ODC Theater Presents
Theater Unplugged with Larry Arrington
August 29, 8 PM
ODC Theater Unplugged, is a recurring platform offering a rare and candid look into the creative process. This edition features a work in progress by ODC Theater Resident Artist Larry Arrington called No Quarter, a folk dance that looks at the shadow side and spiritual underpinnings of eurocentric cultural tenets through a long lens of time. Notions of gods branch from the residue of these tenets. Sifting through consequences of time, Arrington is considering at archetypes of power and paternity. She is using Astrological time, not only as a deeply held personal practice but also as a tool to track the western notions of objectivity. The ideological movement from the many to the one span the Hellenistic Era, rise of monotheism, to the Copernican Revolution and the Enlightenment, to today.
ODC Theater Resident Artist Larry Arrington is a dance-artist working in hybrids of idea and practice. Her work in dance (time/space/body/whole) pivots around a desire to orient towards the capacities within each of us— capacities that can glimpse unseen and unutterable horizons. Her body is her life and her life is her work.
Photo by Melissa Lewis
All ticket sales are final. Performances, dancers, and guest artists subject to change.