"Her viscerally physical movement wrings every inch of life from her dancers—and you’ll be holding your breath, too."—New York Magazine
The first choreographer as Artist in Residence at The Met, Andrea Miller will make her mark with ambitious multidisciplinary works. Miller, choreographer, founder, and artistic director of Gallim, will be creating new works designed to engage with the Museum’s galleries and great spaces, including Stone Skipping—a site-specific work for The Temple of Dendur in The Sackler Wing. This choreographic conversation with the temple explores its multifaceted journey from Egypt to New York City, as well as from temple to artifact, and evokes our own human experience and environmental footprints.
Featuring an original composition by Phil Kline, performed by Firewood: Ralph Farris, Stephanie Griffin, Jessica Meyer, and Lev Zhurbin
Saturday, October 28, 2 pm
Sunday, October, 29, 2 pm
Gallery 131, The Temple of Dendur in The Sackler Wing
Tickets start at $65
Bring the Kids for $1.
Additional Spring 2018 performances to be announced.
This residency is made possible by the Chester Dale Fund.
Stone Skipping is supported by Jody and John Arnhold, with additional funding provided by Meryl Rosofsky and Stuart H. Coleman.
Tickets to this event include same day Museum admission.