Posts Tagged ‘September 2015’

Movement Research at the Judson Church – September 28, 2015

Featuring works by Launch Movement Experiment, Rosalind Goldberg, Jasmine Hearn and Marc Arthur


Launch Movement Experiment
Movement: Rachel Mckinstry
Lighting: Andy Dickerson
Sound: Layton Weedeman


Research presentation – Jump with me!
With Rosalind Goldberg

The last couple of weeks I have started research on jumping. I have been structuring a practice through which I will investigate relations through the action of jumping. It is a preparation for the upcoming production ‘Jump with me!’ a work that will be made for 4 dancers.
Tonight I am alone and I will jump a collection of poems for you.


claudette [an excerpt from memory keep(h)er]
Choreography and performance: Jasmine Hearn
Story: Claudette Johnson
Music: Debussy, Nina Simone and jhon stronks


Color After Language
Choreographed and directed by Marc Arthur
Dancers: Ryan Lawrence and Charles P. Way

Movement Research at the Judson Church – September 21, 2015

Featuring works by Taja Lindley, Sari Nordman, Jen Rosenblit and Venus

Tough, mysterious, sensitive
Choreography & Performance by Sari Nordman
Music: Es project
Made possible at rehearsal residencies at Bearnstow and Loimaan Taidetalo, Finland


Clap Hands
A new project by Jen Rosenblit with Addys Gonzalez, Effie Bowen, Andy Kobilka aka Dj Snoggybox.
Tonight’s research is performed by Effie Bowen with a script read by Emma Hedditch and directed by Jen Rosenblit.


see yourself when
Performed by Venus


Love Me Good
Performed and Choreographed by Taja Lindley
Music: “Be My Husband” by Nina Simone
Sound Design: Lolo Haha

This piece is dedicated to Crystal Jackson and Britney Cosby – two young Black lesbian women in a romantic relationship who were brutally murdered. In March 2014 their bodies were found bludgeoned behind a dumpster in Port Bolivar, Texas. James Larry Cosby, Brittney Cosby’s father, is the suspect of their murders.

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