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(Un)draped is an abstract, sculptural, and often sensual dance and visual arts collaboration that explores loneliness, exhibitionism, and despair. Vacillating between persistent aloneness and overt intimacy through movement either frenetic or achingly slow, the two pieces in this show ask the audience to choose whether to view them through the studious gaze of an artist or the eyes of a voyeur.
Content Notes: Not nudity per se, but some of the performers are wearing undergarments for long periods of time. No latecomers.
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