FIRST TIME OUTSIDE OF CHINA / ASIA
The Legend of Mulan by Hong Kong Dance Company
DAVID H. KOCH THEATER (Lincoln Center) BEGINS MARCH 5
AABANY members and friends can get 30% discount on the tickets below by using promo code MULANLC.
For the first time outside of Asia, the Hong Kong Dance Company (HKDC) brings to the stage an inspiring re-telling of the household folktale of love, peace and virtue in a dance drama The Legend of Mulan. It will be performed at the David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, March 5–8, 2015. The spectacular production is presented by the China Arts and Entertainment Group (CAEG), a creative enterprise under the administration of the Ministry of Culture of the People’s Republic of China.
Mulan is a legendary figure from ancient China who was originally presented in a Chinese poem known as the Ballad of Mulandating to the fifth century. Mulan, a peasant girl, disguised herself as a man to join the army in place of her aged father. She fought for a decade and gained much respect. She gave up a position at court and retired to her hometown instead. Traditional Chinese virtues are exemplified through the unusual adventures and touching story of Mulan, who shows extraordinary courage when it comes to protecting her country and family. A heroine with moral courage and intelligence, Mulan’s exceptional wisdom and vision transcend fame and fortune. Over time, the story of Mulan rose in popularity as a folktale and became widely taught in schools. It has also inspired a number of screen and stage adaptations, including the hit animated Disney movie released in 1998.
The Legend of Mulan received two Hong Kong Dance Awards in 2014 for Outstanding Production and Outstanding Ensemble Performance.
Performances of The Legend of Mulan by the Hong Kong Dance Company will be staged at the David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Thursday, March 5 – Saturday, March 7 at 8pm and Sunday, March 8 at 1pm. Tickets are now on sale: $22, $37, $57, $77, $107, & premium seats $167 plus a $3 facility charge. Tickets can be purchased at the box office and at (212) 496-0600; or by Fax at (212) 580-2545 and on the web http://davidhkochtheater.com/.
Seoul Counterpoint & Heavenly Code
Created and performed by
Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky
Visual elements and installation by CultureHub
DJ Spooky’s Seoul Counterpoint
Friday – Sunday: 7:30pm
Seoul Counterpoint is an audio/visual anthropology, a breathing composition that juxtaposes the diverse landscapes, histories and sonic cultures of Seoul and New York. DJ Spooky’s unique style of “turntableism”, traditional Korean elements, and computer generated visuals by CultureHub collide in the New York premiere of the project developed during a two month residency at the Seoul Institute of the Arts.
Heavenly Code Free
April 12 / 12–4 PM
Heavenly Code is an interactive installation designed by CultureHub that is inspired by the Chun Bu Kyung. The Chun Bu Kyung is an ancient Korean text that dates back nine thousand years and can be interpreted as an exercise in mathematics, philosophy, or energy. The viewer becomes immersed in a pattern of light and darkness generated by their relationship to the 81-character system that seeks to make sense of the cosmos.
“As a world-renowned DJ, hip-hop savant, media artist, writer, and cultural critic, the work of Paul Miller, aka DJ Spooky is a process of discovery as much as it is an explosion of new forms…”
– BOMB Magazine
La MaMa continues its new ticketing initiative, 10 @ $10, through which ten $10 tickets will be available to every performance in advance via web, phone or box office. 10 @ $10 Tickets are not available day of show.
If all our $10 tickets have been booked, you can still save!
La MaMa is offering a special $5-off discount
$20 tickets for Adults
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$15 tickets for Students
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We are offering a special discount for this show for you and your community!
LA MAMA PRESENTS THE NEW YORK PREMIERE OF
BY MAUREEN FLEMING
OCTOBER 17 – NOVEMBER 3, 2013
Maureen-Fleming photo by Odo.jpg
Internationally acclaimed performer, Maureen Fleming brings her contemporary unveiling of the myth of Persephone to the stage of the Ellen Stewart Theatre. With text by David Henry Hwang and music by Philip Glass (performed live by pianist Bruce Brubaker), original accordion music by Guy Klucevsek, and Taiko drumming by Kaoru Watanabe, this beautiful, multimedia meditation on ’miracles’ juxtaposes Fleming’s new and repertory works with three-dimensional video projections designed by longtime collaborator Christopher Odo.
La MaMa is introducing a new initiative, 10@$10, through which ten $10 tickets will be available to every performance on a first-come, first-served basis. Even if the 10@$10 is not an option, you can still get a ticket for as low as $15.Use the DISCOUNTcode:REACH applicable for the first week of the production only.
Ellen Stewart Theatre at La MaMa
by Maureen Fleming
”Fleming…seemed to transcend the material world and enter a realm of pure spirit…Wondrous choreographic metamorphosis.”
– The New York Times
This performance contains nudity
This year’s theme – “Momentum” – bespeaks our goal of highlighting and celebrating the monumental achievements of APA attorneys over the past 25 years at the highest levels of our profession while simultaneously inspiring and encouraging attendees to collaborate for future successes.
Join us for a series of remarkable events at the 25th Annual NAPABA Convention in Kansas City, MO, from November 7-10, 2013! Register today through Monday, September 23, to take advantage of the extended early bird discount rates.
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