Stewart/Owen Dance presents a timely, brand new performance experience.
Six local dance artists and four local writers team up to share moments of isolation and inter-connectedness that take viewers everywhere from the stage to the courtyard.
Still: Life is a beautiful and poignant journey of dance and spoken word vignettes set in five out-of-the-ordinary performance locations within the Wortham Center for the Performing Arts facility. Audiences travel with a guide in small, physically distanced groups to experience each point of the performance exhibit.
Still: Life is presented at the Wortham Center on Friday, November 20 at 7pm, and Saturday & Sunday, November 21 & 22 at 3pm & 7pm.
OUR SAFETY PROTOCOLS :
- All performers and audience members are required to wear masks at all times.
- Performers will be distanced a minimum of 10 feet from audiences with clear demarcations.
- Audiences will be led and directed by a guide at all times as they travel through the space in groups no larger than 15 people.
- There will be a minimum of 3 hours between each event and all high touch surfaces and seating will be disinfected.
- 3 touring groups consisting of no more than 15 audience members will be guided throughout the Wortham at a time and their routes have been structured to never cross paths with other groups or performers.
- There are 6 clearly defined spaces per every venue that audience members will be required to stand or sit within. The center marks of each space will be a minimum of 10 feet apart. Note: couples or housemates may share a space.
- Smaller venues, like the Henry Lebrun Studio & Tina McGuire Theatre, will be equipped with air purification systems.
- Families, households and pods are encouraged to buy together!