MORIAH ELLA MASON
XXX-Position is an excerpted solo from an upcoming one-woman show exploring the intricacies of performance, identity, and relationship in the sex industry. Straddling the boundaries of cabaret theater, exotic dance, performance art, and post-modern dance, choreographer Moriah Ella Mason draws on her experiences as a stripper and femme domme to illustrate the highs and lows of sex work.
Performed by Moriah Ella Mason
OLGA (OLA) SLAVIN
Hiraeth (n) a longing for a home you can't return to, or that never was. How our past and upbringing, societal norms, and life experience play a roll in how we limit ourselves consciously and subconsciously. The pursuit to break free from ourselves by finding ourselves.
Performed by Ola Slavin and Ashley Menestrina
COPING THRU IT
About a woman getting through a breakup and her friends helping her get back to herself, She learns that her life going forward matters more than obsessing over the past and the hurt that she is going through.
Performed by Kelsie Jones
2474 Westchester Avenue, Bronx, NY 10461 718-918-2110
Home of Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre and The Bronx Dance Coalition
Saturday, March 12 | 8PM
$20 General | $15 Student/Senior/BAAD!
COMPILATION DANCE CONCERT
CASSANDRA BORGES & JAMES LATEEK
Sultry X employs feminism and embodies the essence of women's sensuality by using suggestive movements to depict strong women who make their own way and rules in life.
Performed by Adalisse Perdomo, Ayana Blackman, Anise Hines, Cassandra Borges, Frances Benedit, and Maleeka Harris
BORNE DANCE COMPANY
Skin follows the human's experience of self-discovery. Who we are as raw humans without the labels, the stereotypes, the pressures. Who we would be if society and culture didn't tell us who to be. Skin explores the discovery of becoming comfortable in our own skin.
Performed by Kianna Moye, Courtney Murray, Andre Dawson, Tom DiFeo, Christine Gilbert, Claire Cook
BEVERLY LOPEZ & LOURDES "LOLI" SANTIAGO
In your face and unapologetic, Oddly Even is strength in diversity with three brilliant forces in one space. The trio incudes women who proudly stand out from each other: from race, hair color, and dance style. As individuals, they move as one in celebration of their freedom to explore and be their own kind of badass. They stray away but always rejoin because the dancers are grateful to associate themselves with a bigger entity.
Performed by Beverly Lopez, Lourdes “Loli” Santiago, Brittany Wilson
ONE SIZE FITS SOME
“Feminism” is becoming a contentious and limited social label. This piece explores how the belief in a singular "Feminism" (rather than many flexible feminisms) leaves women yearning for more. How are women pulled apart, and how can they come together to support each other's fight for equity?
Performed by Chelsea Hecht, Kailey McCrudden, Adrianna Aguilar