BODY IN TEN PARTS-School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

Monday, November 15, 2010


All performances at the Greybox Theatre, 3595 Butler St, Pittsburgh

Over the course of a single night an anonymous sleeper is disembodied.

A new movement theater piece directed by Nina Sarnelle and sponsored by the Carnegie Mellon School of Art.

Working with an original sound design composed by local artists, diverse movement collaborators and an appetite for the uncanny, Body in Ten Parts deconstructs the body into its various parts (head, elbow, foot, knee, etc.) and reinvents these parts in ways we haven’t seen before. This interdisciplinary live performance is inspired by innovators like Mummenschanz, Pilobolus, Philippe Genty and Philippe Decoufle, as well as many modern practitioners of pantomime, physical comedy, stage illusions, and experimental theater.

All performances at the Greybox Theatre, 3595 Butler St, Pittsburgh.

Friday Nov 19 7:30pm
Friday Nov 19 9:00pm
Saturday Nov 20 7:30pm
Saturday Nov 20 9:00pm
Sunday Nov 21 6:30pm
Sunday Nov 21 8:00pm

Free admission with $10 suggested donation at the door. Seating is very limited; reserve seats by emailing with your name, phone number, quantity, performance date and time requested (limit 4 seats per request).

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