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Photo Credit: Mark Frohna

 

       
     
Liminality (2017)

Video Credit: David Overbeck

 

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Liminality (2017)

Photo Credit: Mark Frohna

 

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Liminality (2017)

Photo Credit: Mark Frohna

 

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Photo Credit: Mark Frohna

 

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Choreography: Alyssa E. Motter

Performers: Emily Bennett & Matthew Wagner

Venue: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Photo Credit: Mark Frohna

Liminality is the second part of a triptych of dances about ritual. The piece conveys an intimate specificity between two very human characters. It is a study of inbetweenness, of hierarchy, of balance, and ultimately, of how cyclical patterns in relationships change and evolve over time.

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Liminality (2017)

Photo Credit: Mark Frohna

Rehearsals of Liminality (2017)
       
     
Rehearsals of Liminality (2017)

Photo Credit: Noah Bennett

 

Rehearsal of Liminality (2017)
       
     
Rehearsal of Liminality (2017)

Photo Credit: Noah Bennett

 

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Rehearsals of Liminality (2017)

Photo Credit: Noah Bennett

 

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Rehearsals of Liminality (2017)

Photo Credit: Noah Bennett

 

Rehearsal of Liminality (2017)
       
     
Rehearsal of Liminality (2017)

Photo Credit: Noah Bennett