Drive  (2016)  Lavagnino creates a double male/female duet with angular, taut movement vocabulary to explore the uncompromising aspects of ourselves that extend to our most personal relationships. Scott Killian’s evocative score builds on the dancers' unnerving sense of detachment as they dance with keen attention to one another. Ultimately, we recognize that the conflict will not be resolved, yet their impasse is eerily harmonious.
       
     
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   Drive  (2016)  Lavagnino creates a double male/female duet with angular, taut movement vocabulary to explore the uncompromising aspects of ourselves that extend to our most personal relationships. Scott Killian’s evocative score builds on the dancers' unnerving sense of detachment as they dance with keen attention to one another. Ultimately, we recognize that the conflict will not be resolved, yet their impasse is eerily harmonious.
       
     

Drive (2016)
Lavagnino creates a double male/female duet with angular, taut movement vocabulary to explore the uncompromising aspects of ourselves that extend to our most personal relationships. Scott Killian’s evocative score builds on the dancers' unnerving sense of detachment as they dance with keen attention to one another. Ultimately, we recognize that the conflict will not be resolved, yet their impasse is eerily harmonious.

Charles_Roussel -20150512-9678.jpg
       
     
Charles_Roussel -20150512-9606.jpg