An evening with Lucinda Childs

Wednesday 4 November 2015 - Auditorium

8 p.m.
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An evening with Lucinda Childs
Performance

'3 solos by Lucinda Childs danced  by Ruth Childs'

On the occasion of the presentation in Paris at Théâtre de la Ville of  "Available Light », choreographer Lucinda Childs proposes a world preview reinterpretation of three legendary solos by dancer and her niece, Ruth Childs: Pastime (1963) Carnation (1964) and Museum Piece (1965).

The show was followed by a dialogue between Lucinda Childs and Corinne Rondeau, author of "Lucinda Childs, Time / Dance" (Ed. The CND, 2013), in French.

 

Copyrights

Choregraphy: Lucinda Childs

Danse: Ruth Childs

Lighting: Eric Wurtz

Production: Scarlett’s

Presented by Fondation Louis Vuitton November 4, 2015

Executive Production: Lebeau & Associates   

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Estimated duration : 2h
Wednesday 4 November 2015
8 p.m. - Auditorium

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