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Towers and Other Thoughts in Performance


The Great Wall of China

Trident Live Art Series presents 
Towers and Other Thoughts in Performance

A performance piece in response to the artwork of Susan Erony

Saturday November 19, 7pm

Direction: Sarah Slifer Swift and Matthew Swift
Choreography: Sarah Slifer Swift
Performers:  Reg Edmonds, Barbe Ennis-Abramo, Alison Fornes, Nome Graham, Ziggy Hartfelder, Jane Justice, Phil Storey, Sarah Slifer Swift

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