"Corpus Mysteriis." Art springs from science, as Greg Catellier and his modern dance troupe present the fourth in a series of evening-length works that have focused, in turn, on dance elements of time, space, energy, and now, the body. Based on illustrations from 16th-century anatomy books, Catellier's movement invention joins with music including sublime harmonies of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw. Sept. 18-20, Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts, Emory University. www.arts.emory.edu.
"Je Suis/I Am." Identity is the focus of this collaboration between Atlanta-based CORE Performance Company and Association Manifeste of Toulouse, France. In front of the High Museum, and in a city park, dancers emerge in street clothes. Initially indistinguishable from passersby, dancers will perform and interact with pedestrians in unexpecte ways. Oct. 18, Woodruff Arts Center Sifley Piazza. www.high.org.Oct. 19, Historic Fourth Ward Park. www.art.beltline.org. Association Manifeste also performs "Point of View on the Corner: The American Corner" Oct. 19 on the corner of Luckie and Forsyth streets. www.france-atlanta.org.