ABE ABRAHAM PREMIERES HIS NEW MOVEMENT STUDY FILM
Abe Abraham's exquisite film Wind and Tree was created especially for the medium of film and inspired by a poem by Pulitzer Prize winning poet Paul Muldoon. The young filmmaker/dancer founded his company, Abanar, for the purpose of expanding perceptions of movement through film.
For Abe, film becomes a partner in the creation of dance.
Featured performers are:
- Megumi Eda (currently with Armitage Gone! Dance)
- Caitlin Mundth (Broadway's La Cage aux Folles)
- Kevin Petite (formerly Ailey II and Tharp's Movin' Out)
- Jacob Warren (Armitage Gone! Dance), and
- Abe Abraham.
More About Abe:
Began dance classes at the age of 4 at the Jack Lemon School in his native Toronto. As a teenager Abe appeared in commercials and some feature films, and as a back-up dancer to LaToya Jackson. He moved to New York and earned his BFA in Dance in 1993 from the Tisch School for the Arts at NYU. Abe also studied here with David Howard and Wilhelm Burmann, and took classes in Flamenco. His performing credits include Max Stone, Johan Renvall and the Metropolitan Opera Ballet.
WIND AND TREE'
Sunday May 15 at 6 PM, 7 PM, 8 PM
Monday May 16 at 7 PM, 8 PM
Tribeca Screening Room, 375 Greenwich Street (#1 train to Franklin)
Reservations: 917-658-7384 or www.abanar.org
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