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Gregg Mozgala and Emily Pope-Blackman perform in Diagnosis of a Faun (Julie Lemberger)

Diagnosis of a Faun

This inclusive dance/theater piece commissioned by VSA from Tamar Rogoff Performance Projects draws inspiration from Nijinsky's Afternoon of a Faun and a dancer's first-hand experience with cerebral palsy.

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Diagnosis of a Faun is an innovative new inclusive dance/theater piece commissioned by VSA from Tamar Rogoff Performance Projects. Rogoff draws her choreographic inspiration from Nijinsky's Afternoon of a Faun and dancer Gregg Mozgala's first-hand experience with cerebral palsy to create a creature that inhabits two worlds simultaneously. As Rogoff's Faun moves through the seemingly disparate spheres of the operating room and the forest in the company of dancers, doctors, humans, and nymphs, the curse of separation between medicine and art is gently lifted. Dancers Emily Pope-Blackman and Lucie Baker, as well as Dr. Don Kollisch, round out this cast. Part of the 2010 International VSA Festival.

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