Thursday, October 22, 2015
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Lyman Allyn Museum
The process of creating art, both visual and performance, can be mystifying to many. Throughout his career Doug Varone has found inspiration from a variety of sources. His most recent work “ReComposed” is a visual dance creation inspired by American abstract artist Joan Mitchell’s pastel drawings. Varone’s articulate and insightful way of dissecting his choreography for audiences helps to demystify the art form for many viewers, and provides an overture for experiencing his work. During the “Stripped” program Varone provides an intimate look at his creative process. The Company, dressed in only rehearsal clothes presents a detailed look into the intricacies of how dances are created and performed. Program to be held in the Lyman Allyn Art Museum auditorium.
The company will also present a fully stage performance of “ReComposed” and other works by Varone on Saturday, October 24 in Palmer Auditorium at Connecticut College. For tickets and information about the performance at Palmer Auditorium call 860-439-2787 or visit http://onstage.conncoll.edu.