I am in New York City looking for a place to live for the fall semester, selling all my furniture in Boston and enjoying a sublet in Brooklyn that I found through friends. I am sharing the apt. with peaches a very cute cat!
Tickets have gone on sale for our September 17th showing! We will have David Parker among others as a guest choreographer. Many other choreographers volunteered for subsequent showings as well on Oct. 8th and Nov. 12th.
Here is the link to our first showing: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/186602
I had a lovely meeting today in Boston with the producers and other choreographers from the Across the Ages Dance Project, they are working with a filmmaker to document this amazing project.
Lastly I found this interesting quote, it makes me think about how we categorize dance as Abstract or Formal vs. more expressive and how it is not always so black and white. I like that!
One of my biggest desires is to have people finally see that you can be at once conceptual and formal; that is what I’m trying to do. These two things are not polarities, they are converging in my dances. My work contains a fully embodied critique of the form—every second of it does. – Tere O’Connor