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Trifactor By Eran Hanlon, Laurie MacFarlane, and Ruben T. Ornelas

Story-driven, surreal, and outrageous dance-theater.

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Trifactor By Eran Hanlon, Laurie MacFarlane, and Ruben T. Ornelas
Trifactor By Eran Hanlon, Laurie MacFarlane, and Ruben T. Ornelas

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Nov 30- Dec 2, 2023

Rochester, 142 Atlantic Ave, Rochester, NY 14607, USA

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Trifactor

By Eran Hanlon, Laurie MacFarlane, and Ruben T Ornelas

Thurs Nov 30, 8 pm 

Fri Dec 1, 8 pm 

Sat Dec 2, 8 pm

$12 Advance $15 at the door

$10 Students/Seniors

Story-driven, surreal, and outrageous dance-theater.

Trifactor features the work of Eran Hanlon, Laurie MacFarlane, and Ruben T. Ornelas, three choreographers with a shared commitment to creating multi-disciplinary dance-theater. In 2019 City Newspaper described their work as “a very different type of dance performance… more subdued, more subtle, and more expressive… (each dance) as different as it was beautiful.”    

In MacFarlane’s “It was a normal day,” four performers offer a humorous and hair-raising look at the unexpected challenges of daily life. In “Character Study of Baba Yaga,” movement, costume and props are used to create a vivid portrait of the notorious fairytale witch.    

Ornelas presents a playful solo for Angela Lopez, set to “Suite en Re,” by Guatemalan composer Ricardo Castillo, and a new dance-theater work. This piece is set to poems by contemporary Mexican-American poet José Olivarez, and explores the absurdities of a life lived betwixt and between cultures.   

Hanlon Dance + Company will premiere a new series of work, “Beacons of Light” and “The Light within Us,” that explores the human capacity for deep connection and transcendence into vessels of energy and light.   

Cast: Nanako Horikawa Mandrino, Alaina Olivieri, Julie Schlafer Rosette, Donetta Tchoroleev, Angela Lopez, Ruben T Ornelas, and Eran Hanlon.

About the Company . Ornelas’ work is made possible with funds from the Support for Artists Grant, a program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of The Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.  

Trifactor is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of The Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Genesee Valley Council on the Arts.    All programs are subject to change.

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