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About the Work

Inamorata is defined as “a woman who is loved or in love.” In working with the company Kate Weare talked also about love as it provokes questions about faith and devotion and our need to belong, Her work taps into our doubts and uncertainties in the face of love’s mystery.

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Credits

  • Choreography: Kate Weare, Assistant in creation Douglas Gillespie
  • Performance: Premiered at The Breen Center for the Performing Arts, Cleveland Ohio
  • Date: Febuary 15, 2013
  • Dancers: Felise Bagley, Noelle Cotler, Annika Sheaff, Damien Highfield, Gary Lenington
  • Executive Artistic Director: David Shimotakahara
  • Music: Various Recorded Artists
  • Lighting: Dennis Dugan
  • Costumes: Janet Bolick