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2009–2010 Residencies

April 26–May 9, 2010
ANIKAYA Dance
In “Forest”, ANIKAYA Dance invites you to leave behind the confines of our urban world that constrict the imagination, and to enter the ever-evolving, unpredictable world of the forest. Forest is a Contemporary Dance work informed by movement forms from Break Dance to Butoh, from Capoeira to Kalaripayattu. The nine ANIKAYA dancers create a world unfamiliar and alluring, full of serenity and sensuality, conflict and metamorphosis.

June 14–26, 2010
Annie Kloppenberg
Kloppenberg’s new work-in-progress, Expert Witness, eclipses narrative but invites you into a world with a sense of intrigue, mystery, and memory. With movement structures borrowed from probability theories, social psychology, and the legal system, Kloppenberg plays with perception, revealing incomplete information, the act of bearing witness to and recreating events, and how unrelated occurrences becoming linked in the memory of an event. The act of decoding, or solving, is passed over to you, the audience.

2009–2010 Movement at the Mills

October 29, 2009
Accumulation Dance, Urbanity Dance, Lizroncka/Real-Time Performance Project

January 8, 2010
Mariah Steele, Screech to a Stop, Michael Jahoda’s White Box Project

April 30, 2010
Kendra Heithoff, Sun Ho Kim & Dancers, Weber Dance

 

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