The Black Rep and the Pulitzer Arts Foundation have joined forces to bring audiences Movement in Conversation with Landscape, a two-week sequence of unique dance performances, dance film screenings, and master classes featuring leading local and national performers.
The first weekend features dance performances by The Seventh Floor Dance Collective, Brother(hood) Dance, and Nana.
This series is part of The Black Rep’s Phoenix Rising Performance Series, presented by the Whitaker Foundation, and is free and open to the public. Full schedule and details below:
June 16-18: Fri. 6-7pm followed by a reception with the artists from 7-8pm; Sat. 5-6pm; Sun. 5-6pm
The Seventh Floor Dance Collective – Founded by Heather Beal, this St. Louis based dance company is dedicated to the preservation and legacy of Dunham Technique. Performing inside in the Galleries.
Brother(hood) Dance – An interdisciplinary duo that seeks to inform its audiences on the socio-political and environmental injustices from a global perspective, bringing clarity to the same-gender-loving African-American experience in the 21st century. Performing outside throughout Park Like.
Nana – A performance ritualist, youth educator, and loquacious lover, their artistry is the lens through which they conjure Black Queer Feminist research. Nana is the Artistic Director of Healing the Black Body. Performing outside at Spring Church.
Please let us know if you require any accommodations to participate in this program. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.