HEAR ME BREATHE
In life, we are constantly pulled in a million directions. Because of this, we constantly loose sight of our purpose. It takes that still small voice to grasp our attention and bring us back. When his happens we can finally breathe.
Performed by Maëva Boldron, Graciela Morales, and Victoria Vassos
SHILOH HODGES & SHANTELLE COURVOISIER JACKSON
A brief window into the personal intersection of queer failure, queer history, family exile, and unintentional mythology.
Performed by Shiloh Hodges
"Home" is a duet for one which investigates the lines between intimacy and aggression, tenderness and rage, togetherness and aloneness, in a romantic relationship between women. "Home" uses a mixed media of dance, text, homemade videos, and song to create a canvas that draws the audience into an uncomfortably personal space.
Performed by Jessica Danser
NEVER ARRIVING II OR [________] OR ∞ †† ∞
My body becomes the site for inquiry and excavation for a series of task-meditation improvisations. These structured improvisations arose from my interest in investigating the degrees of consciousness of everything in site-specific, studio, and nontraditional/quotidian spaces (i.e. my apartment). I am interested in the way energy flows throughout the body creating nuanced states of beings and in noticing how the everyday becomes ritualized as we shift between the public and personal sphere. How can I continuously balance and structure a state of not knowing/not achieving anything to allow for the emergence of an alternative - sacred - healing suspension in time & space?
Performed by Randy Reyes
BROK + EN
A choreo-film exploring the lonely world of trapped emotions
Performed by Daví
2474 Westchester Avenue, Bronx, NY 10461 718-918-2110
Home of Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre and The Bronx Dance Coalition
SOMETHING PRETTY: PRELUDE
Something Pretty: Prelude exists at the intersection of naïveté and awareness. Drenched in beauty, Bodnarchuk plays in this space before discovering it's ugly underbelly.
Performed by Alexandra Bodnarchuk
SATURDAY, JUNE 11 | 8PM
$20 General | $15 Student/Senior
CAIN COLEMAN, JR.
Retrograde will reveal several perspectives on cultural appropriation, and will be filled with emotionally opaque images and ironic commentary on the effect that slavery, segregation, and racism have had on the African American narrative. This project hopes to inspire audiences to expand on the conversation and research of culture and ancestry. Learning from the history within our surroundings and in our lives. A longer section of the work will play at the NYU, Tisch school in a program called 'Dances by Dancers on June 18th.
Performed by Matthew Perez and Chazz Giovanni Bruce