Monday, April 27, 2009

Epiphany Dance Experiment Dance Series 2009 Spring/Summer

Sunday, May 17, 2009
6 pm
Simply Showing
On Sunday, May 17th EDE presents "Simply Showing", a program of new and experimental works of choreography by young and established artists, interspersed with brief artist-audience conversations. Four of the five works include live music.


Craptastic by Janet Schmid
With composer Steve Jarvis and film maker Ania Greiner, the piece expresses casual violence in sports and graceful recovery from wipe outs.

Improvisational Movement Score
by Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting
An ensemble of movers and musicians shows “scores” based on ideas of support, landscapes, and looping developed from their weekly collaborative exploration.

An Age Old Question by Melissa Simo
The piece is inspired by the power of the body/mind, and the power of imagination and fulfillment. In this piece, Melissa is exploring many questions about: age, control and lack of control, and memory in the body/mind.

Andalbeitwellhahaha by J’Sun Howard
J'Sun uses radical intuition as means to be honest and not impose things on self and/or audiences members.

Movo-ment by Green Cross-Isa Wiss (voice), Asimina Chremos (dance), Ayako Kato (dance)
The group tries the initial experiment how voice transforms to movement and how movement transforms to voice.
Each piece will be followed with quick interactive Q & A which both performers and audience members question and respond.

Addmission: $12 Suggested Donation
$10 Suggested for Students/Seniors
(Tickets are available at the door)

Epiphany Episcopal Chicago
201 S. Ashland Ave. Chicago, IL (SE corner of Ashland and Adams)
Photo (top): Janet Schmid by Julia Rae Antonick
Photo (bottom): Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting by Sarah Merkowitz

This project is supported by Epiphany Episcopal Chicago