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Summer Winds at The Rover

Summer Winds at The Rover


Tribe of Human


The Rover Soho, 41 Wooster Street, 2nd floor, New York


Saturday, September 25, 2010 - 7:00pm
Sunday, September 26, 2010 - 7:00pm



Tribe of Human

 "Summer Winds" at The Rover

September 25-26
The Rover Presents “Summer Winds”
Works by Kelley Donovan, Jessica Taylor, Diane Tomasi, and Rani Welch

(Saturday and Sunday at 7pm. This show is kid friendly..)

‘Summer Winds’ is a dance event, curated and produced by Rani Welch, founder and Art Director of The Rover Soho. Premiering at the same venue, ‘Summer Winds’ will run Saturday, September 25, and Sunday, September 26, 7pm, at 41 Wooster Street, Floor 2, New York. Tickets are 5 and can be purchased at the door (cash only) or for reservations visit 


“Summer Winds” begins outside on the cobblestones of old Wooster with site specific work by Jessica Taylor accompanied by live Bass from Dane Markle-Klapp. From there the show trickles inside and out onto The Rover rooftop for ‘The World of Else’ with choreography and video installation created by Diane Tomasi. At the main stage, are Kelley Donovan and Dancers with ‘Age of Unraveling’, Jessica Taylor with ‘Momentum’, and Rani Welch/Tribe of Human with an excerpt from ‘Light The Branches‘, a collaborative effort between Welch and www.thebatteriesduo.com.

To see a bit of the process between Tribe of Human and The Batteries...check out the link below


Outside out-of-the-box. Rooftop ordinary to fantastical. Lush, dynamic and polished indoors. A breath of fresh air and four on-the-verge female choreographers. At the end of a long hot season, we bring to you….‘Summer Winds’.

For more information about what we do at The Rover, please visit the site:


Pictured: Nasim Haroun Mahdavi
Photo by Ariana Natale 

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