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New York Live Arts presents
Richard Move and MoveOpolis!
"Martha @ ...The 1963 Interview"
Nov 16 -- 19, 2011 at 7.30PM.

Post-Show Talk: Nov 16 with Isaac Mizrahi.
Pre-Show Talk: Nov 18 at 6.30PM with Lucy Sexton.

"Richard Move doesn't imitate Martha Graham: He channels her." - The New York Post.

Read the Sunday New York Times "Arts and Leisure" Preview and New York Times Review: http://move-itproductions.com/_pressk...

The acclaimed "Martha @... The 1963 Interview" returns for encore performances after a sold-out run last season. The production is a metatheatrical recreation of the legendary 92nd Street Y interview with Martha Graham and dance critic Walter Terry. Based on the recently discovered audio recording, the interview reveals Graham's iconic persona with intimate reflections on her unparalleled life and career. "Martha @... The 1963 Interview" features Richard Move as Graham and Tony Award-nominated actress/playwright Lisa Kron* as Terry. The performance also features Move's illustrious, longtime collaborators, Graham Company Principal dancer Katherine Crockett and former Graham Company member Catherine Cabeen, with a new-media scenic design by Gabriel Barcia-Colombo.

*Lisa Kron - Appears courtesy of Actors Equity Association.

Concept, Staging and Direction: Richard Move.
Associate Director and Producer: Joshua Lubin-Levy.
Lighting Design and Production Manager: Donalee Katz.
Artistic Associate: Linda Hodes.
Costumes: Pilar Limosner with Joy Havens and Connie Fleming.
Pre-Show Video: Charles Atlas.

For more information on Richard Move, 'MoveOpolis!' and 'Martha@...' please contact 1963Interview@gmail.com and visit: http://www.Move-iTProductions.com

$24 Advance Sale. $30 Day of Performance. $15 Night - Nov 17. To purchase tickets, please call 212.924.0077 and visit: http://newyorklivearts.org/event/Mart...

"Martha@...The 1963 Interview" was developed in residence at the Baryshnikov Arts Center. Trailer music by Arto Lindsay with Deborah Harry, for "The Show (Achilles Heels)," commissioned by Baryshnikov Dance Foundation, originally performed by Mikhail Baryshnikov and the White Oak Dance Project, created, choreographed and directed by Richard Move.


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