In Studio Performance Series
SCD is proud to present our In Studio Performance Series - which has been designed to serve as an incubation platform for dance makers at varying stages in their career and creative processes. Conceived by SCD Artistic Director, Leymis Bolaños Wilmott, this series will offer a rare experience for choreographers and the Sarasota community to be a part of works in their birthing stages, as well as a unique platform for more seasoned dance makers to present new and exciting work in an intimate setting. We hope to see you at the studio!
Location: SCD Home Studio
1400 Blvd of the Arts, Ste 300
Sarasota, FL 34236
Kristin O’Neal and Greg Catellier
Nostalgia for a Future Past (2016)
June 14 @ 7:00pm
June 15 @ 7:00pm
A sneak peek into the diligent rehearsal of two contemporary vaudevillians for a performance never to be presented…“Nostalgia” was created with support by CORE for Edge in Unexpected Spaces 2016.
Catellier and O’Neal have been creating, performing and teaching together in Atlanta since 2011. They have performed their distinctive, sometimes whacky work in Atlanta, the Bates Dance Festival and the Florida Dance Festival.
Maria Bauman- (re)Source
July 19 @ 7:00pm
July 20 @ 2:00pm
(re)Source, an investigation-in-process is an evening-length live danced and spoken artwork performed inside an audience-co-created installation which Bauman-Morales designed with scenic assistance from interdisciplinary artist Nontsikelelo Mutiti. Dance and choreography charge the space and are interwoven with original text, and strong visual design. In addition to solo improvised dancing and monologue within a score, the work includes live soundscape mixing and composition from original recorded scores which were created for (re)Source, an investigation-in-process by voodoo-electronica music artist Val Jeanty and by sound healer Shea Rose. Bauman-Morales dances through, with, in, and in spite of the visual, sonic and human landscapes which house (re)Source, an investigation-in-process. Within the work, she employs some of her families' history as a complex microcosm of race relations in the United States, digging in to the process of other-ing, being other-ed, and reclaiming radical connection.