(Premiere: 1987 - The Joyce Theater, New York City)
Propelled by Yoko Ono's hypnotic score and framed by Keith Haring's stunning decor, this broad canvas of a work witnesses the conflict and violence that arises when the natural progression — the stream of life — is disrupted and diverted from its course. Danced on a floor strewn with newspapers etched with red footprints, against a spectacularly vibrant background, with costumes blaring Post headlines — all elements designed by Keith Haring— the piece becomes, in totality, a living work of art.
Choreography: Jennifer Muller
Music: Yoko Ono
Lighting Design: Ken Tabachnick
Sets: Keith Haring
Costume Design: William Katz and Keith Haring