|Aaron and Rachael Jungels in Tangled Tango|
Carriage House Stage
7 Duncan Avenue
September 8,9, 15, and 16, 2006
Starts at 8pm
Information & reservations: 401-831-9479
Everett's brother and sister team, Aaron Jungels and Rachael Jungels, restage their acclaimed performances Silas and Tangled Tango, as well as create new individual works for the company's 20th Anniversary celebration! With slack rope, gymnastic rings, and video projection, Aaron creates yet another memorable live multimedia experience.
Rachael collaborates with saxophonist Jason McGill in a new piece of solo choreography. Aaron's Silas (2003), dedicated to his autistic nephew of the same name, and Rachael's Tangled Tango (2002), round out this riveting evening of dance, theater, video, and live music. Accordionist Alec K. Redfearn, saxophonist Jason McGill, and guest musicians provide the live original soundtrack for all four pieces.
"An absolutely astonishing portrait of nephew, Silas... At times heart-wrenching, at times hilarious." - Johnette Rodriguez, Providence Phoenix
"The urgent push of this dance [Tangled Tango], both physically and emotionally, takes your breath away." - Johnette Rodriguez, Providence Phoenix
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Everett's 20th Anniversary Season
The Phoenix 19 July 2006
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