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Duos & Trios
New Stream Dates Soon.

Sonia Plumb Dance Company returns to the gorgeous grounds of the Hill-Stead Museum in Farmington, CT for an intimate evening of Duos & Trios. This program features SPDC Repertory favorites from SPDC including "Displaced," "Elephants," the digital premier of "Touch" and a sneak peak from Plumb's newest project - Penelope's Odyssey. The performance is followed by an intimate Q&A conversation with the dancers. Link will be available for 72 hours.

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Dance of da Vinci 2.0
Streaming October 9 -12, 2020

The long awaited premiere of Dance of da Vinci 2.0 presented live at the Hill-Stead Museum in Farmington, Connecticut on July 31, 2020. Set to premier in March of 2020, the performance was postponed due to the COVID pandemic. Dance of da Vinci 2.0 was one of the first major dance premiers to perform LIVE during the COVID19 pandemic. Music by composer Michael Wall, projections by Bryan Swormstedt and the gorgeous dancers of Sonia Plumb Dance. The live stream includes a post-performance Q&A with the masked performers following CDC guidelines at protocol. Link will be available for 72 hours.

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The Odyssey - Hero, Host, God, or Goddess?
November 12, 2020 6pm-8pm

The Odyssey – Hero, Host, God, or Goddess?
Vincent Tomasso, professor of classics at Trinity College, and choreographer Sonia Plumb will explore how cultures of ancient Greece and Rome are relevant now through an analysis of Homer’s: The Odyssey and Plumb’s contemporary exploration of Penelope in the dance she is choreographing, "Penelope’s Odyssey."

Co-sponsored with Trinity College.

Supported in part by CTHumanities.org.

Zoom link upon registration

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Women's Voices in Antiquity and Now
December 8, 2020 5pm-7pm

How do gender roles determine the way women’s voices are heard, interpreted, and hindered? Lauren Caldwell, professor of classics at UMass Amherst, will join choreographer Sonia Plumb to examine how gender roles defined and limited a woman’s ability to carve out her personal and professional lives in ancient Greek and Roman cultures. Choreographer Sonia Plumb will share how Caldwell's research led to her contemporary dance "Penelope’s Odyssey."
Zoom link to follow
Co-sponsored with Wadsworth Athanaeum.

Supported in part by CTHumanities.org.

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October 12 - December 11, 2020
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