Performance Mix Festival: 29
Thank you for making Performance Mix: 29 a success! To all the performers, audience members, NDA Board of Directors, Advisory Board, Artist Advisory Committee, our production team, interns, volunteers, staff at HERE, our funders, individual contributors and in-kind donors: you were all instrumental in making it such a great festival!
Closing reception: Karen Bernard cuts the cake
Performance Mix Festival: 29 cake by The Cupcake Café
Guests mingling at the closing reception
Haven’t made it out to see a performance yet? There’s still time!
Check out the lineups:
Sunday, June 7th at 8:30 PM – TONIGHT!
And just added: My Erotic Body, a film by Michele Beck!
Saturday night’s show sold out, so we added a second screening of this film tonight!
Monday, June 8th at 8:30 PM
Tuesday, June 9th at 8:30 PM
Closing performance & reception
Thursday, June 4th, 8:30 PM
@ HERE, 145 6th Ave.
(Enter on Dominick, 1 Block South of Spring)
See work from:
devynn emory presents Wait for the picture, while I wait for the wave, a destruction, blending, renewal and revision of prior evening length works made by two artists. This work is an honesty of labor, an unveiling of essences, dynamics, and unknowns.
Dominique Porte presents Hors JE, in which the creator and performer is haunted by the fear of endlessly repeating of the same schemas, of rambling on gesturally. Fiery choreographer Dominique Porte re-examines her approach to creation. Between a filmed segment of some thirty experienced dancers and neophytes – and its live reinterpretation, we take a troubling plunge into her intimate world, where we find ourselves front row and center during the elaboration of both the piece and of the larger work itself.
Emilie Roberts presents Rematch. Roberts has commissioned Montreal choreographer George Stamos to create this solo exploring her roller derby persona, legs.
Malcolm Low presents Speakeasy/DEVOTION, an abstract multidisciplinary dance on the themes of faith, ritual and passion – in religion, sports, art, sex – and our devotion to all of it. With dance, video, music, text and puppetry, the work is rooted in his experience as an African American Pentecostal gay man. We will explore the parallels and contrasts of the various ecstasies experienced by these followers and believers, fans and players. Malcolm Low is happy to be collaborating with Onome Ekhe as Art Director/Dramaturg and Ben Coleman as sound designer.
Sita Frederick/Areytos Performance Works presents Otro Lado, an excerpt from their latest site-specific project Why Did the Pollo Cross the Calle?…To get to the Otro Lado, for three performers dancing in chicken-wire fences. APW has developed sections of the work at artistic residencies at Casita Maria Center for the Arts and Culture (Spring 2014) and New Dance Alliance LiftOff Creation and Business Residency (August 2014) and will be in residence this August as part of LMCC’s Process Space. Read more
Left to right: Emilie Roberts, photo by Sean Murphy; Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, photo courtesy of Kelly Strayhorn Theater; Dominque Porte/Système D, photo by Michael Abril; Erick Hawkins Dance, photo by Tony Cenicola
Get ready for the Annual Performance Mix Festival: 29 @ HERE, opening just one week from today! Now is the time to: