New York Live Arts Theater
November 3rd -4th, at 7:30pm and November 5th at 2pm and 7:30pm
Runtime: 50 min
Full $25, Student Senior $18

Choreography by Zvi Gotheiner in collaboration with the dancers: Doron Perk, Matilda Mackey, Nat Wilson, Caitlin Javech, Anson Zwingelberg, Nicole Leung, and Lesley Merced, with original music by composer Scott Killian and light design by Mark London. MIGRATIONS is in line with Gotheiner’s previous works that reflect on the collision of humanity with nature. In MIGRATIONS Gothiener will focus his creative attention on bird migration imagery and tendencies as a poetic mirroring for the current acceleration of human migration as a result of wars and the diminishing of life-sustaining resources due to global warming. Bird’s migration patterns are made in response to changes in food availability, habitat, or weather. These days, war is displacing people in Ukraine and the world is experiencing another wave of refugees. These concepts serve as a point of departure for the creation of MIGRATIONS. The choreography utilizes bird’s flocking imagery in the design of large group work, and flight imagery for the creation of trios and duets. Killian’s cinematic electronic score supports a sense of heroic struggle when traveling through the elements, while London’s light design will create landscapes that give the work a transitory sense of place.