BARE Dance Company Presents SURVEILLANCE2.0

BARE Dance Company Presents SURVEILLANCE2.0

May 7, 2021 @ 6:00 pm
Online - See Youtube Links Below
BARE Dance Company Presents SURVEILLANCE2.0 @ Online - See Youtube Links Below | New York | New York | United States

Surveillance2.0 is a voyeuristic experience unpacking the tension around privacy issues highlighted by pandemic life. BARE Dance Company’s completely live production brings new meaning to immersive performance, creatively using multiple feeds — and even a drone camera– in the theater at Tribeca Performing Arts Center. Cinematic in scope, with free-moving cameras wielded by the performers, Surveillance2.0 is inspired by the increased scrutiny of personal spaces during quarantine prompted by platforms like Zoom.

With 2 performances (see below), each presentation is unique due to real-time mixing of visual and audio feeds — handled by director Mike Esperanza– on YouTube Live.  See shows below:

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BARE Dance Company was established in 2005 by Mike Esperanza. BARE has produced acclaimed productions in the Southern California and relocated to New York City in 2012. BARE has produced work for Peridance and Ailey Citigroup Theater. In 2014, BARE was selected to take part in the inaugural CUNY Dance Initiative at LaGuardia Performing Arts Center.  Mike Esperanza (Artistic Director), Erin Love (Company Manager), Dancers: Sam Assemany, Luke Birmingham, Tiffanie Carson, Sarah Housepian, Erin Love, Katrina Muffley, Graziella Murdocca and Marc Nuñez.

BARE Dance Company’s residency at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center is part of the CUNY Dance Initiative (CDI), which receives major support from The Mertz Gilmore Foundation and Howard Gilman Foundation. Additional support is provided by the Jerome Robbins Foundation, SHS Foundation, Harkness Foundation for Dance, and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. CDI is part of Dance/NYC’s New York City Dance Rehearsal Space Subsidy Program, made possible by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. CDI is spearheaded by The Kupferberg Center for the Arts at Queens College.