Captiva, Disappearance of the Outside, and Event Horizon

 

The Randy Warshaw Dance Company had a four-night run at The Kitchen in the spring of 1991. They performed three pieces: Event Horizon, Captiva, and Disappearance of the Outside. The first piece, Event Horizon, was a long work of boisterous movement, collisions, and reorientations set to music by John King and Trio Bravo. The following pieces, Captiva and Disappearance of the Outside, both New York premieres, were shorter works that ran for less than ten minutes each. Captiva featured male and female partners with music by David Linton. Disappearance of the Outside consisted of a quartet of four women who performed brief solos to music by John King.

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