Kinetic Crossings | March 10-11
Intersecting creative pathways, Nicole A. Martinell (Artistic Director of Deep Vision Dance Company) and Saiko Kino (Japanese dancer and choreographer) share an illuminating evening of contemporary dance works. Martinell re-creates In Faith, a vivid, spiritual journey of friction, connection, and gratitude through the eyes of a Muslim man and a Christian woman. Kino’s mesmerizing Shizuka, revives Shizuka Gozen, a 12th century mixed-gender dancer known for her extraordinary psychic powers and political influence. Bridging cultures and means of expression, this concert offers a captivating evening of dance, music, and storytelling.
Evening features collaborations with Jamahl Rahmaan (movement artist), Timothy Nohe (composer), Michiyo Yagi (musician), Heather Mork (lighting design/stage manager), Asako Miura (lighting design), Homayra Ziad (scholar-activist), and the Deep Vision dancers.
Location: Theatre Project, 45 W Preston St., Baltimore, MD 21201
Times: Friday, March 10 @ 8:00PM & Saturday, March 11 @ 8:00PM
Tickets: $25 General; $20 for Seniors/Military/Artists; $15 Students; 410-752-8558; https://www.theatreproject.org/
Link to Tickets: https://theatreproject.ticketspice.com/kinetic-crossings
COVID Policy: All patrons must show proof of vaccination for COVID and wear a mask. Seating will be limited.
Anti-Racism Statement from Deep Vision –
We at Deep Vision Dance Company support the Black Lives Matter movement, stand in solidarity with the Asian American Pacific Islander community, and work to defend, value, and amplify BIPOC voices. We support the LGBTQIA+ community and strive to listen, to speak up, to act, and to model inclusion and kindness. Violence, racism, and white supremacy must stop. Anti-racism is a process – an ongoing process of reflection, examination, disruption, and action. We commit to the process.
Deep Vision Dance Company