Prey (2000)

Prey, a postmodern work, was created in 2000 for 15 performers and divided into two sections, “Birds” and “Part”.  Award winning choreographer Bebe Miller uses the ideas of form, human relationships, and simplicity, and, deals with “discovering where the psyche effects change in movements,” “choices other than dancerly ones”, and exploring human touch.  Many of the movements evolved from hours of improvisation, contact improvisation, conversing among the group, and communicating through movement.  Inherent in the movement is a style that is both relaxed and physical, made clear through a communal aura created by the dancers.  (Description approved by Bebe Miller June 2001)

Photo Credit: Lori Teague