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Daniel Fish

Jan 12 - Jan 20, 2017 | $20.00

“I was thinking about confined spaces, the space between the viewer and the screen, the space between two people, how being trapped in a space can seem liberating, the films of Chantal Akerman and something a friend of mine, long since dead, said about how every time he shouts the walls of his prison to dust, another rises up. And about what happens when the talking stops.”

Anna Azrieli – Mirror Furor

Feb 22 - Feb 25, 2017 | $20.00

“Making dances I let my intuition fly. I am seeing how these three people (and myself) first fit into and ultimately modify my desires. One inspires my presence on stage, one inspires the way I move, one is my child and is complicatedly inspired by me just as they inspire. I feel their separate threads, as well as my own, tugging at me and am discovering how they will form a whole story.”

Ursula Eagly – Piece with gaps for each other

Mar 29 - Apr 01, 2017 | $20.00

This will be like a tower of champagne flutes. But messier. And what’s pouring is something, but not champagne. It’s a delicate operation that’s leaking everywhere. Lots of leaking. What’s going to happen?? Lots of questions, too, and we’ll need your help. Come on down.

Jimena Paz – Yellow

Apr 21 - Apr 30, 2017 | $20.00

“We have been working with the idea of "foreignness" and how each artist interprets that word in her/his own making/practice. The point of departure, the locus of the collaboration, are short stories from my life in Argentina, the subculture of my dancing body.”

Michelle Boulé – The Monomyth

May 17 - May 27, 2017 | $20.00

The Monomyth explores narratives of loneliness and solitude, following the trajectory of a soloist through a continuous movement experience. American culture idealizes the individual, yet we are living in what has been called “the Age of Loneliness,” where competition and cultural suppression trump connection, cooperation, and support for varied expressions of self.

Ivy Baldwin Dance – Keen (Part 2)

Jun 01 - Jun 11, 2017 | $20.00

Keen grows out of an open-eyed exploration of that which we uncomfortably avoid: the contours of grief. Baldwin and her all-woman cast mine the emotional and physical experience of loss, memory and holding love.