Due to the extreme weather events impacting The Wallis, these performances of A.I.M by Kyle Abraham have been postponed. We hope to reschedule these shows and will announce new dates as soon as we are able.
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The celebrated contemporary dance company, A.I.M. by Kyle Abraham, renowned for its groundbreaking choreography, captivating performances, and consistent boundary-pushing, is thrilled to present a world premiere of Andrea Miller’s latest work specially commissioned by Abraham. Miller's newly commissioned work delves deep into the importance of human presence, embodiment, feeling, uniqueness, identity, and the role of bodily expression in a digitized world. The work invites audiences into a space of ritual, practice, and meditation, challenging our relationship with technology and exploring the subtleties of human interaction.
In Kyle Abraham's "MotorRover," a contemporary dialogue unfolds with Merce Cunningham's 1972 ensemble work, "Landrover," painting a vivid picture of America's ever-shifting identity beneath the dancers' steady feet. A.I.M closes the night with Abraham’s “If We Were a Love Song," a poignant exploration of love set to a suite by Nina Simone.
This journey through movement, emotion, and exploration invites everyone to witness the intersection of tradition and innovation in the world of contemporary dance with A.I.M by Kyle Abraham.
“Elastic and electric, luxuriantly rippling, poetically arranged with moments of perfect stillness that arrive amid splashes of expression.” - Dance Magazine
"Kyle Abraham has a mission — and it’s bigger than himself. He likes to spread the love with his company, A.I.M, and, in doing so, broaden the viewer’s experience of what a dance concert by a choreographer-led company can be.” - The New York Times
If We Were a Love Song
Untitled Andrea Miller Piece WORLD PREMIERE
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