Maria Caruso's Metamorphosis

Actors Temple Theatre
339 W 47th St

Hailed as one of Maria Caruso's greatest solo creations to date, Metamorphosis, has been performed across the globe since its premiere at the Karmiel Dance Festival in 2018. The evening length performance took root after Caruso's extensive work with... more

Hailed as one of Maria Caruso's greatest solo creations to date, Metamorphosis, has been performed across the globe since its premiere at the Karmiel Dance Festival in 2018. The evening length performance took root after Caruso's extensive work with the Martha Graham Contemporary Dance Company and the artistic evolution resulting from her performances of Martha Graham's iconic solo Lamentation. Hungry to create an expansive work for the world's stage, Metamorphosis was born. The work is an emotional journey through life's many transitions, and it is based on her own experiences but broadened to be more universal. Throughout the performance the audience is immersed in Caruso's drastic emotional shifts as she uses a series of costume changes into differently-colored dresses as a metaphor for turning points in her character's journey. "Embracing the gravity of the moment, Caruso unleashed in her solo a passionate portrayal of a woman knowledged in the heartaches and joys of life that was bursting with her anxieties, sadness, soaring giddiness and breathless embracing of love and desire." - Steve Sucato The show will open Off-Broadway at Actors Temple Theatre on June 3rd and ... more

Hailed as one of Maria Caruso's greatest solo creations to date, Metamorphosis, has been performed across the globe since its premiere at the Karmiel Dance Festival in 2018.
The evening length performance took root after Caruso's extensive work with the Martha Graham Contemporary Dance Company and the artistic evolution resulting from her performances of Martha Graham's iconic solo Lamentation. Hungry to create an expansive work for the world's stage, Metamorphosis was born.

The work is an emotional journey through life's many transitions, and it is based on her own experiences but broadened to be more universal. Throughout the performance the audience is immersed in Caruso's drastic emotional shifts as she uses a series of costume changes into differently-colored dresses as a metaphor for turning points in her character's journey.

"Embracing the gravity of the moment, Caruso unleashed in her solo a passionate portrayal of a woman knowledged in the heartaches and joys of life that was bursting with her anxieties, sadness, soaring giddiness and breathless embracing of love and desire." - Steve Sucato

The show will open Off-Broadway at Actors Temple Theatre on June 3rd and will be performed at 5 pm on Thursdays and Fridays from June 3rd-July 30th. For tickets, go to https://www.telecharge.com/Off-Broadway/Metamorphosis-at-Actors-Temple/Overview


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Maria Caruso's Metamorphosis

Thu, June 24
5:00PM
$
From 79.50 to 99.50
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Fri, June 25
5:00PM
$
From 79.50 to 99.50
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Occurs 10 more times through Jul 30

Actors Temple Theatre

339 W 47th St
New York, New York 10036
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Schedule

June 24, Thursday 5:00PM
June 25, Friday 5:00PM
July 1, Thursday 5:00PM
July 2, Friday 5:00PM
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Admission

From 79.50 to 99.50

Category

Arts

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