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Fluid Stability: Margie Gillis at the Capitol

Fluid Stability: Margie Gillis

@ The Capitol Theatre, Saturday, March 26, 8 p.m.

Internationally acclaimed modern dance artist, dancer/choreographer Margie Gillis has been seen on television and in theatrical films on several occasions.

Her life and her art have been the subjects of several documentary films, the most notable being Veronica Tennant’s Wild Hearts in Strange Times.

Margie also choreographed the Delilah sequence for John Turturro’s film Romance and Cigarettes and was commissioned by Cirque du Soleil for two solos for the Las Vegas production of LOVE, a tribute to the legendary Beatles and their music.

Fluid Stability offers as an evening program, an overview of 35 years of Margie Gillis’ choreographies. Grouping together earlier works as well as recent works, this program eloquently illustrates Margie Gillis’ artistic maturity.

The pieces performed usually include Theo, Blue, What the Wind Whispers, Par un fil d’argent, Little Animal and Complex Simplicity of Love.

This program is modular, adapting to the specific needs of the presenters and their communities.

Tickets: Adult, $30; student, $24.

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