POSTPONED — THRESHOLD

A multimedia, collaborative show exploring current and ancient women's themes of transformation through memory, impermanence, and nature.

Stay tuned for information about rescheduling in 2021!

A production by Lanny Harrison, Robin Daniels, & Christine Alicino~

The seed of our production started in a discussion about aging as women in the creative field. How do we grow and live thoughtful lives in a chaotic & challenging world? As we developed THRESHOLD, we continually returned to ancient women's themes and iconography. The possibilities of transformation, the truth of impermanence, and the wonder of life echo throughout our production. The characters, music, and projections are revealed through animal spirits, nature, and the ordinary magic of everyday life. Lanny's Characters, ranging from mundane to fantastical, present-day to historical are conveyed through poetry, movement, and costume. Christine weaves cinematic dreamlike projections throughout the staged and sound narratives, adding another layer of movement and mystery. Robin uses ancient and acoustic instruments, as well as her voice, to create the soundscape. The hammered dulcimer spans many cultures; the gyile is precursor to the African marimba and goes back centuries. Both instruments, known for their ‘over tones’, are believed to be the ancestors speaking through them.

BIOS

Lanny Harrison, performer, teacher, artist & poet, began her theatrical career in S. Yakim's NY Pantomime Theater. She has written & presented one-woman shows both in the States & in Europe. Ms. Harrison has been a member of Meredith Monk & The House since 1969. She has collaborated with musicians & artists over many years, including the late Collin Walcott, Steve Clorfeine, Lily Pink, Terre Roche, Robin, and Christine. She is a founding teacher at West Kortright Centre & teaches at NYU's Gallatin School. Currently, Ms. Harrison is working on a book about her theater workshops "Characters in Motion”.

Robin Daniels has been a full time working musician for 40 years. Her credits include: Broadway-Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Big River; TV-Meow Mix, Jet Blue; and international touring with The Mamas and the Papas.

Christine Alicino is an award winning commercial photographer, educator and moving image maker in multimedia performance art. Her collaborations include: Margaret Jenkins Dance Co at The Yerba Buena Center SF CA, Tom Bonauro at SFMOMA, Ursula Brookbank at Echo Park Film Center LA CA, Steve Clorfeine at WestBeth Gallery NY, Brian Eno, Lanny Harrison, Robin Daniels, Joe Good, and Alonzo King.

Details
Date:

September 26

Time:

07:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Event Category:

Songbird Sessions

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/postponedthreshold-tickets-114710821154
Organizer

West Kortright Centre

Venue

West Kortright Centre

49 West Kortright Church Road, East Meredith, NY 13757

East Meredith, NY, US, 13757

A multimedia, collaborative show exploring current and ancient women’s themes of transformation through memory, impermanence, and nature.

Stay tuned for information about rescheduling in 2021!

A production by Lanny Harrison, Robin Daniels, & Christine Alicino~

The seed of our production started in a discussion about aging as women in the creative field. How do we grow and live thoughtful lives in a chaotic & challenging world? As we developed THRESHOLD, we continually returned to ancient women’s themes and iconography. The possibilities of transformation, the truth of impermanence, and the wonder of life echo throughout our production. The characters, music, and projections are revealed through animal spirits, nature, and the ordinary magic of everyday life. Lanny’s Characters, ranging from mundane to fantastical, present-day to historical are conveyed through poetry, movement, and costume. Christine weaves cinematic dreamlike projections throughout the staged and sound narratives, adding another layer of movement and mystery. Robin uses ancient and acoustic instruments, as well as her voice, to create the soundscape. The hammered dulcimer spans many cultures; the gyile is precursor to the African marimba and goes back centuries. Both instruments, known for their ‘over tones’, are believed to be the ancestors speaking through them.

BIOS

Lanny Harrison, performer, teacher, artist & poet, began her theatrical career in S. Yakim’s NY Pantomime Theater. She has written & presented one-woman shows both in the States & in Europe. Ms. Harrison has been a member of Meredith Monk & The House since 1969. She has collaborated with musicians & artists over many years, including the late Collin Walcott, Steve Clorfeine, Lily Pink, Terre Roche, Robin, and Christine. She is a founding teacher at West Kortright Centre & teaches at NYU’s Gallatin School. Currently, Ms. Harrison is working on a book about her theater workshops “Characters in Motion”.

Robin Daniels has been a full time working musician for 40 years. Her credits include: Broadway-Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Big River; TV-Meow Mix, Jet Blue; and international touring with The Mamas and the Papas.

Christine Alicino is an award winning commercial photographer, educator and moving image maker in multimedia performance art. Her collaborations include: Margaret Jenkins Dance Co at The Yerba Buena Center SF CA, Tom Bonauro at SFMOMA, Ursula Brookbank at Echo Park Film Center LA CA, Steve Clorfeine at WestBeth Gallery NY, Brian Eno, Lanny Harrison, Robin Daniels, Joe Good, and Alonzo King.