Formalist choreographer Beth Gill brings her dreamy, subconscious-heavy performance to the Fisher Center at Bard College this month. In "Catacomb," dancers on stage group together and split apart, ranging in tone as they change positions. The routine is all-encompassing and sensory, as viewers are meant to feel face-to-face with the dancers. They are not only watching, they are witnessing. "In the site-specific 'Catacomb,' Ms. Gill's choreography spreads throughout the space like a web," says Gia Kourlas of the New York Times. Lighting by Thomas Dunn, music by Jon Moniaci. From October 13 to 15 at Bard College's Fisher Center. (845) 758-7900; Fishercenter.bard.edu.