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A dynamic and poetic dance show, Untitled Arguments juggles the relationship between experience and perception, to consider: what are the consequences of a fixed perspective?—through the familial lens of quick-witted twin siblings struggling to move apart for the first time. Untitled Arguments explores duality and unity as a way to learn about the social context of polarity. Our creative task in this endeavour is to isolate emotion from information so that we may focus on the possibility that multiple perspectives are true at one time and that there is more to polarity than two parallel differences. Beginning with oneself, this event carries the collective potential to inspire a more peaceful and sovereign society.

Concept + Choreography by ALESSANDRA MARCONI + COREY JOHN SNIDE
Writer ALESSANDRA MARCONI
Visual Designer YAZMANY ARBOLEDA
Composer & Sound Designer MARC CARDARELLI

About the Team: Alessandra Marconi (resident choreographer of Broadway’s Hamilton and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), Corey John Snide (best known in the title role of Billy Elliot the Musical), Yazmany Arboleda (NYC's inaugural People's Artist at the Civic Engagement Commission), Marc Cardarelli (performer with Sleep No More, sound designer for The Pigeon and the Mouse)

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Guest Experience at 212-875-5456 or [email protected].

 

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