Wednesday, May 02, 2012

An Inner Place Heads South

(Portland Premier)
Choreographed by Shannon Stewart with film by Adam Sekuler

After two years working with the concept of memory and memory loss through a variety of research processes and creative projects, Seattle choreographer and tEEth performer Shannon Stewart will bring her latest work An Inner Place That Has No Place, to Portland’s Studio Two on June 1 & 2.

An Inner Place That Has No Place
Friday June 1 – Saturday June 2 | 8pm

Studio Two (formerly the mOuth)
Zoomtopia Building
810 SE Belmont
Portland, OR 97214

$10/adv $12/door

Recent Press about An Inner Place 

A trio of female dancers beautifully balance their way through a complicated scheme of light, sound and video of themselves that's both rich and disorienting.” – Michael Uphurch, Seattle Times

Stewart’s accuracy (the dancers, even frozen, have personality, and there’s a startling photographic fidelity to the tableaux, to eyes at half-mast and expressions caught in mid-flow) is striking.” – Michael Van Baker, the Sunbreak

Shannon Stewart’s choreography is filled with brave, unusual contrasts, and it is by turns athletic, detail-oriented and tranquil.” – Victoria Jacobs, Seattle Dances

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