Photo courtesy of Hope Stone Dance

Hope Stone Dance will present ‘s (a tale of possession), a work that addresses the timeless topic of ownership, questioning “what do we really own?”

‘s (a tale of possession) was created by Jane Weiner, HSD Artistic Director, in 2004 during a DiverseWorks residency and restaged in 2006 at the Wortham Center’s Cullen Theater. A wall of empty shoe boxes built onstage – 2,000 to be exact – will be designed and constructed by Houston artist David Graeve for the backdrop for 10 dancers.

Hope Stone Dance will present ‘s (a tale of possession), a work that addresses the timeless topic of ownership, questioning “what do we really own?”

‘s (a tale of possession) was created by Jane Weiner, HSD Artistic Director, in 2004 during a DiverseWorks residency and restaged in 2006 at the Wortham Center’s Cullen Theater. A wall of empty shoe boxes built onstage – 2,000 to be exact – will be designed and constructed by Houston artist David Graeve for the backdrop for 10 dancers.

Hope Stone Dance will present ‘s (a tale of possession), a work that addresses the timeless topic of ownership, questioning “what do we really own?”

‘s (a tale of possession) was created by Jane Weiner, HSD Artistic Director, in 2004 during a DiverseWorks residency and restaged in 2006 at the Wortham Center’s Cullen Theater. A wall of empty shoe boxes built onstage – 2,000 to be exact – will be designed and constructed by Houston artist David Graeve for the backdrop for 10 dancers.

WHEN

WHERE

Midtown Arts and Theatre Center Houston (MATCH)
3400 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002
https://matchouston.org/events/2019/s-tale-possession

TICKET INFO

$25
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