Glassy Essence Dress Rehearsal

I just returned from an incredible evening of dance at Cedar Lake’s space in Chelsea.  The company’s newest installation, Glassy Essence, starts tomorrow, but about 85 people were invited to tonight’s dress rehearsal.  Several other dance bloggers and I – with cameras in hand, of course – were lucky enough to be there.  After the 45-minute piece, we chatted with artistic director “Swan” and the audience outreach intern, Caleb.  Here are just a few photos from the performance.  Much more to come soon!

(Jessica Lee Keller on a wall of blocks)

 

 (Nickemil Concepcion and Jessica Lee Keller)

 

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9 Responses to Glassy Essence Dress Rehearsal

  1. Taylor says:

    It looks so cool! I’m going on Saturday…wish I could have been there with you fellow bloggers for the preview. Next time (or…Saturday for Take Dance haha).

  2. Philip says:

    It was such a dramatic and exciting performance…your photos are super!

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  4. tonya says:

    Your pictures turned out really good! I love the picture of the dancer behind the screen!

  5. Evan says:

    Thanks, Tonya and Philip! I think I got a little too caught up in snapping photos…I had to force myself to just enjoy the installation with my own eyes. After the talk, Matt and I agreed that if we go again, we should probably leave our cameras at home!

  6. M says:

    Hey ladies! Great to meet you tonight.

    Lovely photos Evan! I especially like the one on the table. I was too busy taking close-ups during that section. DEFINITELY need to lock up the camera when I go back.

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