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BODYTRAFFIC

BODYTRAFFIC

FEB 19 | Cobb Great Hall

This performance is sponsored by

MSUFCU

Program

The Company

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Tina Finkelman Berkett

ASSOCIATE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Guzmán Rosado

COMPANY MEMBERS

  • Katie Garcia
  • Alana Jones
  • Pedro Garcia
  • Tiare Keeno
  • Tyeri Morrison
  • Joan Rodriguez
  • Guzmán Rosado
  • Jordyn Santiago

GENERAL MANAGER
Callen Gosselin

DANCE CAPTAIN
Tiare Keeno

PRODUCTION MANAGER
Michael Jarett

Performances

Run time is approximately one hour, with no intermission.


A Million Voices

CHOREOGRAPHY: Matthew Neenan

MUSIC: Performed by Peggy Lee; composed by Robert Sour & Una Mae Carlisle, Johnny Mercer & Harold Arlen, C. Farrow, Irving Berlin, Mike Stoller & Jerry Leiber, Adrian Zing & Benny Goodman, Arthur Hamilton

LIGHTING DESIGN: Burke Wilmore

COSTUMES: BODYTRAFFIC

PERFORMERS: Katie Garcia, Alana Jones, Tiare Keeno, Tyeri Morrison, Joan Rodriguez, Guzmán Rosado

PREMIERE: The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Beverly Hills, California, 2018

A Million Voices is inspired by the great music of Peggy Lee. Lee’s music, in response to the political climate of her time, reminds us that even during dark times, life is worth enjoying.

This work was made possible in part by Made in Wickenburg Residency Program at Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts with funding from the RH Johnson Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Wellik Foundation, WESTAF, and Benner-Nawman.


PAUSE


Recurrence

CHOREOGRAPHY: Ethan Colangelo

MUSIC: Vincent Royer

ORIGINAL MUSIC and SOUND EDITING: Travis Lake

TEXT: Written and spoken by Jayme Lawson

LIGHTING DESIGN: Michael Jarett

COSTUMES: Kristina Marie Garnett - KAART KAART GALLERY

PERFORMERS: Tiare Keeno, Pedro Garcia

VIRTUAL PREMIERE: Copenhagen International Choreography Competition, July 2021

Recurrence won three prizes at the Copenhagen International Choreography Competition including the Audience Choice Award. BODYTRAFFIC is presenting a shortened version of the original work.


PAUSE


SNAP

CHOREOGRAPHY: Micaela Taylor

LIGHTING DESIGN: Burke Wilmore

COSTUME DESIGN: Kristina Garnett

MUSIC: James Brown

ORIGINAL MUSIC and SOUND EDITION: SHOCKEY

PERFORMERS: Katie Garcia, Tiare Keeno, Tyeri Morrison, Joan Rodriguez, Guzmán Rosado

PREMIERE: The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Beverly Hills, California, 2019

SNAP was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts' National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

General Operating Support was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project with funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

SNAP was made possible with lead support by:
Renae Williams Niles & Greg Niles, Allen and Anita Kohl Charitable Foundation, Norris and Debra Bishton Foundation, Pat & Carol Kinsella, and Catharine & Jeffrey Soros.

SNAP’s costumes were generously underwritten by Harold I. Huttas & Scott A. McPhail in honor of Renae Williams Niles’ birthday.

NEFA


Bios

BOARD of DIRECTORS
Kate Beyda
Paul Lester
Rachel Webber
Lesley Wolman

ADVISORY BOARD
Jamie Bishton
Glenn Edgerton
Dale Franzen
Jane Jelenko
Glorya Kaufman
Elizabeth Levitt Hirsch
Nigel Lythgoe OBE
E. Randol Schoenberg
Chad Smith
Renae Williams Niles


REPRESENTATION
Margaret Selby
President, Selby/Artists Mgmt
(212) 382-3260 | mselby@selbyartistsmgmt.com


This performance is sponsored by MSU Federal Credit Union.

This performance is made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts' National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.


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