I planned to write about perfecting a hat trick. But, instead, these last four hours I wrote about my artistic fantasies…my way of avoiding the work that’s in front of me to do. Sigh. How my life would have been different if I’d fallen in love with mastery instead of fantasy. But alas, I was a dreamer from the git go. For your amusement, here are my three favorite writer/ performer/ choreographer fantasies…
Tag: Moby Dick
Up coming performances
Late April will be a monologue/dance-a-logue marathon time performing for Dance-a-rama on April 27th, the Berkeley Marsh the 28th, and 20 Points of View (for the Luna Dance Institute) on April 24th where I’ll be doing two dance excerpts from The Moby Dick Diaries, a WIP monologue/dance-a-logue.
One dance is called “Thief of Beauty” , the other is called “Artis Interruptus.”
“Thief of Beauty” is about my fourth grade aesthetic obsession over a flower, actually the color of a flower, that urged me to steal… followed, naturally, by a bunch of soul-crushing torment.
“Artis Interruptus” chronicles my teenage attempts to use the Great American novel, Moby Dick, as inspiration for choreographing the Great American Dance an artistic vehicle that I hoped would take me of my hyper-religious, rural California town, Porterville.
NOTE: Some of this stuff kinda-sorta happened.
See below for more information about the Dance-a-rama performance. I’ll also perform at the Berkeley Marsh Monday the 28th. I’ll post more information (like the times!) as I learn more.
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Here is more information about Dance-a-rama.
Sunday April 27, 2014
A wonderful FREE event for Bay Area Dance Week
at Eighth Street Studio and Western Sky, in the Sawtooth Building, 2525 Eighth Street in Berkeley.
There are two full, completely different shows, at 2 p.m and at 3 p.m.,
followed by a Reception with refreshments, and informal conversation with the performers and choreographers.
Please join us for this very special event.
Here is the schedule:
2 P.M. Show
Cherie Carson– UpSwing Aerial Dance Company
Tea Dancers/Ballet de la Compasion
Ruth Botchan Dance Company
for change aerial dance collective
3 P.M. Show
Avilee Goodwin, Isadora Duncan Dances
4 P.M. Reception