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Eiko Otake in Chicago

Venerated artist Eiko Otake returns to The Dance Center performing her interdisciplinary work, The Duet Project: Distance is Malleable on February 11th and 12th at 7:30pm

Join Eiko and her diverse group of collaborating artists, living and dead, for an investigation into how artists in duet collide, converse, and express what they care about. 

THE DUET PROJECT: DISTANCE I MALLEABLE
Friday and Saturday, February 11-12, 2022 at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets: $30 General / $15 Industry / $10 Students
Run time: 60 minutes
Get your tickets! This will likely sell out.
*use Industry22 to get half price tickets*

ADDITIONAL EVENTS
Post-performance discussion following the Friday, February 11 performance

The Duet Project: Distance is Malleable is an interdisciplinary, intergenerational series of duets between Eiko Otake and a diverse group of collaborating artists, living and dead. Collaborators come from different places, times, disciplines, and concerns. These duets will investigate how two artists collide, converse, and express what they care about. The performances at the Dance Center will include choreographer and performer Ishmael Houston-Jones, trans performance maker, writer, and artist Iris McCloughan, and interdisciplinary artist, singer/songwriter, and producer DonChristian Jones as duet partners with the renowned Eiko Otake. Their encounters reaffirm that distance is indeed malleable.

https://dance.colum.edu/events/2022/2/11/eiko-otake-the-duet-project-distance-is-malleable
Friday, February 11 at 7:30pm

More dates through February 12, 2022
Dance Center, Theater
1306 S. Michigan, Chicago, IL, 60605

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