Dances


DANCERS OF THE DEEP
, a performance piece simulating an underwater environment.
--premiere: Festival 2001, New York City
--VI International Dance Theatre Festival, Poland
--5th Anniversary Celebration Kannon Dance Centre, St. Petersburg, Russia
--Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival Creative Artist Residency, Lee, MA


BEING THERE
, solo, a spoof on the aging American “Mom”
--premiere: Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach
--The Playhouse, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy
--The Maureen Stapleton Theatre, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy

A Matter Of Positive Thinking
, a socialite lets loose
--premiere: Spoke The Hub, New York City

ALMOST THERE
, a solo based on a dancer's dream of freedom
--premiere: Contemporary Art Center of Virginia

BREAKING THE ENVELOPE
, with sound score from student diaries recording the conflict at Tiannamen Square and US News & Report interview with survivors in Serbia.
--premiere: Festival 2000, New York City
--Joyce SoHo Presents, Joyce SoHo, New York City
--Contemporary Art Center of Virgina, Virginia Beach
--The Playhouse, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy
--The Maureen Stapleton Theatre, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy

WHO'S THERE
reveals inner workings of a cocktail party
--premiere: Contemporary Art Center of Virginia

GREEN LIGHT!
, solo with a chorus of children, music by Gabrielle Roth.
--premiere: Benefit for the Hampton Roads Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, Old Dominion University, Norfolk

PHANTOM PAIN
, uses masks by designer, Mylene Santos, music by Paul Lansky and drummer, Chuck Fertal, playing lived
--premiere: Dance Cluster Festival, The Cunningham Studio, New York City


A TURTLE'S EYE VIEW
, created in collaboration with sculptor, Jim Clausnitzer, and painter, David Channon, text from "the media" by Marilynn Danitz; commissioned by The Alliance of New York State Arts Councils for ARTS DAY, a lobby.
--premiere: The Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY

      "...a special and important part of Arts Day. The scope of your piece was so vast,
              its message was a very important one for folks to see."
                           ...Diane Martuscello. Executive Director, Alliance of New York State Arts Councils.



Dances Multi-Media Works Full-Evening Performance
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