney Jacobs invite audiences to Mile Square Theatre for three evenings of free-range dance in celebration of our collective need to seek pleasure, companionship, debauchery, and laughter!

Sarah Weber Gallo is the Artistic Director of SWG/dancetheatre, and the Dance Director for Mile Square Theatre, where her 2016 production The Magic Hour had its world premiere (“Stunning!” - Dance Enthusiast). She is the senior dancer for the Metropolitan Opera Ballet at Lincoln Center.

Whitney Jacobs is a choreographer, performer, and educator based in New York City. Her choreography has been produced by the 14th Street Y, Joyce Soho, Triskelion Arts, Aaron Davis Hall, Brooklyn Lyceum and the Aronoff Center for the Arts (Cincinnati, OH), among others. Most recently she performed in Ghana with the acclaimed University of Ohio-based West African dance and drum ensemble Azaguno

Featuring SWG/dancetheatre and Jacobs Dance Collective

Estimated run time: 60 minutes
Recommended for all ages

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