Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion‘s newest work, Pavement, draws its inspiration from John Singleton’s 1991 film Boyz n the Hood and W.E.B Du Bois’ classic essay, The Souls of Black Folk. Layered with an operatic score comprised mostly by Handel’s Carestini (The Story of a Castrato) and the gun-laden sounds of an urban landscape, Pavement, examines the gains and losses in the conflicted chronology of two Pittsburgh’s historically black neighborhoods.
Kyle Abraham, Matthew Baker, Charlotte Brathwaite, Rena Butler, Chalvar Monteiro, Jeremy Neal, Dan Scully, Maleek Washington, Alexandra Wells, Eric Williams, Sam Crawford and Maritza Mosquera
Come out to Nancy Smith Fichter Dance Theatre at 8 pm February 14, 2013.
Purchase tickets at https://www.choicesecure02.net/mainapp/eventschedule.aspx?clientID=fsu&group=nopah&prod=7days.
For more information on Kyle Abraham, visit: http://mancc.org/artists/kyle-abraham/ or http://www.sevendaysfestival.org/performers/kyle-abraham
Collaborators in Residence: Matthew Baker, Rena Butler, Chalvar Monteiro, Jeremy Neal, Maleek Washington, Eric Williams [performers], Maritza Mosquera [public programs developer ] Slideshow photos by Chris Cameron and Al Hall