Havana, Jan 15 (Prensa Latina) U.S. Company Zenon Dance, known worldwide for the stylistic diversity and emotional intelligence of its dancers, will debut today in Cuba. The Marti Theater in Havana will host the performance of the American company, directed by Linda Andrews, who will repeat the same program this weekend.
Founded in Minnesota more than three decades ago, the company will offer here a show that includes the piece “Coming home,” by Osnel Delgado, dancer, choreographer and director of the Cuban contemporary dance group Malpaso.
The pieces “My Very Empty Mouth,” “Wynn Frick,” and “Ezekielâ�Ös Wheel” by Danny Buraczeski, complete the program the U.S. company will perform in Havana.
Zenon Dance mixes on stage elements of the modern dance with jazz, and promotes an eclectic repertoire through pieces by American creators, such as Bill T. Jones, Doug Varone, Bebe Miller, Tere O’Connor, Danny Buraczeski and Sean Curran.
With favorable criticisms in The New York Times and Dance Magazine, the company has taken its contemporary art to several U.S. cities and theaters in Russia, Switzerland, Hungary and Aruba.