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MARCH SERIES

Sponsored by Anna and Mario Scipione

Kicking off our 2022 Season: Interplay, is our very first March Series, an all-female program to honor Women's History Month!

  • Two World Premieres by two female choreographers, Bethany Green and Carly Topazio.

  • LIVE music by award winning local musicians Clinton Davis, Aaron Brownwood and Erin Bower.

Two Word Premieres by Resident Choreographers Bethany Green and Carly Topazio.

Bethany Green constantly blurs boundaries between dance and theatre in dramatically driven works that are embedded in the exploration of the human experience. As a choreographer, she creates atmospheric, cinematic works that offer performers a space to emphasize the exploration of real –life situations, emotions and encounters. Intrigued by the wild and classic nature of Western films, Devil Get Behind Me, set to a score of all bluegrass music, and live accompaniment, is Green's fourth commission for TRBP, and most ambitious one yet.

Rounding out the program is a World Premiere from Artistic Director and Resident Artist, Carly Topazio. As a choreographer, creator, and director, Topazio can best be described as an abstract storyteller always in pursuit of a sincere and human expression. Her detailed and technically challenging choreographic language is informed by the world around her which allows her to draw inspiration from a myriad of sources including personal conversations and experiences.

**Tickets are $40 at door

 

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MARCH 4 -6

@ THE LIGHT BOX, LIBERTY STATION
2590 Truxtun Rd., #205

San Diego CA 92106

 

Directions to Liberty Station

Performance Times 

Tickets on sale February 2, 2022

 

Liberty Station 

Liberty Station is a large commercial development that sprawls across the grounds of a former naval training center. It’s home to stylish bars, restaurants, and boutiques, as well as Liberty Public Market, filled with gourmet eateries and shops, and ARTS DISTRICT. There are also art galleries and several small museums housed in Spanish Colonial Revival buildings. Along the waterfront, NTC Park has grassy lawns and bike paths.

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