Barn Fever

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Barn Fever was a dance performance by Timothy Buckley described as a phase-like play of events emphasizing danger, competition, and cooperation. The performance explored the uncontrolled wildness of folk traditions and unsystematic imagery of fever. Barn Fever was performed by Rachelle Bornstein, Thom Fogarty, and Karen Pearlman. This work also included music by “Blue” Gene Tyranny and set design by Chris Callis and Peter Morello.

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