Squawk Coffeehouse

Our show is coming up this weekend!  here is an excerpt from the Squawk Coffeehouse in May

Performance of To Tell by Rebecca Midler, performed by Angie Hartley,
Not a Word in the Sky Improv by Kelley Donovan to Sheila Chandra and excerpt from “What is Stable Shifts” what is Solid Slips performed by Kelley Donovan & Dancers, Angie Hartley, Sam Wilcon Tiffany Balinger, Nordica Houlton, Melissa Alexander, Lucy Condisine, & Laura Murphy

The show is coming up this week get your tix here!

Fort Point Theatre Channel presents: “Memories and Fantasies”
An evening of dance featuring Ensemble Warhol, Contrapose Dance and Kelley Donovan & Dancers

Friday, June 10 @ 8pm   and  Saturday, June 11 @ 8pm
Sunday, June 12 @ 3pm

Midway Studios
15 Channel Center Street
Fort Point, Boston, closest Subway stop is South Station on the Red line

Visit to purchase tickets online:  http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/171080

For more information:
Tickets are available online, at the door, or call 800.838.3006
Note: Cash or check only for tickets at the door.mmmTickets:  $13-$20

Check out the Facebook page and get in inside look at the production: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/event.php?eid=149717371761457

Choreographers: Eve Summer, Lorraine Chapman, and Kelley Donovan
Set designers: Heidi Zander and James Fuhrman
Costumes: Penney Pinette, Kathleen Doyle, and Anna Zamarippa
Music: Morton Feldman, Mark Warhol Conductor: Kim Diehnelt

MEMORIES AND FANTASIES consists of three performances of contemporary music and dance featuring Ensemble Warhol, Contrapose Dance, and Kelley Donovan & Dancers.

The evening begins with “La grenouille à grande bouche” (The Big Mouth Frog), a popular story told to children in Quebec to help them practice proper French pronunciation. Composer Mark Warhol,  choreographer Lorraine Chapman, costumer Penney Pinette, and painter Heidi Zander have created an outrageous, stylistic, and sophisticated fantasy featuring bilingual narration.

“What Is Stable Shifts, What Is Solid Slips” is a new dance work about decay, memory, and transformation by Kelley Donovan & Dancers, with costumes by Anna Zamarippa and featuring pianist Barbara Lieurance playing the music of Morton Feldman.

The second half of the evening is a presentation of “Jeanne’s Fantasy,” an excerpt from the opera “Jeanne” by Mark Warhol, which catches the heroine daydreaming on the job. The production is a collaboration between  Contrapose Dance and Ensemble Warhol and features choreography by Eve Summer, costumes by Kathleen Doyle, and sculpture by James Fuhrman.

and just for fun this Swan Lake will blow your mind!



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