Film Screening
with dance pioneer and former Taylor principal dancer, Carolyn Adams

October 6, 2016  7 PM – Cable Car Cinema
204 South Main St. Providence

“It zeroes in on a mystery.” –The Washington Post

Paul Taylor is one of the dance world’s most elusive and respected choreographers. This film is an unprecedented exploration of how Mr. Taylor creates a single dance, and between the guarded and unguarded moments, the viewer is witness to a mysterious work ethic that has created some of the most iconic modern dances of our time.

Presented in collaboration with Brown University Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies

Tickets: $5 student / $10 general* Limited seating!

The Paul Taylor Legacy Project

FirstWorks celebrates Paul Taylor, America’s greatest living choreographer of the 20th and 21st centuries, through a season-long project connecting audiences with art, dance, music, and American history. In February 2017, Mr. Taylor will be “in-residence” with his namesake Paul Taylor Dance Company to debut a new work in Providence prior to their three-week run in New York City. Taylor’s visionary work will be explored through a series of workshops, lectures, conversations, films, and performances beginning in October 2016.

A Widening the Circle initiative developed by FirstWorks and American Dance Legacy Initiative, along with partners including the Brown University Orchestra, RISD Museum, and Cable Car Cinema.

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