Monday, March 7, 2011

The Glue Factory Project: Are We There Yet?


The Glue Factory Project:

Are We There Yet?


Choreography by Beth Corning
Presented by CORNINGWORKS and the New Hazlett Theater

May 5, 2011–May 8, 2011

Performed by John Giffin (former dancer with Pina Bausch), Claire Porter, (critically acclaimed solo performer) Jane Shockley (former principal dancer with Zenon Dance Co.), Peter Sparling (former principal dancer with The Martha Graham Co.) and Beth Corning.

5 consummate performers from the field of dance explore the question... Are We There Yet?

When asked "when does one become an adult?"
an 8-year old quickly responded: "When you have to pay taxes!"

an 80-year old said,
"when you figure out that life is not a dress rehearsal"...

"In this world nothing is certain but death and taxes"...
Becoming an adult? That's not always so certain!



THE GLUE FACTORY PROJECT is an annual production created on internationally and nationally renowned performers over the age of 40.

Thurs. 8pm (includes Champagne Reception catered by DISH Osteria Bar/ doors open @ 6:30 pm)

Fri. & Sat. 8pm

Sun. 1 pm (PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN admission)



All performances are followed by an informal "meet & greet" with the performers in the theater lobby

Venue: New Hazlett Theater; 6 Allegheny Square E.; Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Tickets: Call 1.888.718.4253 or online at
http://www.showclix.com/search/the%20glue%20factory%20project
Cost: $25 General Admission; $20 Senior/Student ["Early Bird Special" ($5 discount) available thru April 15th]

FOR FURTHER INFO: 412.441.3273 or online: http://www.corningworks.org/upcoming-events.html

SPECIAL May 1st WORKSHOP - $35 – pre-registration required; see website for details

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