Thinking Choreographically: A Talk with Constanza Macras: MIT Performing Lecture

Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 7:00pm

Building W97, W97
345 Vassar Street, Cambridge MA 02139

Award-winning dance theater choreographer Constanza Macras discusses her background in documentary, community, and biography-driven performance work. Her lecture is part of the MIT Performing series, curated by Professor Jay Scheib, Music and Theater Arts.

Through a highly collaborative creative process, Macras’s work foregrounds the voices and experiences of the community members who contribute to the project as co-creators and performers. Themes in her previous community-based performances include urban planning, globalization, migration, and xenophobia in communities in South Africa and Germany.

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