Go on a sensual, visually stunning journey with this groundbreaking dance film
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PUTNEY- Next Stage Arts Project and Vermont Performance Lab present a screening of the movie “PINA” by Wim Wenders, on Thursday, May 25, at 7 pm.​

“PINA” is a groundbreaking feature length dance film for Pina Bausch by Wim Wenders.

Wenders takes the audience on a sensual, visually stunning journey of discovery into a new dimension: straight onto the stage with the legendary Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch ensemble, he follows the dancers out of the theater into the city and the surrounding areas of Wuppertal, which for 35 years was the home and centre for Pina Bausch’s creativity and the birth of her new art: dance theater.

There will also be an introduction and question and answer session with Sharon Lehner, Director of Archives, Brooklyn Academy of Music and archives advisor to Pina Bausch Foundation.

Continuing the dinner and a movie series, the chefs at the Gleanery will serve a special menu at 5:30 pm, in time for diners to make it to the hosted film screening around the corner at the beautiful, newly-renovated Next Stage Arts.

Prices for the dinner and movie combination are $23, for reservations call (802) 387-3052. Limited seating available. All are welcome to attend the film only, for which there is $5 to $10 suggested donation at the door.

Next Stage is fully handicap accessible. There will be a beer and wine cash bar. The Next Stage Arts is located at 15 Kimball Hill. For information call (802) 387-0102 or nextstagearts@gmail.com.
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