Horizon – Kyle Marshall Choreography

The NY Times includes Kyle Marshall as part of its listing of 6 Dance Performances to See

Gia Kourlas, a NY Times dance critic, interviews Kyle Marshall ahead of his BAM opening.

NY Times Review: Dancing the ‘Twisted Beauty’ of the Black Experience.

Provocative, young Kyle Marshall Choreography will bring three new works to Live Arts.

A.D. is an ensemble piece that explores the dancer’s body as a sacred vessel and its relationship to Christianity.

King, a solo work, honors Martin Luther King Jr. From the 1955 Montgomery Bus boycott to his last “I’ve been to the mountaintop” speech in Memphis 1968, Dr. King put his body where his mouth was and marched and marched and marched for social change. What was the physical and emotional price of that marching? What were effects on his body and soul?

In Horizon (World Premiere), a man and a woman of different races negotiate the tension of our expectations–what may occur and what we, the audience, have been trained to expect.

These three pieces exemplify Kyle Marshall Choreography’s core belief in “the dancing body as a container of history, an igniter of social reform and a site of celebration.”

Please note:  Strobe lighting will be used in part of this program.

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Non-Members: $40
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On-line ticket sales end two hours prior to a performance.  At that time, please call the Box Office for tickets at 973.971.3706.

Image Credit: Kyle Marshall Choreography.  Photo by Miguel Aviles.

Hourly Schedule

8:00PM -
Friday, January 17, 2020
2:00PM -
Saturday, January 18, 2020
8:00PM -
Saturday, January 18, 2020


Jan 17 - 18 2020