CA Dance Project’s fall 2019 original production, Bewilderness, which the group performed twice on November 15, cast a spell on its audiences. Captivating, immersive, and visually stunning, the performance addressed the environmental crisis with urgency and beauty, to riveting live music in a score that included the voice of Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg.

Bewilderness

Directed and staged by Amy Spencer, CA’s dance program director
Choreography by Rika Okamoto and Amy Spencer, with movement contributions from Melissa Alexis
Original score composed and performed Nate Tucker, CA music teacher, with Solei and Anthony Leva

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