Conceived, Directed by Stephan Koplowitz

Choreography by Stephan Koplowitz created in collaboration with the Core

Company and Performers

Original Music/Sound by Justin Samaha

Costumes by Laura Coulter

 

Core Company Performers: Emily Beattie, Ruth Bronwen, Bryan Campbell,

Dana Fitchett, Amanda Hinchey, Vanessa Ok Su Jackson, Rebecca Lay,

Amelia Mitter-Burke, Marjorie Morgan, Marissa Paley, Francine Rubin, Megan Schenk, Dana Marie Vultaggio.

Performers: Gloria Benedikt, Cristin Fagone, Jacqui Guimond, Karen Krolak,

Catherine Murcek, Hannah Naiman with Janelle Gilchrist, Denise Posnak

and Renata Sheppard and Adrienne Westwood.

Rehearsal Assistant: Lily Susskind

Project Coordinator: Abbie Katz

Production Assistant: Andrea Griffen

Producer/Commissioner: Summer Stages at Concord Academy-

Richard Colton/Amy Spencer

Co-Presenter: Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

(iseea)

(2007)

SUMMER STAGES DANCE AND THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART/BOSTON

Commissioned by Summer Stages Dance at Concord Academy and co-presented with the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, (iseea) was was made in direct response to specific sites of the ICA building.

The piece was the result of three weeks of choreographic research and rehearsal, and was created to be seen as both a live/physical art installation and temporal performance event.

Beginning near the entrance of the museum and ending in front of the grandstand beneath the cantilever, the outdoor performance wrapped around the exterior of the building, responding to the design of the new ICA by intimately exploring the visual rhythms and patterns of the architecture. The work is divided into seven sections and was seen by close to 2,000 people over two days (6 performances in total).

The cast of this work was comprised of 22 Boston area dancers from approximately eight different dance companies.

Named by the Boston Globe, Ten Best Dance Works of 2007

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