Saturday, March 24, 2018 8:00pm
Nate Holden Performing Arts Center
4718 W. Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90019
Tickets: $25 in advance, $30 at the door.
$50 VIP ticket includes post performance reception backstage.
With extraordinary dancers and eloquent choreography, Clairobscur Dance presents it’s evening: Supremacy Ride. This performance features Laurie Sefton’s choreography with two world premieres and her sensual 2017 work Girl, Get Off (with original sound score by Bryan Curt Kostors).
Known for dense and detailed movements, Laurie Sefton’s award winning choreography is personal, emotional, and issue-based. It focuses on conveying complex ideas such as humanity, bullying, identity, climate change, memory loss, power, and sexuality. Dance has the power to be an action of change. It acts as a lens, magnifying concepts through abstraction and physicality, translating intangible ideas into movement. Choreography decodes emotional content and viscerally affects those who experience it. Ms. Sefton collaborates with researchers, composers, designers, poets and conceptual artists to investigate topics and develop a cohesive intention. For Supremacy Ride Ms. Sefton tackles issues sexual identity, societal stress brought about by the 2016 elections and collaborates with Hip Hop poet/spoken word artist Jason Chu.