He has juggled performances in Hong Kong, Perth, Edinburgh, Barcelona, Las Vegas, Montreal, and of course, in New York. Or perhaps to put it better, he has performed his juggling all over the world. Now his new work, Michael Moschen in Motion: Touching the Kinetics Continuum, at the Joyce Theater is set to close Nov. 26, as scheduled. The production began Nov. 14.
Moschen in Motion will combine some of the performer's signature techniques including "Three Balls," "Triangle" and "Circles" with new material created for this production. The combination of "movement, rhythm, character, and virtuosity" as a statement reads, will contain music composed by David Van Tieghem.
The creative team behind Moschen includes set and properties by John Kahn and Anne Patterson, lights by Dave Feldman, costumes by Mei-Ling Louie and Ed Falco. Choreography for the production is by Moschen and Janis Brenner.
Moschen has performed with the Big Apple Circus, Cirque du Soleil, Lotte Goslar's Pantomime Circus, in Jim Henson's "Labyrinth" and with Texts for Nothing's Bill Irwin in Not Quite/New York and The Courtroom. This production was premiered in 1988 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's "Next Wave Festival."
For tickets to Moschen in Motion, at the Joyce, 175 Eighth Ave, call (212) 242 0800 or visit www.joyce.org.