I've long held the belief that dance was/is the highest form among the arts. I didn't always think that.
My thoughts changed after dating a dancer for a few years and seeing EVERYTHING he did to create his art. I was dumbfounded, again and again, as I sat in audience.
These two here, Alexandra Bradshaw and Bradley Beakes—beyond being some of my nearest-and-dearest friends in Salt Lake City—five or sometimes six days a week, thrust their bodies through space in order to portray a thought, a wish, a sorrow, a joy.
I never miss a chance to see them perform. Why? Because the art vanishes as quickly as it's made and you can only see it in that breath-second "once" of being their witness, their audience.
choreography & performance by ALEXANDRA BRADSHAW & BRADLEY BEAKES
live cello & guitar by ELEANOR COX & JON YERBY
THURSDAY, 28 JULY, 2016
7:30p doors | 8:00p show #1 | 9:30p show #2
ART 270 GALLERY* | 270 Main Street, Salt Lake City
$10 suggested donation
NOTE: This is a private event with limited capacity and you must RSVP for 8p or 9:30p performance to firstname.lastname@example.org
*Art 270 Gallery is currently presenting Me, Myself, and I: A Retrospective of Works by T. K. Stephens