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MOMIX: Do You Believe in Magic?
MOMIX v2.9.6 Mod Apk Download It may not be magic per se, but the current MOMIX program at the Joyce Theater is a magical dance / theater experience. Some may say that it’s long on theatricality, acrobatics, lighting and staging (and not a little mysticism) and short on choreography and intellectual statement – a cross between a series of circus acts and contemporary pre or post-Olympic extravaganzas – but it’s far more than that.
This Joyce program (titled either MOMIX or Viva MOMIX or MOMIX Forever, depending on the information source) is one of the most beautiful and entertaining evenings of dance I can recall seeing, presented with consummate artistry by a talented and engaging cast.
And it’s refreshing to emerge from a dance program thoroughly entertained, without scratching one’s head as to the meaning of it all or whether choreography was delivered as it was intended to be a century ago.
I’ve been aware of MOMIX for a very long time, but I’m almost ashamed to say that this was my first exposure to it. There was always something more important that I had to do than spend my time watching what I anticipated would be a Pilobolus clone.
That mistake will not be repeated, but it enabled me to see this performance with fresh eyes, which widened in response to pure visual pleasure as the evening progressed.
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MOMIX v2.9.6 Mod Apk Founder and Artistic Director Moses Pendleton co-created Pilobolus Dance Theater while at Dartmouth College in 1971. Pendleton eventually separated from Pilobolus and in 1980 founded MOMIX. In program notes and on the MOMIX web site, the company is described as a one of “dancer-illusionists.”
That’s true, but the illusions don’t come from the dancing; they come from the way the dances are mounted, including the sets, lighting, and staging. And although the images created are startlingly visually beautiful, it is the beauty of human bodies in constant fluid motion rather than static visual images.
Comparing MOMIX and other forms of dance is the proverbial apples and oranges. What distinguishes MOMIX’s moving images from others is their inventiveness.
Other contemporary dance and ballet companies have used visual projections, strategic use of props, and lighting effects to produce unusual imagery that either augments the choreographic concept or overwhelms it, but Pendleton and his creative associates (members of the company and staff, including Associate Director Cynthia Quinn, costume designer Phoebe Katzin, and a small army of lighting designers) at least based on this program, meld all of it together in indivisible coherence such that one component could not exist without the other.
The truly extraordinary live visual moving images draw a viewer in if for no other reason (and there are lots of other reasons) than to try to figure out how Pendleton and his dancers (and his unseen technical staff) do what they do. And I won’t comment on similarities and differences between MOMIX and Pilobolus. Suffice it to say that there’s room for both – and more.
Finally, for this overview, it should be noted that this program includes nudity (as do some Pilobolus programs). But while the sensuality in these dances is almost pervasive, with or without costumes, there’s nothing gratuitous about any of it.
It’s not sanitized, but it’s not salacious either. As it appears, it’s all extraordinarily beautiful. And how can you not love a company that alerts the audience to the occasional nudity via a pre-performance announcement … delivered entirely in French.
MOMIX v2.9.6 Mod Apk The eighteen dances on the Joyce program are taken from five themed MOMIX programs – MOMIX in Orbit, Botanica, Opus Cactus, ReMIX, Lunar Sea – plus several pieces described as Classics and three pieces created for its 35th Anniversary Season (each of which was celebrating its New York premiere during this engagement).
There is another themed program that apparently is represented in some of these combined programs – Alchemia – but it’s not represented, at least not by name, in this Joyce set.
Describing each of these dances cannot adequately replicate the visual presentation (and, to the contrary, may make them sound sterile) so in many cases I’ll skim them, focusing on those I particularly liked.
The program ranges from the opening piece, Pleiades (from MOMIX in Orbit), in which three women – Simona di Tucci, Heather Magee, and Jennifer Chicheportiche – manipulate props that look like long sticks (batons), one in each hand, and then whirl the batons around and whirl themselves around the stage changing the position of the batons in the process, such that the sticks transform into seemingly solid objects, eventually morphing into orbital rings surrounding the dancers’ celestial bodies (backed by the appropriately titled The Mystik Dance by El Hadra), to the closing piece, If You Need Somebody (ReMIX), which I’ll elaborate upon below.
Momix Shoots for Astonishment With ‘Alchemia’
MOMIX v2.9.6 Mod Apk Optical illusions and other neat-looking tricks, achieved by a lithe cohort of dancer-athletes and an extensive design team, have long been the selling points of Momix. Established three decades ago by Moses Pendleton, a founding member of the equally spectacle-oriented Pilobolus, the company specializes in teasing the eye through lighting and video effects, often exploring themes related to nature. (Recent entries in its globally touring repertoire include “Botanica,” about the seasons, and “Lunar Sea,” about the moon.) Even if there’s not much choreographic substance, there’s cool stuff to see.
But Mr. Pendleton’s latest endeavor, “Alchemia,” seen on Monday at the Joyce Theater in the middle of a four-week run, falls short even on that front. This roughly 90-minute production, which purports to celebrate “the art of alchemy and the alchemy of art,” strives to astonish. It has billowing fire (a silk sheet manipulated by metal poles), glow-in-the-dark skeletons (or are they frayed nerves?), outer-space projections, a stretchy golden pyramid, kaleidoscopic mirrors and lots of look-how-sexy-we-are dancing. (One thing it lacks: an intermission.) At best, it’s mildly entertaining; at worst, trite and shoddily assembled.
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