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Miguel Gutierrez talks about "Age & Beauty Part 1" with CULT Montreal in advance of his Canadian premiere as part of the Festival TransAmériques at the Théâtre Prospero
Congratulations to The University of Akron and DANCECleveland, recent recipients of Knight Foundation funds to start a National Center for Choreography on the Akron campus
Deborah Jowitt calls Emily Johnson's recent New York premiere of SHORE "mysteriously beautiful" in Arts Journal.
Broadway World says Emily Johnson "masterfully, and transcendently" engages the audience with her multidisciplinary storytelling arts during her New York premiere of SHORE
Emily Johnson's New York premiere of SHORE is reviewed by The New York Times
Emily Johnson's SHORE profiled in HuffPost's Arts & Culture section
Returning Choreographic Fellow David Neumann's "I Understand Everything Better" is reviewed by The New York Times who calls the work "deftly strange and confident"
Emily Johnson talks with Culturebot about the week of events that comprise the New York premiere of SHORE
Returning Choreographic Fellow David Neumann talks with The New Yorker in anticipation of his New York premiere, April 15-25, of "I Understand Everything Better."
Congratulations to MANCC artists Nora Chipaumire and Ann Carlson and all of the recipients of the Doris Duke Performing Artist Awards in 2015
Ann Carlson, Nora Chipaumire
Reggie Wilson's presentation of "Moses(es)" reviewed by The Harvard Crimson
Hatchery Project Artist Reggie Wilson talks to the Boston Globe about Zora Neale Hurston, Moses and Fractal Symmetry in anticipation of the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art’s presentation of Moses(es),” March 27-29
David Neumann premieres "I understand everything better..." at American Dance Institute March 27-28
Broadway World previews Emily Johnson's SHORE and calls the work an "expansive installation"
Tere O'Connor's BLEED called a "Movement Manifesto" by Minneapolis' Star Tribune in it's review of the work performed at the Walker Art Center, March 19th.
DD Dorvillier premieres "Extra Shapes" March 20th at the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center in Troy, NY.
Returning Choreographic Fellow Miguel Gutierrez talks with SFGate in anticipation of his San Francisco performance of “Age & Beauty Part 1: Mid-Career Artist/Suicide Note or &:-/,” March 6-8.
Choreographic Fellow Kate Weare's retrospective at BAM Fisher reviewed by The New York Times. The performance includes "River of Sighs," which Weare developed at MANCC in 2007.
Emily Johnson hosts the New York premiere of SHORE, a multi-day performance installation of four equal parts, including the performance iteration at New York Live Arts April 23-25
Choreographic Fellow Kyle Abraham's Pavement called "a movement piece that traverses its territory with enormous energy and great emotional nuance" by SFGate.
portrait of myself as my f-a-t-h-e-r
Alec Mullins Hall, Africa
Alan Smithee Directed This Play
Doris Duke Theatre, (MA)
Big Dance Theater
Oberlin Dance Collective, (CA)
Church (OTRO TEATRO: An Epilogue)
Gibney Dance Center's Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center, (NY)
portrait of myself as my f-a-t-h-e-r
Alexander Kasser Theater, (NJ)
FSU dance students work with Chipaumire in development of portrait of myself as my father
Entrypoints, Nora Chipaumire
FSU School of Dance Master's student participates in choreographic laboratory
axis dance company
MANCC Research and Administrative Intern reflects on working alongside Ralph Lemon
FSU scholars discuss Baroque period and court dance with Yanira Castro
Pape Ibrahima Ndiaye and Nora Chipaumire in residence for portrait of myself as my father at MANCC in 2015. Photo by Chris Cameron.
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