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    photo: JJTiziou/jjtiziou.net

  • headlong dance theater, desire, k elizabeth stevens, andrew simonet, david brick, performance garage, utopia, in watermelon sugar, richard brautigan, onions, dance, philadelphia

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Desire

Desire (2012) revolves around the dreamy, tender and sometimes heartbreaking impulses of a group of people inventing their own society and trying “to make their community more so”.  Directed by K. Elizabeth Stevens, Desire has Headlong’s three Co-Directors dancing dances of perfect circles and manic hippos, and sometimes singing, with tents. Premiered May 2012 at the Performance Garage. 60 minutes.

 

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