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Suede in concert

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Join CHAW as we welcome Suede back to DC--in her first area concert in eight years!  We are thrilled to announce that you have not one, but two CHAWsome opportunities to hear this talented performer, whom the press has compared to "Adele meets Diana Krall meets Bette Midler - sassy, smooth and intoxicating.”  And, as always at CHAW, lots of options to ensure that this program is as accessible as possible to as many music-lovers as possible!

Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action.

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

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