Betwixt Us - Margot Parsons
CHOREOGRAPHY Margot Parsons
DANCERS Daisy Giunta, Ruby Giunta
MUSIC Mendelssohn: Songs Without Words Op.19 No 1 in E major
PIANIST Lia Kaynor
Generations come together: a mother and her seven-year old daughter dancing together,
accompanied by an incoming freshman at Harvard.
Braiding - Kathy Hassinger
CHOREOGRAPHY Kathy Hassinger, in collaboration with the dancers
DANCERS Jennifer Burpee, Whitney Cover, Eleanor Duckworth, Jackie Flynn, Sarah Josselyn, Sara Lapery, Eliza Mallouk, Marcie Mitler, Alison Ryan, Kai Sherman
MUSIC Camille Saint-Saëns: Fantaisie, Op. 124
Like a forest in the sunshine, this piece has grown organically from a passion for dance
and its connection to the same in others.
Experiment #6 - Adriane Brayton
CHOREOGRAPHY Adriane Brayton
DANCERS Fernadina Chan, Joe Gonzales
MUSIC Lemon Jelly: Experiment No. 6
Each dancer brings their unique body experience and wisdom into the studio. Drawing from the dancers body histories and movement preferences, phrase work unfolds expressing the dynamic of these two distinct movers. Experiment No. 6 explores the elements of theme and variation, rhythm, and friendly interplay of two different bodies moving in space.
Across The Doorsill - Jody Weber
CHOREOGRAPHY Jody Weber
DANCERS Joan Green, Maggie Husak, Eliza Mallouk, Marcie Mitler, Jennifer Roberts
MUSIC Michael Wall, Marcelo Zarvos
TEXT Rumi, Jeannette Winterson
Across the doorsill is the result of moments that shift one’s perspective or experience of both the internal and external world permanently — the new path — the surprising or unexpected journey.
Past and Future Preludes - Peter DiMuro
CHOREOGRAPHY Peter DiMuro, in collaboration with the dancers
DANCERS Ann Abbott Fontaine, Ann Brown Allen, Dianna Daly, Eleanor Duckworth, Jackie Flynn, Edie Hettinger, Karen Klein, Sara Lapery, Eliza Mallouk, Marcie Mitler, Marin Orlosky-Randow, Alison Ryan
MUSIC Sergei Rachmaninov
Past And Future Preludes is a companion work to Future Preludes, that utilizes all of Rachmaninov’s Preludes premiering in late June at Dance Place, Washington, DC. Common between the two works is the sourcing of “other”: in Washington, collaborations among genres of dance as diverse as Hip Hop and Hula; in Boston, the dialogue among an inter-generational cast of women.
ATAD 2013 Videos by Jim McCalmont.