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CURRENT: 2018

April 6&7: Performance in DC

Springboard Performance Series

May 5: Performance in DC

The Legacy Project Uprooted Dance

May 18 – 20: Film Screening

Hopewell Theater: Selections from The Outlet Dance Project Film Festival Rescreening

June 29: Performance in Richmond

Dogtown Dance Theatre

PAST EVENTS:

February 3: Performance in Virginia

Music & Dance Festival 2018 at Workhouse Arts Center

Photo Credit: Eric Bandiero

Invisible Gorillas by Kristin Hatleberg. Amalgamate Artists Series. Photo Credit: Eric Bandiero

Semilla Cultural | Nritya Niketan Dancers | Imani Gaston | Next Reflex Dance Collective | Nate Masters | Drake Dragone | ACID Cop

7:30pm Saturday February 3rd

Workhouse Arts Center, W-3 Theater

9518 Workhouse Way, Lorton, VA

I’ll be dancing Invisible Gorillas (2010) as an improvisation duet with musician Nate Masters.

Tickets 

 

December 9: Performance in DC

Uprooted Dance performs The Legacy Project at Joy of Motion Friendship Heights

Details here

October 5: Film Screening

The Outlet Dance Project at Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton NJ

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The film Merry go round is a collaboration between Kristin Hatleberg and Yuko Takebe.  A meditation, the film looks at what comes when cycles begin again. Life layers and leads to unanticipated textures.

An evening of superb dance films from around the globe produced and created by women filmmakers and choreographers. Weaving together memory, place, history, and movement, these films offer a unique and unforgettable viewing experience. The screening will be followed by a brief Q&A with the artists.

7pm at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ

The Outlet Dance Project Film Festival 

Tickets & Information

September 29 – 30: Film Screening

Small Plates Choreography Festival, Newburgh NY

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The film Ringraziare io Voglio will screen both nights of the festival. A collaboration between Cecilia Fontanesi, Fred Hatt, and Kristin Hatleberg, Ringraziare io Voglio is a call for peace that distills time, capturing the tenderness of friendship and the strength within resolve.

Festival Information and Tickets Here

August 25: Truth in Motion Festival, NYC

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7pm at The Tank

151 W 46th St, 8Fl

Purchase Tickets Here

I will be performing The Read Aloud Dance as a part of this brand new festival. Truth in Motion is a festival created to allow choreographers to respond to this unique time. Each night will present different choreographers wishing to use their platform as an artist to make a statement about the world around them in a positive light. This curated event took into consideration the skills of the choreographers and dancers involved, but also the clarity of the message they were trying to portray. At a moment in time when many are defining themselves as being against certain policies, actions, or people, this festival encourages artists to define themselves by what they stand for. This festival was organized by Maya Kite and Dancers, who will present a different work each evening of the festival. For more information visit Truth in Motion

 

March 31: Performance, NYC

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GreenSpace Blooms Festival is presenting my latest work, Letter to Our World, which will be performed by Next Reflex Dance Collective.

Friday March 31, 8pm

GreenSpace Studios, LIC Queens

Ticketing and Show Information Here

Emily Berry | Becky Radway Dance Projects | Marcos Duran Performance Group
Trina Mannino | Jenni Hong Dance | Anabella Lenzu | Kristin Hatleberg
Post-Performance Music: Kaveh Haghtalab on Kamanche
 

March 16 – 30: Residency, Greece

Teaching and Creative Residency with Vasiliki Tsagkari

Akropoditi Dance Centre in Syros, Greece

 

March 1 – 30: Gallery Exhibition at H-Space, Washington DC

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Hamiltonian Gallery launches it’s satellite H-Space, an arts incubation space, with the exhibition Spitball featuring collaborations between Kristin Hatleberg, Katherine Mann, and Erik Moe. The exhibit will evolve over the course of the month and includes weekly performances and walking tours. 

