Thursday, October 3, 2013

Pascal Rambert Talks to Time Out NY



French director, Pascal Rambert talks to Time Out New York's Gia Kourlas about A (micro) history of world economics, danced - which comes to the Ellen Stewart Theatre on October 11th as part of the Crossing The Line Festival.
"French director Pascal Rambert has a singular touch when it comes to blending dance and theater. In A (micro) history of world economics, danced—which has existed in various incarnations in different cities since its 2010 premiere—Rambert looks at the effect of the current economy on a group of 50 local performers. Through writing, reading and moving, they share their stories inside of Rambert’s trademark theatrical structure: a white floor, fluorescent lighting and succinct direction that never veers into sentimentality yet, all the same, makes you feel. He spoke about the New York version of the show, which is coproduced by the French Institute Alliance Fran├žais, La MaMa and Performance Space 122 as part of Crossing the Line."
Read the full interview: HERE

A (micro) history of 
world economics, danced
Created and Directed by Pascal Rambert
In collaboration with Eric Mechoulan


October 11th at 7:30pm
October 12th at 2:30pm and 7:30pm
October 13th at 2:30pm

Tickets: $20 Adults; $15 Students & Seniors.  There are only a handful of $10 tickets remaining as part of La MaMa's 10 @ $10 initiative.

For Tickets and Info: Click Here