Borderline Aerial Dance Soars into Power Center

. March 5, 2018.

Husband and wife creative partners Sebastien Ramirez and Honji Wang bring their divergent cultural and dance backgrounds together to lead this athletic ensemble piece, using gravity-defying visual metaphors to explore the mysterious forces that constrain and liberate us, that bind and tear us apart. With the help of aerial rigging, the troupe of six dancers explores all dimensions of the stage as they challenge audiences to consider the opposing needs for freedom and belonging in our most intimate relationships. Q&A after March 9th performance- TB

$30 – $52
8:00 pm | Friday, March 9; 8 pm Saturday, March 10
The Power Center 121 Fletcher St., Ann Arbor
734-764-2538 | ums.org/performance/company-wang-ramirez/

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