Alex Romania

Described by creator Alex Romania as a “Total Theater Mess”, Face Eaters is the the third evening length piece in the ‘Whoops!’ saga following KLUTZ (2018, Abrons Arts Center) and junkhead (2019, Brooklyn Studios for Dance). An autobiographical dance theater work, Face Eaters mines feelings of apocalyptic grief in the wake of the loss of a brother and collaborator; reflecting on states of depression, sickness, political and environmental insanity, and suicide.

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Angie Pittman

Black Life Chord Changes uses dance, text, and sound to illuminate a nuanced and experimental portrayal of Black dance, drawing from traditions of liturgical dancing, Soul line dancing, Umfundalai, and post-modern improvisation.

jess pretty

call and response is personal and archival; calling on me to turn towards my own story, lineage and memory as the site of choreographic creation. in looking to/for myself, i gather an archive to provide proof of life for future generations instead of the constant images of black death we have experienced time and times again.