Space/Time/Energy: The Physics of Dance
Presented by Dayton Contemporary Dance Company
Dayton Contemporary Dance Company beautifully merges the interplay between science and dance. Through a narrated performance, a conversation and audience interaction, DCDC dance artists will demonstrate the use of movement (space), when movement happens (time), and how movement happens (energy), while exploring the question “What happens when art and science collide?”
• Available Dates: Oct 18, 20, 25; Nov 1, 3, 10, 15; Dec 6, 8; Jan 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31; Feb 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28; Mar 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 28, 30; Apr 4, 6. Some of these dates have changed from the original printed brochure. DCDC has optimum availability on the Wed and Fri dates listed above and we encourage you to schedule them on a Wed or Fri if possible. If it is necessary to book them on a Mon, Tues or Thurs, we will communicate with DCDC to confirm availability.
• Curriculum Connections: Dance, Music, Science
• Technical Requirements: An open performance area of no less than 20’ wide by 20’ deep; cleanly swept floors with no nails or protrusions as the performers are in bare feet; a small desk or table; access to a nearby power outlet; a 10-20 foot, three-prong extension cord; a sound system with amplifier and full-range speakers capable of both compact disc and iPod functionality (please inform Muse Machine if this system is unavailable); hand-held microphone and a mic stand; a podium; bottled water for four dancers; private area for dancers to change (restrooms are not adequate for changing). The company will arrive 60 to 30 minutes prior to the program and will need access to the performance space on arrival. Company will self-introduce the performance.Schedule in-school performances Text for School Introduction to Space/Time/Energy