Until summer, you find me in New York City, warming up with the spring. So, just call me! I will be making a series of dances, performing some of them, teaching my dog to dance, teaching myself to listen, and seeing everything worth seeing.
On March 23-34 I teach a workshop with Andros Zins-Browne at The Whole Shebang in Philadelphia. We will tackle collaboration, or co-existance, or interdependence, with a group of Phillis. Additionally, we are launching a reading group in NYC with a bunch of other over qualified and under employed masters in the art of art. Keep an eye out for this!
Second up, on April 25-26th I perform Thunderstruck at Counterpulse in San Fransisco, followed by the concert Alternating Current with musician Maria W Horn at Stanford Live on April 27. Then, I go to Seattle to perform The Woman who Lit the World at the Nordic Museum in Seattle on May 2nd. All of these works are both part of the Tesla project which seem to be a well of wonder.
Third up, I will participate at Performance Mix festival on the 6-9 June at University Settlement with an upcoming dance work which goes under the working title Make Hay While the Sun Shines. A first iteration was presented at Performance Studio Open House at Center for Performance Research on February 26th.
If you pass by NYC, I have a sofa and would love to dance with you!