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Ursula Eagly

Dream Body Body Building choreographs lucid dreamwork, automatic movement, breath and other territories in which the unconscious touches the conscious. It physically feels good to watch, a sensitive sensory nuanced and gentle unexpected adventure.
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Stacy Grossfield

Stacy Grossfield’s new dance/theater work is a blunt, graphic, macabre and vulnerable dissection of female pain, both physical and spiritual; centering the female body as a site for personal and artistic rebirth.
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Donna Uchizono

Donna Uchizono, alongside artists Joanna Kotze, Antonio Ramos, and Jordan Lloyd, will offer a series of dance dedications exploring the body’s expansive capacity to listen. Grounded in the question—"if you were to dedicate a dance to a person, who would that be?"—the dancers invite the audience to talk about someone they would like to dedicate a dance to in a mutually vulnerable exchange, anchored by the weight of trust and intimacy.
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Leslie Cuyjet

For All Your Life is a performance event and social experiment that investigates the value of Black life and Black death. The performance includes live performance and video that exhibit abstracted growth charts, the history and mechanism of life insurance, to offer a complication between proprietorship and legacy.
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Heather Kravas

Pouffy piles, wobbly stacks, loops, lists, gerunds, slaps, slips, crashes, splits, sobs, bad mother fuckers and shitty mommies.* Take that, and that, and that, and that, and that. “There is no such thing as repetition," Gertrude Stein says. overly merry is a gift made for Mary Overlie from this shore to the other. It asks her, “did you mean this?”
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Mother’s Day Open House and Block Party

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Alex Romania

Face Eaters is part experimental documentary, part video poem, part Total Theater Mess, part danceography, and part operatic funeral film set; dwelling in the zeitgeist of never as an ineffable absurdity of "autobiography".
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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.
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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.