An evening-length multidisciplinary work that premiered NYC at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center.
Passages is an exploration of our relationship with mortality and how it impacts the phases of our lives. It portrays the ways that human ties become laced with anger, love, forgiveness and compassion and it combines Aerial Dance, Contemporary Theater, Film and Commissioned Live Music.
This video is an excerpt of the work - Sibling Portrait-Adult
Conceived and Directed by Julie Ludwick
Dancers - Janet Aisawa, Kirstin Dahmer, Julie Ludwick, Michael Fulvio
Composer/Arranger Ken Pierson
Musicians - Ken Pierson, James Seeley, Joe Tucker
Costumes Jane Cathryn Shaw
Passages was made possible in part with public funds from the Fund for Creative Communities, supported by New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Fly-by-Night also receives support from: NoMAA (Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance), The Frances Alexander Family Fund, The Kathryn and Ador Elnes Fund, and The Puffin Foundation.