Sterling's Emily Johnson will return to her home state for "One Night Only" this month.
Actually, Johnson and her Minneapolis-based contemporary dance troupe, Catalyst, will be in the area for two weeks creating a new dance work in Homer, taking part in a Yup'ik dance worskhop and filming a movie for their newest piece.
They also will perform "One Night Only," a collection of work choreographed by Johnson, at 8 p.m. July 16 at the Que'Ana Bar, Mile 122.5 Sterling Highway.
The performance will include "Plain Old Andrea, with a Gun," hailed as a "postmodern feminist wester" including mouth guards, plastic guns and a bullet-proof vest; "Close to Giving Up," which originally was dedicated to the former owners of the Que'Ana Bar; and a sneak-peak excerpt from "Heat and Life," Catalyst's newest work.
Catalyst includes Johnson, six dancers, a musician and a filmmaker.
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