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Alive & Well Productions + Brannigan Dance Works
Co-present an evening of collaborations
March 15-17, 2018
Alive & Well Productions + Brannigan Dance Works co-present an evening of collaborations centering on themes of shared humanity and oneness. This program showcases poets, dancers, live music and original artwork, from graffiti to life-size oil portraits.
Come see these new works! ‘Monere’ by Brannigan Dance Works,*The Portrait Project* by Alive & Well Productions, ‘eventually’ – Guest Artist Courtney Mazeika with bassist Max Judelson.
Joe Goode Performance Group, hosted by Fauxnique
March 23, 2018
Celebrate and support JGPG with a bash hosted by the fabulous Fauxnique and featuring performances by the Company and the JGPG youth education program!
Delicious food and drink await you as well as a chance to win one of our amazing raffle prizes, or sign up for our one-of-a-kind Sign Me Up! experiences like behind-the-scenes artist salons, a private tea tasting and tarot reading, and an exclusive tour of Pixar Studios.
Want even more time with Joe and the company? Get the party started even earlier!
If you want the inside scoop on Joe’s newest project, Still Standing, join us for hors d’oeuvres and a live performance by collaborator and singer songwriter phenom Lila Blue at NOHspace (just around the corner from the Annex!). We cant wait to see you there!
Friday, March 23rd, 2018
6:00 – 7:00 pm Pre-Party Concert with Lila Blue, NOHspace
7:00-10:00 pm Fundraiser Bash, Joe Goode Annex
The Feedback Showing 2018
One show only! April 28, 8pm
Presented by the Joe Goode Performance Group, The Feedback Showing is about putting pencil to paper and offering up impressions, thoughts and questions about the dance moment just experienced. 5 Feedback Artists have created something deeply important to them, and The Feedback audience plays a crucial role in receiving & responding to their new works. 2018 Artists: Afia Thompson, Alyssandra Wu, Joe Landini, Julie Crothers, and Z Griss.
Its about listening to others and discovering new voices in the conversation.
Its about supporting the local dance theater community toward broad investigation and deep feeling.
5 local choreographers were awarded; a modest stipend of hours to rehearse at the Joe Goode Annex, an invitation to a seminar-style workshop day with all of the program participants, Joe Goode and company members, and the final opportunity to present 5 to 7 minutes of choreography at The Feedback Showing.
During The Feedback Showing the audience is afforded a brief pause between works and the materials to write a short feedback note. All the notes are collected and each choreographer takes that feedback home with them.
Come exercise your dance-watching brain and support of innovative choreography!