Performance Lab: In the Round Sep 20, 2018
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Performance Lab: In the Round
Thu, Sep 20, 7pm
Since its founding On the Boards has hosted various performance series — such as Choreography, Etc., to 12 Min Max, and Open Studio — that allow local artists to share new works and works-in-progress. In the 18/19 Season we’re relaunching this program as the Performance Lab, a quarterly series that includes facilitated feedback for artists along with an opportunity for each artist to discuss their performance with the audience. There is an open call for performances and each Performance Lab will be curated by local artists and Charles Smith, Director of Program Management. The format for this first Performance Lab will be in the round on the Merrill Theater stage. Learn more about the Performance Lab
Meredith Pellon recently graduated from the Dance BFA program at the University of the Arts and relocated to Seattle. She has presented work at venues in Pennsylvania and New York. Meredith also created a series of site-specific projects at public locations in Philadelphia through a grant from the Corzo Center.
Using cauterized choreography, this work investigates how a memory can manifest itself in everyday objects and experiences. It is strange and comforting, holding unexpected familiarity.
Naomi Macalalad Bragin
"I’m a streetdancer and professor at UW Bothell. My former Oakland company DREAM received funding from Creative Work Fund and Rennie Harris PureMovement, and an Isadora Duncan Dance Awards Best Choreography nomination. I’m a former NYC Hip-Hop Theater Future Aesthetics Artist and currently completing Black Power of Hip Hop Dance, a book on my research."
Broken explores childhood trauma, classical art, sexuality and religion, asking what’s created when colonial violence invades the most intimate spaces of family, home and body.
Photo: Shelley Rose Photography
WAREHAUS dance collective
WAREHAUS dance collective is directed by Akeisha de Baat and Megan Hunter. Since 2014, they have been creating and performing original works in Vancouver BC, Toronto and abroad. Their works are always evolving, drawing on inspirations from their global travels and continuous education and stages in life.
An exploration of senses, experimenting in physical research with each sense — experiencing the senses for what they are and how we think about them. This is an excerpt from research for a full evening work to premiere in Spring of 2019.
Photo: Shannyn Higgins
Hope Goldman is a dance artist recently relocated from Chicago where she choreographed, performed, and taught for 7 years. Since relocating, her work has been supported by the Bridge Project residency at Velocity Dance Center and Converge Dance Festival. She holds an MFA in Dance from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Shoal is a wave of bodies exploring and imbued with ideas of group behavior and dynamics, collective decision making processes, and anonymous leadership.
Photo: Michelle Smith-Lewis