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Zoe Dance and Violet Nox combine forces for ‘Arrow of Time’, an audio-visual experience

Zoe Dance and Violet Nox's 'Arrow of Time'.
Zoe Dance and Violet Nox's 'Arrow of Time'.

Zoe Dance and Violet Nox will present an immersive theatrical performance in Arrow of Time as part of Boston’s Museum of Science’s SubSpace spring season 2023, on March 23. Zoe Dance and Violet Nox join their mind-expanding creative forces to choreograph this unique audio-visual experience for museum spectators, blending evocative dance theater with an original music score crafted specifically for the Planetarium at the Museum of Science.

Zoe Dance and Violet Nox ask viewers to journey and suspend time through time-warping landscapes into a mythical world of their own transformation. What would it be like to remember the future? Human experience never leaves us the same as we follow the vector of our personal myths. Experience an hour within the Planetarium’s dome bathed in Violet Nox’s sonic music and Zoe Dance’s theatrical live performance with integrated video design.

The Museum of Science’s SubSpace after-hours programming is the experiential playground for developing fresh, original, social experiences for adults.

The collaborative team for Arrow of Time includes Callie Chapman (Zoe Dance), director/designer/choreographer/co-producer; Dez DeCarlo (Violet Nox), co-producer; Pedro Alexander, production; Tim Mateer, dramaturg; Alli Ross (Zoe Dance), performer; Caitlin Canty (Zoe Dance), performer; Lonnie Stanton (Zoe Dance), performer; Riley Watts (Zoe Dance), performer; Chris Konopka, systems designer; Andrew Abrahamson (Violet Nox); and Noell Dorsey (Violet Nox).

Arrow of Time will be presented on March 23, at 7:30pm, at the Charles Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Science in Boston, MA. For tickets, visit www.mos.org/explore/subspace/arrow-of-time.

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