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…tbWbk… is a full evening of contemporary dance works that is as much about a strayed artist’s homecoming, as it is a collection of danced stories of breaking through blockages and “stuck-ages” through willpower, hope, love, and the unbound potential of compassion and companionship. 

Performed by John Crandall, Ashley Ervin, Brianna Anderson, Eliana Dell’Anna, Nia Shand, Salvatore Cataldo, Jude M. Perry-Evans, Jerome Nuney Stigler, Laurie Déziel, Amauris Ortega, Filip A. Condeescu


Filip A. Condeescu, a native of Bucharest, Romania, started dance at the age of 21 at Connecticut College, where he obtained his BA in both Dance and Sociology. In 2002, he was presented the joint Dance Magazine/American College Dance Festival Outstanding Choreography award for his piece Perpetuum, performed at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Filip completed his MFA in Performance and Choreography at California State University, Long Beach, and started a new chapter by continuing his exploration of human expression, spirituality & social justice in the New York City arts scene. Filip has received training and mentorship from Lan-Lan Wang, Dan Wagoner, Douglas Nielsen, Martha Myers, Alaine Haubert, Jeremy Nelson, and has worked with Meredith Monk, David Dorfman, Victoria Marks and Gail Gilbert. He is very humbled and grateful to be part of the amazing physical & metaphysical space that BAAD! has created & become. Filip is presenting an evening of work on June 18, 2016.


$20 General | $15 Student/Senior