PASS: PERFORMING ARTS SALON SATURDAYS CONTINUES WITH FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH A Celebration of the Staten Island Dance Community
Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden is pleased to present From the Horse’s Mouth, created and directed by Tina Croll and Jamie Cunningham, as part of the Snug Harbor’s Performing Arts Salon Saturdays (PASS) which showcases works of performing arts in various stages of development. The production will take place on Saturday, October 29, 2016, at 6PMat the Music Hall on Snug Harbor’s idyllic 83-acre campus. As with all PASS productions, the presentation will be preceded at 5PM by a welcoming reception and followed by a moderated artist talk. Tickets are $10 and are available at Brown Paper Tickets. Tickets can also be purchased at the door the day of the performance. Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden is located at 1000 Richmond Terrace.
From the Horse’s Mouth, is a celebratory dance/theater production that has received standing ovations for its captivating story-telling and exceptional dancing, with rave reviews from critics around the United States. The performers, outstanding dancers, and choreographers of all ages and dance traditions tell personal stories from their lives, then perform movements of their own choosing, sometimes interacting with another dancer. The stories range from humorous to poignant revealing personal moments of loss, joy, frustration, and triumph. The Snug Harbor cast will feature local dancers including Sheila Rohan, formerly of the Dance Theatre of Harlem, Larissa Gonzalez-Schiano, Rosita Roldan, Helen Levin, and Jeannine Otis. This performance is curated by Gabri Christa.
“Snug Harbor has long been a home for the Staten Island dance community, including the Music Hall and the newly renovated Snug Harbor Dance Center. We are honored to have local legends such as Sheila Rohan, Janet Savage, and Sajda Musawwir Ladner take the stage alongside several generations of Staten Island dancers,” said Lynn Kelly, Snug Harbor’s President & CEO.
Since this show is cast and community specific, no two performances of From the Horse’s Mouth are the same. Those who are interested in dance and live performance will appreciate this rare production sharing the individual stories of those on the stage.