Led by artistic directors Robert Vail and Matthew Flatley, The YoMoCo strives to blend the artistic spheres of movement, film, fashion, original music and photography to produce innovative and original works.The company was founded in 2010 out of the need to merge dance with other artistic elements to produce more dynamic, multifaceted art. The collective is comprised of artists that have a passion for their art and an urge to experience other original perspectives.
'I Sow, I Scatter' is the latest collaboration from The YoMoCo. The event is free of charge and will take place at TEMP Art Space on the nights of March 15-16. Doors open for free drinks at 7:30 and the performance at 8:00. Arrive early as seating is first come first served.
The Crooked is an evening length piece that illustrates the lifestyle of an isolated, quirky commune comprised of intensely off kilter villagers. Depicted by a consuming cast of 16, we are introduced to a vast array of characters in their efforts to co-exist and work as one to keep their society in motion. An original score performed by live musicians accompanies the villagers as the harmonious glue of their society begins to peel away as an unknown threat seeps into their sacred way of life. The Crooked takes the audience on a journey of wit and intrigue that morphs into a haunting, and desperate tale of the preservation of existence.
Premieres May 30th, 2012 at the Avlin Ailey Citi Group Theater, 7:30 pm