View schedule and details here

February 4: Performance, Virginia

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En Route Festival is presenting my new solo work, I have met peace., and a group work, Letter to Our World, that I choreographed for Next Reflex Dance Collective. (Photo Credit: Robert Davidson)

7:30pm / $10 tickets at the door ($5 military/children)

Hurley Convergence Center, University of Mary Washington

Fredericksburg, VA

Purchase Tickets Here

November 18 & 19: Performance in VA

Small Plates Choreography Festival is presenting both my solo Kolo and work that I’m dancing in for Next Reflex Dance Collective.

8pm at Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton VA

Tickets and Directions here

Online Film Festival

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AXW Film Festival is screening Merry Go Round, my film collaboration with Yuko Takebe and Joel Fritzon, in NYC as part of their platform Crystal Umbrellas: Re-examing Our Place in the World.
You can stream the whole festival for three days of home viewing — wonderful films by female film makers, enjoy! 

View films here

Publication

Emergency Index Vol 4 Book Cover

I’ve written an essay that’s included in the 2014 Emergency INDEX: An Annual Document of Performance Practice, Vol. 4 and it’s now available for purchase. This is one of my all-time favorite publication projects! Emergency Index is the only print publication of its kind: A ten-year project, it is an annual catalog of artist’s documentation of their art and reveals a stunning array of active practices in the field of contemporary performance.

Sunday, May 29th at 4pm
The Hive Collective at Triskelion Arts

106 Calyer St, Brooklyn (G Nassau / L Bedford)

Purchase tickets here or $16 at the door

Artists will be sharing individual short works: ArtBark International  |  Kristin Hatleberg  |  Garnet Henderson  |  Sarah Lass

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October 15: Performance (NYC)

Collaborations in Dance Festival, Triskelion Arts, Brooklyn

10/15 at 8pm, 2015

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Y.A.K. Collective explores the sensory content of moving bodies in its new piece, Threshold. This investigation leads the audience to expanding their perceptions through video processing, movement and sound amplification.

|‘THreSH,(h)ōld| is the lowest intensity necessary for a stimulus to evoke a response. Amplification is a positive action, where the interaction starts.

Performers are Laura Colomban / Cecilia Fontanesi / Kristin Hatleberg

September 26: Performance (NYC)

The Dragon’s Egg Annual Showcase

9/26 at 2 pm, 2015

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Triskelion Arts: 106 Calyer St (G/Nassau Ave)
$15 tickets at door

Come see the amazingly diverse work that got created in residence at The Dragon’s Egg Artist Retreat during the year 2014. I’ll be performing a movement ritual I created that I call glacial melt, in collaboration with visual artist Fred Hatt and sound design from The Center for Memory and Control. Many other artists will be sharing as well, including Superhero Clubhouse and Team Awesome Robot.

May 14 – 15 & 21: Performances

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I’ve been collaborating with perfumer Kellen Walker and choreographers Penelope Hearne / Emily Rose to create a location-based perfume. Come take it in at “Western Drive” — part interactive installation, part performance, with showings at the Interdisciplinary Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition and Chicago Home Theater Festival at the Woodlawn neighborhood.
Performances are held on the half-hour and are free but reservations are required: RSVP here

April 26: Workshop (NYC)

The Less is More Workshop: Greater Movement Efficiency through Release Techniques

Sunday 4/26/15, 2 – 3:30pm

New Leaf Body, 142 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn (F/G to 7th Ave)

April 24 – 25: Performances (NYC)

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Friday and Saturday 4/24 & 25/15, 8pm

Take Root at Greenspace: 37-24 24th St, Long Island City (718-956-3037)

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Performances of “The Eagle has landed.” at Greenspace Studios in Queens, NY. Opening night followed by a talk back with the artists. We’ll be on a shared bill with The Resonance Collective, who will be presenting their work “A Man, a woman, and a blackbird.” Purchase tickets here

 

April 12: Workshop (Chicago)

The Breath Workshop.

