We are in NY and at this point I'm still walking around thinking how much I love this city. Tons of awesome stuff going on as usual. I'm excited to check MR's La Song Ya fest. (Favorite panel title: "We Came To This City To Shit on a Stage").
Here is what Adam and I are up to this week:
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We're screening dance films at Spectacle on Wednesday night as part of our RADAR: exchanges in dance film frequencies traveling series. This time the exchange is Seattle -- New York and the line up is amazing.
Embedded by Marissa Rae Niederhauser
Merely Mouthpiece by Adam Sekuler
Serpentine by Jessica Hester & Stephanie Wuertz
Nemo by Rob Tyler, Adrienne Leverette & Fred Nemo
Study For A Cruxifixion by Randy Sterling Hunter
Excerpt “Rite of Spring” by Kathy Rose
Nightinigale by Jacob Rosen, Kate Wallich
Say by Reggie Watts, Amy O’Neal, Gabriel Bienczycki
Behind The Front Lines by Katie Fleming
Humming Birds by Tracy Rector
1922 by Shannon Stewart, Adam Sekuler & Daniel Mimura
R S V P on the facespace
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I'm teaching at 100 Grand in SoHo
Dec 4 - 6 (wed - fri)
10am - 12pm.
E V E R Y T H I N G: A morning physical practice for training, performing, surviving, and reveling in contemporary dance (aka your morning technique class)
Int/adv level for students & performing artists
This is a morning warm up that explores rigorous and playful approaches to physicality, body organization, spatial navigation, and set and improvised technical exercises that move us toward connection and freedom. Gyrokinesis, release technique, gaga, Forsythe/Pite improvisation, CounterTechnique, workout fads, qigong, and somatic partnering exercises may all be incorporated.