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New Releases Choreographer's Showcase at Dance Place

New Releases Choreographer's Showcase at Dance Place


Dance Place


Dance Place
3225 8th St NE
Washington, DC 20017


Saturday, June 18, 2016 - 8:00pm



Dance Place

Dance Place’s annually curated showcase features some of the best new works by established and emerging choreographers.

This year’s performance features work by:

In I’s and No’s, Sarah Greenbaum interrogates one’s relationship to self and the performativity of the mundane.

KYOKO demonstrates the unnecessary obstacles women face from birth in our patriarchal society in Girl on Girl (Part 1).

null, choreographed by Christina O’Brien with John Paul Ouyang, explores consent in the human search for freedom and love.

In Page 115, a collaborative work by Matina Phillips & Eleni Grove, a narrator guides dancers through a myriad of experiences, unpacking an iconic passage from A Time to Kill by John Grisham.

[Sink]ing by Briana Stuart is a floorwork exploration based on the internal struggle of loneliness.

Roxann Morgan Rowley investigates blinking, the eye and the shades of what we see in Blink.

An excerpt from Dancing Buddhas: The Three Jewels, “Jewel #3” by Joseph Webb follows the dance-theater journey of a shaman who receives a series of visions in his dreams that help him heal himself and his community.

2015 New Releases Commissionee, Chelsea Brown, presents Glass in honor of pioneering feminists and all female role models.


$30 Admission At the Door
$25 Admission (Advance Sales only)*
$20 Dance Place Members, Seniors (55+), Artists (Advance Sales only)*
$15 College Students and Children (17 & under)

*Advance Sales end 4 hours prior to performance start time.


[Photo by Jonathan Hsu]

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