Dance piece brings theater, humor to story of media overload

SIERRA CISTONE for the Missoulian

A stunning, two-person theatrical dance performance in the flavor of divine comedy is hitting the stage at Westside Theater.

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“PaperPieces” runs this weekend at the Westside Theater. Show times are 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20, and 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21. For tickets or more information, go to thewestsidetheater.com

The show, titled “PaperPieces,” is choreographed and performed by Nicole Wolcott, an independent choreographer and dance artist with a knack for comedic dance theatrics. While Wolcott will be the only dancer on stage for the show, she will be accompanied by Omar Zubair, a New York-based composer.

Zubair has created for big names like Lady Gaga and Madonna and also helped create sound for the internationally renowned New York theater company, The Wooster Group.

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Together, Zubair and Wolcott will bring to life a moving and yet hilarious story of what it is like to move through the world in a time of information overload and the constant bombardment of bad news. Wolcott describes

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