Sunday April 12, time tbd, at Fitness Formula Clubs East Lakeview, 3657 N Pine Grove Ave, Chicago.

This workshop is a 45-minute lecture and demonstration and is part two is the series “Hidden Secrets: Uncovering the key ingredients that make up the foundation of every exercise program.”

April 3: Performance (Chicago)

Open Spaces: Thank Dance It’s Friday! hosted by Audience Architects as a part of Chicago Dance Month

Friday April 3 at 4pm in Pritzer Park, 310 South State Street, with performances by Kristin Hatleberg / Dancing Petals / Klaus Pinter / AcroDanza

February 8: Performance (Connecticut)

The Eagle has landed.

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Sunday 2/8/15 at 4pm. Please come help us close our residency and see what’s been incubating. Free afternoon performance followed by tea and conversation with the artists. Free and open to the public: The Dragon’s Egg, 401 Shewville Rd, Ledyard, CT

February: Residency Part Three

It’s back to The Dragon’s Egg to complete the full-length (45 min) stage production of The Eagle has landed. February 6 – 9

January: Residency Part Two

The Dragon’s Egg in Connecticut is hosting me and my team and we dive into making the next installment of creating The Eagle has landed. January 16 – 20!

September 27: Performance

Bird Medicine: A Trio in Three Parts

A 10-minute excerpt performed at Triskelion Arts Center, Brooklyn, as part of the Dragon’s Egg Annual Showcase

9/27 at 2 pm, 2014

Triskelion Arts: 118 North 11th Street, 3rd Floor walk up (between Berry and Wythe)
L train to Bedford / G train to Nassau
$15 tickets at door or rsvp to mybeasts@aol.com

Performers are Janet Aisawa / Cecilia Fontanesi / Kristin Hatleberg / Rebeca Medina / Nadia Wallace / Ophra Wolf

 

June 29: Performance

 

Performing at Psychlotron

 

May 29: Public Workshop

I’m teaching a workshop on my favorite topic, movement efficiency! We’ll be doing and discussing a sampling of release techniques. Click on the image to view the details and RSVP.

March 25: Performance

Anti-titled Landscapes #15 at Dixon Place

7:30pm, tickets $10 – 15. Dixon Place, 161 Chrystie Street (between Rivington and Delancy)

Performance by Anti-titled Dialogues with musician Amir Khosrowpour on piano. This is a split bill with choreographer Tiffany Rea-Fisher.

April 5: Performance

My performance collective Antititled Dialogues was invited to be a part of the art loft event being co-presented by SALTA and AUNTS on April 5th. Details to come.

May 1: Workshop

Join me at New Leaf Body to talk about the importance of releasing during movement and exercise. This is a discussion and movement workshop, so please wear comfortable clothing. Details on the workshop can be found here.

Spring 2014: Ongoing Open Rehearsals

Weekly Performances at Little Red Schoolhouse with the improvisation collective Antititled Dialogues. Please contact me for further details if you’d like to attend. Performances are free and held every Monday night 6-8pm.

December 6 – 7: Performance

Choreographer Sari Nordman will share a 30min portion of her work “A Dadaist Collage of Chauvinist Wisdom,” a duet between the two of us, at Brooklyn Arts Exchange. Friday Dec 6, 7:30 / Saturday Dec 7, 7:30

November: Workshop

Join me as I facilitate this month of the Wednesday Night Lab, a workshop series that’s organized and curated by EdwinAdkins and Charlie Mosley. It’s a lab for developing improvisational ideas and skills where the research sustains for a month with a stable group of participants and culminates in an open studio showing at the end of the month that is open to the public. Every month has a different facilitator, and for the month of November the facilitator is me. We’ll be working as musicians and dancers to research the concept “environmental architecture.” Studio showing on November 20, 8pm.

