RIOULT Dance NY choreographer Pascal Rioult’s energetic precision and graceful sensuality inform “Women on the Edge,” a trilogy of dances about the tragic heroines of the Trojan War. Included are “Iphigenia,” “On Distant Shores” (Helen of Troy) and the ADF commissioned “Cassandra’s Curse.”
RIOULT Dance NY choreographer Pascal Rioult’s energetic precision and graceful sensuality inform “Women on the Edge,” a trilogy of dances about the tragic heroines of the Trojan War. Included are “Iphigenia,” “On Distant Shores” (Helen of Troy) and the ADF commissioned “Cassandra’s Curse.” Sofia Negron Photography
RIOULT Dance NY choreographer Pascal Rioult’s energetic precision and graceful sensuality inform “Women on the Edge,” a trilogy of dances about the tragic heroines of the Trojan War. Included are “Iphigenia,” “On Distant Shores” (Helen of Troy) and the ADF commissioned “Cassandra’s Curse.” Sofia Negron Photography

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