By New York Natives Staff

Time Lapse Dance is a New York City dance company founded in 2000 by the internationally acclaimed choreographer, Jody Sperling. Comprised of six female dancers, the troupe blends otherwise disparate elements in a unique, enchanting play of movement. In the tradition of “modern dance pioneer Loie Fuller,” Time Lapse Dance aims to present “visually arresting kinetic theater fusing dance with mesmerizing fabric-and-light spectacles.”

Currently, Time Lapse Dance, along with Rachel Cohen/Racoco-Rx, present Wood & Silk: A Shared Evening of Textural Choreography at Dance: Access from Thursday, June 27 to Saturday, June 29 at 8pm, St. Mark’s Church (131 East 10th Street, at 2nd Avenue). Tickets are $20, or $15 for students, seniors, or members.

Featured Image Courtesy of Jody Sperling

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