September 18-21, 2013
Wednesday thru Saturday at 8pm
MVworks’ first two evening-length works, No Where and …within us.,were commissioned by Performance Space 122. The company has also been presented in New York City through Performance Space 122’s COIL 2010, Fridays at Noon at the 92nd Street Y, THROW at The Chocolate Factory and Galapagos Arts Space, WAXworks at University Settlement, and Dance Theater Workshop's 40th Birthday Celebration. International engagements include the Mexico/US Contemporary Dance Festival in Coyoacán, Mexico. MVworks was a 2006 Abrons Art Center Drawing Board Series Artist in Residence. Nationally, company repertory has been set on students at Anderson University, Anderson, IN through their Guest Artist Program.
Flutter is a new evening-length piece created by Megan V. Sprenger / MVworks. Through the creation and presentation of Flutter, MVworks is exploring themes of individuality, vulnerability and compassion. Compositionally, Flutter places abstract movement next to, within, and following story-driven content. The interaction between these elements creates subtle plot lines that ebb and flow throughout the dance. Much of the movement for the work has been individually crafted for each performer based on their personality, preferences and habits.
Flutter is a collaborative project created by Megan V. Sprenger with performers Donna Cicchesi, Michael Ingle, Tara O’Con, Anna Adams Stark with additional movement vocabulary provided by Megan Madorin, Kendra Portier, Yarden Raz and Alli Ruszkowski. The production will include lighting design by Joe Levasseur, scenic design by Brad Kisicki, sound composition by Jason Sebastian and costumes by Naomi Luppescu.
"Megan Sprenger Talks About Her New Dance Flutter" - Gia Kourlas, Time Out New York
"Charged Interactions in an Abstract Universe" - Brian Seibert, New York Times
"Asserting the Uncertain, Cooking the Rough" - Deborah Jowitt, DanceBeat