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Jordan Fuchs Modern Dance Company perform at Carriage House Stage in Providence RI on April 4 and 5 2003
THE CARRIAGE HOUSE STAGE
Presents
REST STOP RENDEZVOUS
JORDAN FUCHS & COMPANY

THE CARRIAGE HOUSE STAGE
7 DUNCAN AVENUE
PROVIDENCE RI
April 4 & 5
8:00 PM
Tickets $12.00
Reservations: 401-831-9479


Thanks to Everett Dance Theatre for
providing this information.
THE CARRIAGE HOUSE STAGE PRESENTS
REST STOP RENDEZVOUS
After presenting his choreography professionally for over ten years, first in San Francisco and then in New York City, Jordan Fuchs returns to his hometown for the first time to perform two evenings of dance with his full company at the Carriage House.

His six-member New York City based dance troupe will perform Fuchs' latest work Rest Stop Rendezvous. Rest Stop Rendezvous entwines six strangers within a dance of intersecting intimacies in a desolate and deserted landscape defined by the projections of Katie Glicksberg and the soundscapes of Andy Russ. Also on the program will be the acclaimed 2000 dance Confluence. Inspired by the music of the jazz pianist Bill Evans, Confluence sidesteps ironic detachment in favor of an accelerating journey through classical realms of beauty and tragedy that finally bursts loose into a dance of celebration.

"Terrific stuff...this quintet launches into the light and heats up the floor."
and about Confluence
" It was a treat to see that wonderful accel/deceleration common to jazz, sports, and frisky cars. There were lots of neat blindside lifts and vaults, loads of lush and articulate dancing, and it was maybe the first time I've ever seen a drum solo well danced. It was terrific stuff, and when I left I was walking on air." - Tom Patrick for Dance Insider
The evening's pieces investigate the relationship between form and freedom that has set the tone for much of Fuchs' recent work and reflects his ongoing study of the disparate movement forms of contact improvisation and ballet. His choreography fuses these disparate perspectives by melding a concern for careful design and craft with an appreciation for the improvised the unexpected, the unknown.




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