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Presented by CAPA and Wexner Center for the Arts
$17 members and CAPA subscribers
$20 general public
$14 students and seniors
Prices include a $2 CAPA facility fee.
At the request of the artist, all audience members 5 and older must provide proof of vaccination on entry, either in the form of their vaccination card or image of their card, along with their valid state-issued or university ID, or a negative COVID-19 test conducted no earlier than 72 hours prior to show time.
On sale for Wex members and CAPA subscribers only through July 28. Public sale begins Friday, July 29, at 10 AM.
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Traverse paradoxical worlds of raw emotion in this dazzling dance theater work by internationally acclaimed Brazilian choreographer Lia Rodrigues.
In Fúria—"fury" and "force" in Portuguese—Rodrigues travels beyond the contradictions of the ego as nine dancers bond with their primitive energies to reinvent social constructs. Exploring themes of otherness and group dynamics, she crafts a fictional universe that constantly evolves as the dancers progress from conflict and isolating individualism to jubilation and collective transcendence. The result is an invigorating experience that offers respite from numbing pandemic fatigue and the social anxiety of our time.
A driving force behind Centro de Artes da Maré, an arts center in one of Rio's largest favelas, or shantytowns, Rodrigues makes no distinction between her dance practice and the diverse community to which she is deeply committed.
Please note: This performance contains nudity.
Lia Rodrigues, Fúria, photo © Sammi Landweer.
Lia Rodrigues was born in São Paulo, Brazil. After studying classical ballet, she cofounded the contemporary dance group Andança and danced with Compagnie Maguy Marin. In 1990, she founded Lia Rodrigues Companhia de Danças, which has presented work in over 25 countries. The Centro de Artes da Maré, inaugurated in 2009, serves as both the headquarters for her company as well as a meeting space for artists and people of all ages. In 2005, Rodrigues won the medal of Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres from the French government. She has been an associate artist in Paris at both the Théâtre National de Chaillot and Le 104 since 2018.
Copresented by the Columbus Association for the Performing Arts.
WEXNER CENTER PROGRAMS MADE POSSIBLE BY
Greater Columbus Arts Council
The Wexner Family
National Endowment for the Arts
Ohio Arts Council
L Brands Foundation
The Columbus Foundation
Institute of Museum and Library Services
Vorys, Sater, Seymour, and Pease
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BY
Mike and Paige Crane
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President Kristina M. Johnson and Mrs. Veronica Meinhard
Larry and Donna James
Alex and Renée Shumate