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Triskelion Arts Presents Donnell Oakley Makes Dances

Triskelion Arts Presents Donnell Oakley Makes Dances


Triskelion Arts Presents Donnell Oakley Makes Dances


Triskelion Arts' Muriel Schulman Theater
106 Calyer Street
Brooklyn, NY 11222


Thursday, April 4, 2019 - 8:00pm
Friday, April 5, 2019 - 8:00pm



Triskelion Arts Presents Donnell Oakley Makes Dances

Donnell Oakley...presents her solo, Being Magnificent. Being Marginal, as well as a trio, Epoquetude, unfolding from the solo. The works evolve from a feeling of one to many; from a hyper self-conscious individual to our connection to each other and the more significant and everlasting wilderness around us. 


Donnell Oakley is an independent choreographer, dancer and teacher based in Brooklyn, New York since 2001. She makes dances and has had her work produced through Movement Research, the 92nd Street Y, the West End Theatre, Triskelion Arts, the Joyce SoHo, Dance Now NYC and Boston, Dance New Amsterdam, Gibney Dance Center, Dixon Place, The Yard, Gowanus Art + Production, Jacob’s Pillow, the American Dance Festival, the Ringling International Arts Festival and was the recipient of the Bessie Schönberg Choreographic Mentorship Residency at The Yard in 2013. Donnell has received additional artistic support through residencies at the Silo, The Lumberyard, and SUNY Brockport. She has been fortunate enough to work and collaborate with the extraordinary likes of Xan Burley, Carolyn Cryer, Emily Diers, Courtney Drasner, Deborah Lohse, Cori Marquis, Josh Palmer, Jordan Risdon, Alex Springer, and Ari Weinstein. Donnell has also had the pleasure of working with designers and composers such as Paul Moffit, ScottNelson, Mandy Ringger, and Matt Stine.



106 Calyer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222 || Enter on Banker Street 

$18 in advance / $22 at the door

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