November 9 – 10 2013: Performance

Choreographer Karen Harvey presents a new version of her 2011 work “Connect” at the Dumbo Arts Wave Rising Series. Dancing with me will be Pauline Legras and Karen Harvey. Saturday Nov 9, 4:30pm / Sunday Nov 10, 7:30pm

November 7 – 9 2013: Performance

Choreographer Sari Nordman shows an excerpt of her evening-length duet “A Dadaist Collage of Chauvinist Wisdom” in the CPR Fall Movement Series. Friday Nov 8, 7:30pm / Saturday Nov 9, 7:30pm

November 3 2013: Studio Showing

We’ll be showing an excerpt of my new work “The Eagle has landed.” as a part of the ArtBark International Artist’s Share at DANY Studios, 4pm. 305 W 38th St, free admission and a feedback discussion to follow the presentations

November 2 2013: Residency Showing

Sari Nordman has a residency at Brooklyn Arts Exchange this fall—come to their showing to see all the work we’ve done on her evening length duet “A Dadaist Collage of Chauvinist Wisdom.” We’ll be performing a new insert that happens mid-way through the full work.  2pm, free admission

October 25 – 27 2013: Performance

Choreographer Becca Alaly premieres her new work “You’re A Citizen of Me” at the Dumbo Arts Wave Rising Series. I’ll be dancing with Javier Baca and Kim Machaby. Fri Oct 25, 7:30pm / Sat Oct 26, 4:00pm / Sun Oct 27, 7:30pm Buy Tickets

September 29 2013: Performance

Triskelion Arts Presents The Dragon’s Egg: Performances in Honor of Elaine Shipman 118 N. 11th St, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn NY at 4 pm & 7 pm $15 general admission. Seating is limited. Call to reserve: 718 599 3577 An annual showcase for work that’s been developed or inspired during residencies at the Dragon’s Egg, an artist retreat center in Ledyard, Connecticut. I’ll be showing work in the 7pm show along with fellow artists: Alexandra Bassett / DavidBotana & LeslieSatin / Cristin Cawley / Luke Murphy / Melissa Gordon / Superhero Clubhouse / Melody Ruffin Ward The 4pm show includes artists Ara Fitzgerald / FullStop Collective / Jason Rabin / Cori Kresge / Trina Mannino/ArtBarkInt’l / Marina McClure / Katie McNamara/Olase / Diana Oh / thefeath3rtheory|raja kelly September 26 – 28: Performance The Chinese Cultural Center presents work by three current Chinese dance artists. I’ll be dancing in Dai Jian’s work, 7:30pm each night. 390 Broadway, $15

September 14 2013: Performance

Our improvisation collective, Antititled Dialogues, is performing as a part of the Second Saturday Salons held at R&D Studios. 8pm, Classic Cocktails & Food $10 suggested door/donation to artists.  345 Eldert Street #117, Brooklyn

