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The Tank presents The Moving Architects' "Anthology"

The Tank presents The Moving Architects' "Anthology"


The Moving Architects


The Tank
151 W. 46th Street, 8th FL
New York, New York 10036


Saturday, April 29, 2017 - 7:00pm daily through April 30, 2017



The Moving Architects

The Tank presents The Moving Architects' “Anthology”

151 W. 46th Street

New York, NY

Tickets: $15 General Admission

More Info: thetanknyc.org

In celebration of their 10th Anniversary Season, The Moving Architects presents “Anthology”, an evening of women-centric dance works choreographed by Artistic Director Erin Carlisle Norton. The compelling array of work reveals the company’s signature style of indefatigable feminine strength and precision-dependent choreography, with compelling and authentic performances by Caitlin Bailey, Maggie Beutner, Jenny Gram, Léla Groom, and Ashley Peters, with projections by multi-disciplinary artist gwen charles.

About the Artists

The Moving Architects, under Artistic Director Erin Carlisle Norton, is a female-centric dance company that channels the authentic complexity of both the current and historically lived female experience into dance works edged with charged movement and feminine strength. The resulting dance works reveal intense female performances that make connections between bodies in motion, location and space, as well as historical and physical experience. TMA has performed and taught extensively since its formation in 2007 in academic, community, and professional settings throughout the NYC-area, East Coast, Midwest, and internationally to Guatemala, Morocco, and with the U.S. Department of State to Central Asia.


Photo Credit: Rachel Neville


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