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Steel Hammer
Updated on 31 January 2017

Steel Hammer is a spectacular music theatre that creatively explores the subject of human versus machine. The latest collaboration from composer Julia Wolfe, SITI Company, and Bang on a Can All-Stars, creatively explores the subject of the cost of hard labour on the human body and soul. See it at New York University Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi on Wednesday 8th or Thursday 9th February. Entry is free.

Visit www.nyuad-artscenter.org.

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