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Fred Torres Gallery

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THE MONKEY CHANNEL
505 West 28th St
New York, NY 10001


June 16th, 2012 - June 17th, 2012
 
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Performances | Saturday, June 16th at 7pm and Sunday, June 17th at 4pm

Fred Torres Collaborations presents The Monkey Channel, a new play with dance, inspired by true events. Set in 1990, this theater piece follows Cindy, a single, mid-western mom making a spontaneous expedition to Mt. Eiger to summit one of the world's highest and most dangerous peaks. The story offers drama, suspense and wonder in an unfolding sequence of events around Cindy and her family. The Monkey Channel challenges conventional thoughts about risk and the possible rewards - or loss based on one's human condition.

About John Byrne
Born in 1982, John Byrne is a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts and began his career as a dancer with Paul Taylor Dance Company. He later danced with Battery Dance Company and Patrick Corbin before creating his own choreographic works. Byrne has collaborated with artist David LaChapelle for 9 years as a choreographer on projects like "Elton John's Red Piano Concert", and music videos for artists including Norah Jones, Mary J Blige, and the band No Doubt. Byrne formed his own performing group, The John Byrne Dance Company in 2011. JBDC presented "Transcending Form," an evening-length work for 12-weeks at Theatre80, as well as "From Darkness to Light," a live dance installation at the Lever House, in collaboration with LaChapelle.


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