July 21: Exhibit May 30: Open Showing Antititled at Ran Tea House, 8pm. April 29: Open Showing Antititled at Ran Tea House, 8pm. Free, donation bar. April 5: Film Screening Filmmaker Yuko Takebe made the short film “Merry go round” out of some footage dancer Joel Fritzon and I shot on a dilapidated playground. Come to Philly to see the film and several other dance shorts before a screening of the documentary “Never Stand Still: Dancing at Jacob’s Pillow.” Co-presented by Philadelphia Dance Projects and PhillyCAM. 6pm at PhillyCAM, 699 Ranstead Street, Philadelphia. $10  more details or purchase tickets March 28: Open Rehearsal and Discussion Anti-titled continues! We are a group of improvisers committed to meeting every week to work on a long-term project exploring the possibilities of movement improvisation in and as performance. Our next open session is at Ran Tea House, 8pm. Please come join us for the evening. Dancers this month will be Kristin Hatleberg, Elise Knudson, Rebecca Medina, and Ophra Wolfe. February 23: Sorry I Missed Your Show (Screening and Discussion) 4-6pm, Gibney Dance Center, 890 Broadway 5th Floor, Studio 3. Footage of my solo work Kolo will be included on the panel for this month’s Sorry I Missed Your Show platform at Gibney Dance Center. Curated and moderated by Dana Whitco, this month’s event features artists who were a part of the 2012 BAAD Ass Women’s Festival, and the art works that we presented through the festival. Re-visited dance works will be: Betty Boop Black by Cashel Campbell; Myths of Sysiphus and other absurdists reflections on not drinking the kool-aid by Jessica Danser; Kolo by Kristin Hatleberg; No Quiero by Megan Minturn; We Didn’t Win the Lotto…But We Still Enjoyed The View by Djuna Passman; That one should open like an eyelid by Danielle Russo. It’s free but space is limited so please RSVP with allie@gibneydance.org February 11: Open Rehearsal and Discussion I’m working with a new group of incredible dancers on a long-term project exploring the possibilities of movement improvisation in and as performance. Last month we performed for the first time in a piece organized by Dai Jian in the UNTITLEDdialogue series at the Ran Tea House. Since then, we have committed to working together on a weekly basis and opening our work to audience at least once a month. If you’re interested in joining us, whether on the 11th or later, please email me. February 1: Performance Sari Nordman’s duet, A Dada-ist Collage of Chauvinist Wisdom, will be presented at the FLIC Festival (that stands for the Feature Length Independent Choreographers Festival…fantastic platform, check out all their programming!). Performance by Sari Nordman and Kristin Hatleberg. It’s in Fort Greene, Brooklyn– 9pm at The Irondale Center, 85 South Oxford St. Buy tickets here January 17: Performance I’ll be dancing/improvising at Ran Tea House along with lots of amazing dancers under the direction of Dai Jian. Performing together will be Elise Knudson, Kristin Hatleberg, Karen Harvey, May Yoshichan, Ayaka Habatan, Ophra Wolf, Zhuang Gui Xuan, Lotus.  369 Kent Ave, Brooklyn. Come if you like feeling environmental influences and having time to contemplate… December 8: Performance I’ll be dancing and percussing with Michael Barron at Diamond Mouth Surprise, 9pm(ish) at La Sala, 58 N3rd St in Williamsburg. Free! October 13: Performance The Pearl Mixed Media Dance Series at The Shermerhorn 106 Schermerhorn St, Brooklyn. $10 admission Cecilia Fontanesi will be dancing my solo piece “Anima” on a mixed bill with other artists tba. October 14: Performance Saint Mark’s Church in the Bowery, 7:30pm 131 East 10th Street at 2nd Ave close to L, R, and 6 trains. $15 general admission “Into the Deep” is an evening collaboration of music and dance, organized by The International Street Cannibals. I’ll be performing a solo with violin and cello, as well as in group work choreographed by Megan Sipe of Dancing Fish Productions. Also a part of the evening is a dance installation by Karen Harvey Dance. September 28 – 29: Performance Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm, 10 E 18th Street NYC. $15 general admission. Seating is limited. Call to reserve: 212.924.7882 A group show presented by Mystic Paper Beasts/Dragon’s Egg, the pieces have been developed or inspired during residencies at The Dragon’s Egg, an artist retreat center in Ledyard, Connecticut. The theater has an art gallery attached, which will be showing Paintings: Expanding Gifts by Dan Potter in collaboration with