Dawn Whitmore The Initiation Performance at Georgetown Waterfront Park

By Editorial Team on November 14, 2017
Photo courtesy of Dawn Whitmore.
Event: Saturday, November 18 at 4pm

The Initiation is a sculptural/performance piece that is the first of a long-term four part production. Four singers will perform a 12 minute work that combines voice and glockenspiel keys to delve into a mythical narrative inspired by the underworld. The music will be integrated into a life sized hut-like sculpture comprised of hand-built wooden ladders, positioned on the labyrinth at Georgetown Waterfront Park.

The audience is invited to move around the structure and singers during the performance to experience the shifting tonal shapes.

Story and sculpture by Dawn Whitmore with music by Stephen Gorbos. Performed by Deborah Sternberg, Rachel Evangeline Barham, Allison Clendaniel, and Shauna Kreidler Michels. This project has been generously funded by the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities.

Georgetown Waterfront Park in Northwest Washington, DC. The performance will be held at the labyrinth along the river at the bottom of 33rd St NW. For more information, visit https://www.dawnwhitmore.com/blog/14265025/initiation.