A part of the The Future Is… Festival: Featuring contributions from Brandon Kazen-Maddox, Max Greyson and Austin Regan with an opening performance by Tiffany Rea-Fisher (2022 Toulmin Fellow at National Sawdust and Center for Ballet and the Arts) and a talkback with Kevin Gotkin

LIVE AT NATIONAL SAWDUST // 6:30PM DOORS
June 9, 2022
7:30 pm
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Left and Right is a collaboration between composer/performer Molly Joyce (2021 Toulmin Fellow), choreographer/dancer Jerron Herman, writer/audio describer Max Greyson, and director Austin Regan that examines historical myths of the traditionally cursed and dark left (sinister) side of the body and its relationship to the right-hand side, which was considered healing and beneficent. The piece unites and confronts universal, contemporary, and personal perspectives on dualism and asymmetry through the disparate yet synergic disciplines of dance, music, and poetic audio description. Left and Right was previously presented by National Sawdust as part of our quarantine-era Digital Discovery program in collaboration with the Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU with support from the Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation.

Jun 9

Jerron Herman and Molly Joyce: Left and Right with an opening set by Tiffany Rea-Fisher