the end / the beginning by cullen + them
cullen+them, founded by Hannah Cullen, is an intergenerational performing arts organization. The company's latest work “the end / the beginning” is an existential, theatrical event about fracture and possibility. An amalgam of movement, narrative, and film, the work provides multiple perspectives through which to view the disintegration of their reality. If the end of the world as we know it has already happened, is currently happening, and will happen again, might our time be better spent focusing on what we’d like to begin?
Written and Directed by Hannah Cullen
Performed and Choreographed by Hannah Cullen in collaboration with Robyn Ayers, Nadia Halim, Maggie Joy, and Matilda Mackey
June 22-24, 2023
New York Live Arts
BELLY by dishman + co.
Harnessing the power of shared bodily experiences, dishman + co. aims to build an expanding culture of care that contributes to social healing. Through deep processes of artistic translation, BELLY gradually builds a responsive, connected social space that flexibly holds and nourishes the layered voices within it.
Featuring Larissa Asebedo, Mary Lyn Graves, Tony Gonzalez, Nadia Halim, Owen Prum, and Julie Seal with original music by Okorie Johnson and live violin performance by Adrian Nicolas Ong.
March 29-31, 2023
Church of the Ascension and Dixon Place
Women in Dance Conference 2022
Women in Dance provides opportunities in accessing broader and more visible platforms, expanding the voices of artists/scholars, and strengthening the capacity and vibrancy of women in dance-making and dance-related fields. "Relay," a site-specific work by choreographer Debbie Mausner featuring Nadia Halim and Carolyn Silverman, will be presented in Midway Plaisance as part of the conference.
October 13-15, 2022
DiP Residency In-Process Showing:
How Do I Become WE by Parijat Desai
Choreographed by Parijat Desai, How Do I Become WE will be a performance and participatory ritual built around this evocative Tamil women's tale and structured by reimagined elements of the autumnal Navratri festival. Employing culturally rooted and experimental practices, with a dose of trickster play, the piece inquires into the process of reconnecting with the natural world and our inner power, releasing hurt, and activating the collective body.
June 27, 2022 at 7pm
New York, NY 10007
Center for Performance Research Open Studios: Recollections by dishman + co.
CPR Programs Manager Regine Pieters brings together an eclectic group of artists with distinct backgrounds and movement practices to share works-in-progress. Works by Elizabeth Dishman, Morgaine DeLeonardis, and Myssi Robinson will be shown, revealing complexities in art creation, performance, and community building in order to foster a greater sense of belonging.
June 23, 2022 at 7:30pm
Center for Performance Research
361 Manhattan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
Cracked Teeth by BITEdown Collective
Led by director Aundrea Anderson, BITEdown Collective presents its 2021-2022 season work, Cracked Teeth. The work is a study of the grieving process. Asking how does one grieve the loss of love through parts of self and parts of past selves? It is a study of how these emotions are planted in our body and where they ultimately take root. The work is a projection of the collective mind as it pieces itself back together.
Annie White (dance), Devon Travis (dance), Elizabeth Dashiell (dance), Kate Hurly (film), Makenna Wolff (dance), Mattie McGarey (dance), Miriam Rose (dance), Nadia Halim (dance), Nathan Wheeler (music), Sydney Chow (dance)
March 24-26, 2022
Center for Performance Research
361 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, NY