Bodies in Motion

I am thrilled to be a part of the Bodies in Motion Festival taking place all of January at 33 Hawley St. in Northampton. I will be an artist in residence making new work during the week of Jan 14-20. Come see the work in progress alongside new work by visiting artist Doug Lecours Sunday, Jan 20 at 5PM.

*The BIM festival is a project of SCDT and APE @ Hawley.

Tilt: A Queer CI Lab and Jam

I'm working with Natasha Brooks-Sperduti and Beu Tornaghi to develop a queer-centered Contact Improvisation lab and jam that will take place at Earthdance in May. Excited to be a part of complicating and caring for this form in this way.  

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tiny huge worlds

Just finished a semester of teaching Int/Adv Contemporary Technique and Repertory at Marlboro College. Marlboro's classes are small and personal—so it was a bit like having a company residency. Over 16 weeks, we improvised, theorized, bounced, expanded, stretched, spiraled, worked the relationship between gravity and center, the insides of our bodies and external space, and dove into the process of making with one another. The result will be up on the internet soon. For now this picture… 

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New Classes

Movement practices for riverside dwellers

Fridays 6 – 7:30, Studio Firenze
140 Pine St, studio 14 (2nd Floor) 

This class is for moving through space, connecting with the whole body, finding more curiosity in our dancing, invigorating ourselves during the deep winter, and cultivating joy in the body even when times are tough. This class will move between different states and rhythms, develop coordination and musicality, and produce sweat, stretch, and shine. This class aims to be body-positive, queer-centric, and accessible to people with different levels of dance experience. 

6-class series (drop-ins are welcome)
Friday, Feb 3
Friday, Feb 10
Friday, Feb 17
Friday, March 3
Friday, March 10
Friday, March 17 (head to see Raja Feather Kelley at SCDT after)

Cost $10 – 15, sliding scale
If you need to pay less, you are still very welcome!
For questions or to RSVP: