Jonah Bokaer’s Anchises, a 70-minute modern dance piece based on the Greek legend of Anchises (father of Aeneas), confronts the concept of filial loyalty in relation to today’s treatment of the aged. After its world premiere in October in Bournemouth, UK, and performances at Abrons Art Center in New York City in mid-November, this piece is ready to tour. With that in mind and the nature of Bokaer’s work, lighting designer Aaron Copp kept his rig small, with fewer than 100 fixtures and 72 ...

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