the performances. August 30 – September 3: Performance Performances in Amsterdam as a guest artist in Uba Bounce with Eva Dean Dance. Friday/Sunday at 7:45 and Saturday/Monday at 9:15 Muiderpoorttheater, Tweed van Swindenstraat 26. June – August: Residency I’m doing research and development rehearsals with the support of The Field’s Summer Dreaming Residency at the FAR Space in Manhattan. May 24: Performance As part of their New Works in Progress series, Dixon Place presents “it took nine days to eat.” a new performance work by Kristin Hatleberg and Aaron Hodges in collaboration with Pedro Jimenez. Framing the mental and emotional wilderness of loneliness, fear, and power, ‘it took nine days to eat.’ is an abstract exploration into the solitude of psychopathy utilizing only handheld light. Steeped in the atmospheric travel recordings of audio documentarian Quiet American, the work bridges the shadowy divide between the unspeakable and the transcendent. Sharing the bill will be New Work by Cori Kresge. Dixon Place, 161 Chrystie St between Rivington and Delancey (212.219.0736) Thursday, May 24th, 9:30pm. $12 advance, $15 at door, $10 for students and seniors: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe/9677578 May 6: Performance WestFest at WestBeth View Invitation April 6&7: Performance Performing for choreographer Mary-Clare McKenna in Cheryl Parry’s exhibit The Magdalene Laundries. 7:30pm at Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center, 107 Suffollk St, NYC. Free! View invitation March 20: Release Party for Publication: Emergency Index Release Party and performances at The Kitchen, 7pm. It’s a really smart new book project that’s hot off the presses, you should be sure to take a look. Emergency Index is put out annually by Ugly Duckling Presse and is meant, in their own words, “to give a ‘state of the field’ view of performance, as represented by actual works made in the preceding year.” My project The Paper Trail is documented in the Index. Check out the book March 27: Performance I’ll be a Maiden in the King’s Court. 8pm at The Gershwin Hotel, 7 East 27th St, NYC. $12 advance/$15 at-the-door More details here March 24: Performance Presenting new work (in progress) at the BAAD Ass Women’s Festival. 8pm at Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, 841 Baretto St, Bronx NY. (6 to Hunts Point) $20 View invitation March 24: Film Screening Ringing Rocks and Rocks Remember will both be projected during the Video & Dance showing at Soundance, 8pm. 281 N 7th St, Brooklyn NY (L to Lorimer/ G to Metropolitan) Free! More details here January 14: Performance CRS Presents Music Show & Tell #11 is presenting clarinetist Krista Martynes, and she’s bringing me in as her cross-disciplinary cohort. (It’s off Union Square at 123 4th Ave, 2nd Floor, 8pm.) We’ll be doing what we do best together, which is improvisation-based performance. We’re starting from the  works of Giovanni Scelsi and one of my favorite NYC performers, Janet Aisawa, will be joining us as will Montreal’s sound artist Adam Basanta. Buy tickets here December 10: Performance I’ll be dancing some of the under babble that’s helping me gear up to work on upcoming collaborations. My contribution is a dance piece, at Ulla’s House, 8pm, and three other movement artists will also be sharing their work. It’s a lovely soiree, with good people, wine, nibbles, and a party to go along. Entrance is free, but please bring a contribution either to slip in the box or add to the snack table. November 29 – December 3: Festival Announcing the New York City Aerial Dance Festival 2011! I’m not performing this year, but was on the curatorial board and am very proud and excited by the diverse, stimulating work that will be presented. Details here Oct 28 – 29: Performance it took nine days to eat. will be a part of CPR Presents: Fall Series–details here Oct 17 – 23: Residency Residency at Dragon’s Egg for further development of The Paper Trail June 15 – 16: Installation/Performance Full-immersion performance experience at the Pescadrome, starts @ 6:30pm June 12: Teaching: Masterclass at Alice Keck Park, Santa Barbara @ 3:45pm. March – May: Teaching Residency I’m honored to be assisting Julie Ludwick in a ten-week teaching residency at Muscota New School up in Inwood, Manhattan. We’ll be teaching improvisation to Kindergarten, First, and Second grades–it was a battle to be able to give this free program to the children and we are so happy for all the support that came through! Keep an eye on Julie’s blog as