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Through April 6, J Mandle Performance will present the stylish new production "Feast," a large-scale, interdisciplinary work blending architecture with choreography by Beppie Blankert, sound by Paul Geluso, Julia Mandle’s expressive costumes and lighting by Aaron Copp.

The design, structure, composition, texture and color of Mandle’s costumes are integral to the quality and import of the choreographed movement, according to J Mandle’s mission statement. The dance performance cum gallery installation is an exploration of the origin of desire.

"Feast" performances take place at the Stable Building, 16 Main St. at Water Street in DUMBO. Tickets are $10 on Thursdays and $15 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Thursdays and Fridays the show begins at 7 pm and Saturdays and Sundays at 4 pm. For reservations, call (718) 246-7440. For more information, visit www.jmandleperformance.org on the Web.

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