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Raised by a painter and a printmaker, Kate Weare’s deliciously inventive choreography reflects influences from visual art, music, and psychology. Garden holds true to these influences with an austere yet visually striking set that includes an upside-down tree, a large stump serving as a power base throughout the piece, and gorgeously impressionistic lighting. The four dancers alternately flirt and fight, seeking comfort in and challenging each other in rituals designed to cope with human frailty in the face of the uncontrollable natural world. The program will also feature excerpts from the brand new piece, Dark Lark.