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Wendy Osserman’s APPETITE will feed hungry dance fans at Theater for the New City April 4-7

Theater for the New City
155 First Ave. at Tenth St.
April 4-7, $10-$15

New York City–raised dancer, choreographer, and teacher Wendy Osserman is following up last year’s politically infused Compromised with a new evening-length piece, Appetite. Running April 4-7 at Theater for the New City, Appetite examines the acquisitiveness of the body and mind through music and movement, exploring different ways of experiencing pleasure and conflict. The seventy-five-minute work will be performed by Osserman, Lauren Ferguson, and Emily Vetsch, with Briana Bartenieff, Hallie Hayne, Liliana Kelson, and Laurie Bennett, the dancers ranging in age from eleven to seventy. The score is by Skip La Plante, who builds homemade instruments out of trash and junk, with lighting design by Alex Bartenieff and costumes by longtime company dancer Cori Kresge.

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