BONNIE & CLYDE
MIDWEST PREMIERE NOVEMBER 4 -5, 2022 AT STUDIO5 PERFORMING ARTS CENTER IN EVANSTON, IL
Open Dance Project’s Madelyn Manlove, Joshua de Alba, and Atticus Griffin in “Bonnie & Clyde” choreographed by Annie Arnoult. Photo by Lynn Lane.
WHEN: Friday, November 4, 7 pm and 9 p.m.
Saturday, November 5, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
WHERE: STUDIO5, 1934 Dempster Street
Evanston IL 60202
*On Sale Soon
Conceived and directed by Annie Arnoult, Bonnie & Clyde looks inward at the emotional journey of two young criminals from Texas in the midst of the Great Depression. Original music by Garreth Broesche, Hunter Perrin, and Paul Beebe fills the nooks and crannies of the visually stunning, immersive, multimedia experience crafted by our design team (Lauren Davis, Edgar Guajardo, Ashley Horn, Ryan McGettigan and Tiffany Schrepferman).
Through compelling choreography by Annie Arnoult and the ensemble, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow’s sensationalized drama is peeled back to reveal a deeply human experience of love, desperation, and violence that personalizes contemporary issues of gun violence and prison reform.
A special guest appearance by Evanston Dance Ensemble dancers will be featured in the pre-show of each performance.
Bonnie & Clyde is collaboratively developed and performed by Joshua de Alba, Sonia Engman, Atticus Griffin, Madelyn Manlove, Taylor McAnulty, Lizzy McGoldrick, Cameo Reneé, Joseph Stevens, Jaime Garcia Vergara, and Brenden Winkfield. The performance is produced by Robin Anderson with production management by Christina Maley.
The four intermission-free, hour-long performances will take place November 4 and November 5 at 7 and 9 p.m. at Studio5, 1934 Dempster St, Evanston, IL, 60202. Tickets are $35 for the general public.
This is a 60-minute immersive production, where audience members walk through and stand inside the set among the dancers. Please contact us directly if you have mobility limits and need special arrangements. The production features mature content, gun violence, gunshots, sirens, references to sexual violence, and is recommended for ages 13 and above.