Movement Research at the Judson Church – February 23, 2015


Featuring works by Tyler Eash, Tsveta Kasabova, Elke Luyten, and Antonio Ramos and the gang bangers 


Choreographed by Tyler Eash
Performers: Elizebeth Randall, Tyler Eash

Glossolalia: the language of the possession of the Holy Ghost.
Glossolalia combines pious grandiose imagery with opulent spectacle. Gestures of classical ballet and moments of operatic hymns are intersected with extant consciousness and contemporary clarity. Eash depicts the violence of Evangelical healing and the intimacy of baptisms as sensual and zealous moments of pleasure and prayer. Poetry, deconstructed ballet, contemporary dance, and voice translate rituals of the divine into contemporary performance.


Judson Garden
Concept: Tzveta Kassabova
Performance and Choreography: Celeste Allen, Miguel Castillo, Vanessa Dikuyama, Doud Lecours, Deborah Leedy, Emily Luan, Lorena Neira, Veronica Rodriguez, Sarae Snyder, Alan Sutton, Octavio Webster, Meredith White
Music: Aleksei Stevens
Costumes: Tzeveta Kassabova


Elke Luyten
Company: Teatro del Cuerpo
Creator/Performer: Cesar Reyes Lopez
Music: Random radio stations tuned on real time


Choreography by Antonio Ramos and the Gang bangers
Collaborators: Adele loux-Turner, Alvaro Gonzalez, Rebecca Wender, Darrin Wright, Luke Miller.
Music: Under pressure (A-Capella), Queen, and Bowie


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