FREE Showing The Body Becomes the Messenger in SoHo Tuesday

charles-daniels-photography-3911Join us for a free showing!

Movement Research, Open Performance, FREE
537 Broadway, 4th floor, SoHo, NY, NY

We will show an excerpt from last years: THE BODY BECOMES THE MESSENGER

The Body Becomes the Messenger attempts to show how our body thrives when all is integrated and in balance. When we try to have our mind, heart and soul work without addressing our body’s needs and concerns, we battle against ourselves. Only in true union of all of parts of ourselves can we be at our strongest and best.

With dancers:  Allison Trotta, Sara Crane-Dedrick, Jessie Sector, Sarah Bolander, Natalie Lin & Dana DeFabrizio

read more about the work here:

A program of experimentation and work-in-progress, for artists at all stages of their development. The events are centered around an audience discussion moderated by a Movement Research Artist, feedback methods to support and inform the artists’ process.

All performances are on Tuesday evenings at 7pm. Admission is free and there are no reservations. A suggested donation of $3 or more is asked of those able to contribute.

Keep up with the process of building our new work “Shifting Earth”   on NEW our YouTube Channel!  See it evolve!

“Shifting Earth”, explores sudden changes, loss, illness, experiences that create vulnerability in our lives. These sudden shifts, optimistically force us to adapt and are conveyed, kinetically, through mercurial shifts in weight and movement.

SAVE THE DATE, both works will be shown in their entirety on Jan. 20-21 at the Martha Graham Center in NYC and in Boston at Green St. Studios in Cambridge Feb. 24-25th, Free open rehearsal on Feb. 24th at 2pm.



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