Hedwig Dances, an eminent Chicago-based dance theater company known for its theatricality and originality, presents choreographer Victor Alexander's Line of Sighs, a dance that plays with illusion and perspective and combines poetic
choreography with sculptural artifacts, vivid images and haunting original music.
Line of Sighs will be performed in two performances only on Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 6 and 7:30 pm at Defibrillator Performance Gallery located at 1463 West ChicagoAvenue in Chicago, Illinois. Tickets can be purchased at the door.
Suggested donation is $10. This performance is a part of Chicago Artist Month.
dances of 2013 by The Chicago Tribune, Line of Sighs integrates the conceptual, spatial, rhythmic, and sensual dynamics of weaving and dance, triggering a charged zone of corporeality. The dance builds an arena wherein the metaphors of weaving and dance intermingle, rendering visible the human need for connection. Structured on intervals of four (mirroring four beats in a measure, four harnesses on the loom, and choreographic movements in intervals of four), the six dancers move through an on-stage loom of white bungee cords that frames and alters the viewer's perspective.