Live Arts Bard Presents
Claudia Rankine, Will Rawls, John Lucas
LAB Commission/World PremiereWhat Remains stages encounters for a culture that cannot memorialize without exposing society’s role in the disturbance and murder of its citizens. Through movement, language, and video it invites us across the threshold of this historical void, creating an immersive environment from the idea of an entombed imagination, and responding to violence and disappearance with a resonant, ghostly chorus.
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What Remains was developed in part during a BRIClab Residency at BRIC (Brooklyn, NY), with additional commissioning support from French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF)’s Crossing the Line Festival, and American Repertory Theatre (ART). Additional rehearsal space support provided by Gibney Dance (New York, NY).
WE'RE WATCHING is developed in collaboration with and is made possible in part,by the generous support of the Goethe-Institut.