The Week Ahead. July 26-August 1, 2010

Vanessa Anspaugh, Photo by Ian Douglas

Vanessa Anspaugh, Photo by Ian Douglas

This Week at Movement Research…Studies Project, classes, schedule changes, performances, and more!

Thursday, July 29. Studies Project.
10 am. Medicine Show Theater, 549 West 52nd St., 3rd Floor.
Symposium on Masculinity and Embodied Practice
Hosted by Urban Research Theater*, in association with the Movement Research Studies Project Series.
*Ben Spatz, Movement Research Artist-In-Residence 2010

Join us for a day of presentations, papers, and performances by Doug Risner, Aimee Rose Ranger, Jeff Casey, Karl Rogers, Shelby Hibbs, Milton Loayza, Susan Mar Landau, Chris Kilmartin, Catalina Florina Florescu, Jef Johnson, John Stoltenberg, Fred Landers, Salvatore LaRussa Dance Theatre, Michael DiPietro, Austin Selden, and Ben Spatz.

The symposium will conclude with an evening performance of
Play/War, 8pm, Medicine Show Theater, $20 general/$12 student
Two men. Brothers. Strangers.
An explosive journey through intimacy, violence, and liberation.


We are so excited, and we thank you all so much for your interest in our summer workshop intensives!
WEEK 4 begins Monday, July 26, 2010 at Danspace Project (Saint Mark’s Church at the corner of East 10th Street and 2nd Avenue).

Classes this Week.
Please note that the MELT classes that are listed on the class calendar are NOT drop in classes. You must be registered and have paid full tuition to take part in those workshops.

Join us this week for drop-in classes with Barbara Mahler and Charlie Mosey.

Artist-in-Residence Event.
8 pm. Thursday – Saturday. July 15 – August 14.
Play/War, presented by Urban Research Theater (A.I.R. Ben Spatz)
Two men. Brothers. Strangers.
An explosive journey through intimacy, violence, and liberation.
Medicine Show Theater, 549 West 52nd Street, Third Floor, New York City

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