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ATE9 AT THE RUBY STREET

Starting tomorrow and continuing every Thursday night in May, the Ate9 dance company begins a residency at the Highland Park creative space The Ruby Street, with a closing night post-performance party on May 30.

Local audiences remember performances by Danielle Agami‘s acclaimed troupe at Royce Hall and The Wallis, and the 1 TO 3 engagement provides a rare opportunity to see the company in an intimate setting.

ATE9—1 TO 3

Thursday, May 9, 16, 23, and 30.

The Ruby Street

6408 Ruby Street, Los Angeles.

Also on Monday, May 20, at 7 pm.

A Noise Within

3352 East Foothill Boulevard, Pasadena.

Ate9 dancers, from top: Jordan Lovestrand; cast; Alexander Quetell and Ariana Daub; Sarah Butler; Montay Romero (top) and Lovestrand; Jobel Medina; Rebecah Goldstone (left) and Butler; cast. Photography by Cheryl Mann Productions.

ATE9 AND GLENN KOTCHE AT ROYCE HALL

“We need to gamble way more than we do—in dance and in life. With time and age we gamble less and less—less with our money, less with our hearts, because we’ve known pain. With improvisation you seek out pleasure, and with that comes discovery. And often what you discover is what you don’t know. There is a great freedom in feeling that you don’t know everything. I keep a very nice percentage of not knowing in my life.” — Danielle Agami*

The “Glenn” in CALLING GLENN—a new work choreographed by Agami and performed by her troupe Ate9—is Wilco percussionist Glenn Kotche, who will accompany the troupe’s performance of the piece this weekend at UCLA.

ATE NINE—CALLING GLENN

Saturday, November 11, at 8 pm.

Royce Hall

10745 Dickson Court, UCLA.

AteNine

Ate9, Calling Glenn, photographs by Cheryl Mann Productions.