The Guthrie Theater presents
created and performed by VIE BOHEME
In this immersive, multimodal, 360-degree performance, local artist Vie Boheme uses a fusion of dance and theater to embody the stories of black women. Vivid juxtapositions of live music, movement, spoken word and monologues take center stage as she expresses the complex and interwoven emotions of each woman, defying stereotypes and giving gravity to their experiences with her body, voice and soul.
Vie Boheme is a multimodal artist, dancer, singer and choreographer. She brings an athletic agility to her vocal performance by singing and dancing in unison, eliminating the boundary between the visual and audio experience. She is a former dance artist with Camille A. Brown & Dancers and TU Dance and a founding member of the August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble. She has previously performed at the Guthrie with The New Griots Festival and in the mainstage productions of West Side Story and Refugia, and she has choreographed and performed with The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and The Moving Company. Learn more at www.listen2vie.com.
CENTERPLAY will take place in the Dowling Studio.
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