Miami Light Project Presents

Dan Froot – PANG!

January 26-27, 2018
Thursday – Saturday at 8:00PM

The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse | 404 NW 26th Street | Wynwood

Guggenheim Award-winner and Seattle-based choreographer Pat Graney is known for her use of fantastic, dreamlike, sometimes disturbing images. In Girl Gods, Graney takes inspiration from the feminist artists of the 70s, exploring the ancestry of women, family history, and rage. The fierce women of Girl Gods may be wearing cocktail dresses and little heels, but their explosive physical language and wry humor reveal the anger simmering under the surface of the collective feminine mind.

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“Is this entertainment? The best kind, the kind that makes you think and feel and maybe even change things.”

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Dan Froot is a producer, composer, choreographer, writer, saxophonist, dancer, actor and director. He has performed his dance, music and theater work throughout the U.S. and overseas since 1983, and has worked with artists as diverse as Yoshiko Chuma, Ping Chong, Mabou Mines, Dan Hurlin, Ralph Lemon, Guy Klucevsek and Victoria Marks. Dan and long-time collaborator David Dorfman have co-created a popular and ongoing series of interdisciplinary duets collectively entitled “Live Sax Acts.” He received a Bessie (New York Dance & Performance Award) for his music/theater piece, “Seventeen Kilos of Garlic,” and a City of Los Angeles Artist Fellowship and a playwriting commission from the National Foundation for Jewish Culture for his gangster-vaudeville, “Shlammer.” He recently completed a national tour of “Who’s Hungry,” a collaboration with celebrated New York puppet artist Dan Hurlin and Seattle-based composer Amy Denio. “Who’s Hungry” tells life-stories of individuals living with hunger and/or homelessness in Los Angeles. Dan’s current project, “Pang!”, is a triptych of live radio plays based on the life stories of three families living with hunger in Miami, Cedar Rapids, and South Central Los Angeles. It will premiere in all three cities in 2017-2018.