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– cave... –

cave... a dance for lilith

cave...a dance for lilith premiered in November, 2012 at The Brewery in downtown Los Angeles as a co-production with LA Contemporary Dance Company.

all photos by Taso Papadakis

Upcoming related events

Dance for Lilith:

Depictions of a Demon Goddess

Join Artistic Director Aaron Henne at The Philosophical Research Society as he discusses the origin of Lilith, her connections to other Goddesses and demon figures, and her first appearances in religious mysticism.

Tuesday, February 18, 2020, 7:00 PM

LILITH TALK AT PRS

Cave… is an exciting collision of theatre, dance and music that explores the humanity behind the myth of one of the most infamous demon goddesses of Jewish folklore.  Lilith's violent reputation has been feared throughout the centuries and sensationalized everywhere from classical art to "True Blood."  According to some interpretations of Genesis, she is also the first woman – created even before Eve.

cave...a dance for lilith travels through time and space as Lilith and her nemesis/lover cycle through endless attempts to connect with and dominate one another.

 

Co-directed by Kate Hutter and Aaron Henne
Choreography by Kate Hutter
Text by Aaron Henne

 

With Julie A. Lockhart, Brad Culver, Omar Olivas, Andrew Pearson, Melissa Schade, Athena Sterig and Tiffany Sweat 

 

Original music composition and performance by Eric Mason
Lighting Design by Mason Barker
Costume Design by Bert Henert

Sound Design by Martín Carrillo

 

 

press

 

"unearths the humanity behind the myth of Lilith..." 

LA Stage Times



"explores threads connecting ancient creation stories about the blood-thirsty goddess to contemporary issues of personal and political conflict... compelling dance theatre." ​

L​A Weekly



"unique and daring performance depicting a many-layered tale..." ​

The Examiner



"the perfect vessel through which to speak about the notion of the   outsider and the stranger... " 

Jewish Journal



This production was made possible in part due to the generous support of The Claire and Theodore Morse Foundation.

 

 

photo by Taso Papadakis