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Rehearsal 2

This post is part of a longer series documenting the process of creating a lecture demonstration entitled “Movement moves: translating dance” which will be presented at the CORD/SDHS joint conference at The Ohio State University in October, 2017. You can view other posts from this series here.  In our second rehearsal, Charles and I started […]

Contracts & agreements in our first rehearsal

This post is part of a longer series documenting the process of creating a lecture demonstration entitled “Movement moves: translating dance” which will be presented at the CORD/SDHS joint conference at The Ohio State University in October, 2017. You can view other posts from this series here.  During our first rehearsal, Charles and I came […]

“Virginia” rehearsal

I’m working on a solo called Virginia that will appear in the Winter Concert in the Department of Dance at The Ohio State University in February. The work developed out of a series of assignments in my graduate composition course this fall, beginning with Susan Petry’s “density” study assignment. Susan Rethorst, a visiting artist in […]

“Endings” and a few rambling side notes

We did a lot on July 9. This actually isn’t even all of it! But, what I’m showing in the video is some more development of the chair material created by Emma and Joda, Joda’s solo in front of chairs scooting backwards (they make a great sound), and Rachel’s solo against a partial mirror by […]

Embrace the cliche

This evening I met with dancers Shannon Drake, Josh Hines, Rachel Merry and Savannah Weatherington to start work on…something. I’ve decided not to call it a dance just yet, but more a period of exploring some ways of generating text. Since I can remember, I’ve always made up stories for myself. As a child falling […]

Rehearsal to the max

This semester, I’m working on three different performances pieces: 1. A duet with Daniel Diller and Kat Sauma 2. A solo with Abby Carlozzo 3. A solo for myself I’ve never worked on three choreographic performance projects of my own at once, but I’m pushing myself to do it this semester to: find distinctions among […]