Choreographer and sculptor Ginger Krebs has a restless intellect; speaking about her work, ideas tumble over rapid-fire, each thought shooting out a web of tendrils to new ideas; you feel as though she is mapping for you the interconnectivity of all things in the world and our relationship to them. Her newest work—the product of a DanceBridge residency last fall—has a similar sense of abundance. “Myth and Continent” starts by asking how, as we increasingly experience the world as a series of flat images, does that affect our relationships with our bodies and each other. From there, Krebs and her five collaborators consider the diminution of physical space and expansion of virtual space, our relationship with and demarcation of the earth (the title comes from a category of lawn ornament), and how space/time conceptions are shaped by manmade products like GPS. The density of ideas is leavened with humor and the genuine tenderness the performers have for one another. (Sharon Hoyer)
At the Hamlin Park Fieldhouse, 3035 North Hoyne. July 22, 28 and 29, 7:30pm. $12 at the door.