we’ll be sharing some of the experience there. April 18-29: Performance Homage on Bowery and Houston April 19: Performance I’ll be swooping about as one of The Maidens at the Gershwin Hotel, 7 East 27th St NYC, doors at 8pm. Performances by: The Maidens, Ben Davis, Alec Spiegelman, Emily Vetsch, Jeff Davis, Annie Now, Elliot Roth and The King. $12 at the door $5 Drinks for cash((bring a flask)) at the cafe. This is a Glitter Kitty Event—Dance, Music, and Mockery April 8: Performance Green Space Blooms April 2-3: Performance I’ll be dancing for Robin Rapoport in Angela Living in the House of Strangers, a full-length production that is being presented by the Take Root series at Green Space. Tickets February 4&5: Performance “It took nine days to eat.” is being presented by Brooklyn Arts Exchange as a part of Regarding Essential Bodies: Curated by Dean Moss on February 4 and 5 at BAX, 8pm. Shared bill with Eric Conroe, Pedro Jiminez, and Sari Nordman. Advance $12 / $7 low-income and at the door $15 / $8 low-income : 421 Fifth Ave. at 8th St. (R/G/F 4th-9th Ave.) This performance is the first little sliver of a collaboration I’m doing with Aaron Hodges. You can buy tickets at the door (but I suggest reserving them) or here November 20: Performance Soundance has a relaxed monthly studio showcase that I like to take part in when I’m developing something new–there’s always wine and cookies and plenty of time to talk at the end of the show. I’ll show “Invisible Gorillas” here–showtime is 8pm. November 6: Performance I’ll be performing “Invisible Gorillas” in the Amalgamate Artists Series — there are two shows back-to-back at 7pm and 9pm. I’m performing at 9pm and tickets are $10 at the door, or you can come at 7pm and watch both shows for $15. The show is at Bridge for Dance, 2726 Broadway, 3rd Floor. Click here for show details October/November: Filming I’m working on a video-dance collaboration with visual artist Fred Hatt and musician Jim Smith that we’ll be filming on location at Ringing Rocks in the coming weeks. October 3: Performance The Outlet Dance Project is presenting a site-specific production of my piece “Kolo” as a part of their annual festival in the Grounds for Sculpture sculpture gardens. It will be one of a dozen performances that take place throughout the grounds and in the performance hall. Click here for show details September 30: Performance I’ve been asked to do something for the Young Professionals Variety Showcase and will be dancing either the stage version of “Kolo” or an in-progress work called “Invisible Gorillas.” Come to Guild Hall at 1 East 29th St and see which I pick: 6:30 is happy hour and at 7:30 up comes the curtain. September 24 – 25: Performance I’ll be dancing in Willi Dorner’s Bodies in Urban Spaces, a traveling performance that takes place around lower Manhattan. There will be four performances throughout the weekend, as a part of the Crossing the Line Festival co-presented by FIAF and Dancing in the Streets. September 19: Raindate! Our September 12th performance got rained out and will now be on September 19th (weather permitting). If you’re at SeptemberFest in Hamilton, NJ, come by the performance stage before you leave. I’ll be performing there three or four different times between 10 – 4, along with musicians Krista Martynes (clarinet), Travis Stewart (bass), and Jackson Moore (saxophone). We’ll all be improvising together–will definitely be fun! **I ended up doing this performance alone, as the raindate proved too tricky to coordinate…and so I performed a work that’s currently in-progress, titled “Invisible Gorillas.” September 11: Puppetry I’ll be playing the crowds at the Yonkers Riverfest as a guest artist with Hudson Vagabond Puppets. The festival is full of excitements — Scan the sky for the flying pterodactyl in order to locate me. August 20 – 21: Performance There will be a studio performance of “There is no word.” in Amsterdam on August 20 – 21. This project is a collaboration between me and Aaron Hodges that is in its initial brainstorming stage. We’re excited to have this laboratory to start working! It’s on the program with several other pieces, all made by various summer apprentices of Magpie Umbrella (of which I am one). On the same program I’ll be dancing in three other works: “Wasting time with your ego.” (a solo directed by Santiago Botero Rodriguez), “You are cracking me.” (a trio directed by Astarte Athanasiadou), and “to be announced” (a trio directed by Joel Fritzon) Click here for program and further information