Overflow, our current work-in-progress, is a hypnotic and sculptural dance reflecting oceanic currents and rising tide patterns. It features live grooves on piano and bass by composer Joshua Davis. Overflow continues our ecological series, The Human Mapping Project, using the human body as a reflective tool, modeling device, and interpreter of the natural world to explore our relationship with and impact on nature. Available for tour beginning Spring 2016.
Director Lynn Neuman was recently awarded a Marion Fellowship to further her investigations on the impact of human consumption on nature and culture. The fellowship begins at The Chautauqua Institute this August. Community dialogues and individual conversations form the basis of the research for this work, TOSS. She wants to hear your story and engage your community. Reach Out. Learn about the genesis of her work joining arts and environmentalism in this 5 minute video.
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