The Inaugural Fall Season of Tom Gold Dance
Returning to Florence Gould Hall for the first time since 2012, Tom Gold Dance presents its inaugural fall season with the New York City Premiere of Company Founder and Director Tom Gold’s Apparatus Hominus. Originally performed outdoors in a stone amphitheater at TurnPark Art Space, a cultural, recreational, and exhibition center that features a site-specific sculpture garden on the site of a former lime quarry in West Stockbridge, Massachusetts in the Berkshires, Apparatus Hominus, which draws its name from and pays homage to the many works of metal found across the Park’s 16 acres, is set to selections from Nico Muhly’s Drones and his soundtrack to the 2013 film Kill Your Darlings. Featuring artists of New York City Ballet, and more.
Friday, November 9 and Saturday, November 10, 2018
$35 and $25 ($10 with valid student ID, in person only)