CARRIAGE HOUSE STAGE
PERFORMANCE SERIES 2003
7 Duncan Ave
Everett Dance Website
RAMON DE LOS REYES|
Friday & Saturday, March 21 (Sold Out) & 22 (Sold Out) - 8:00pm - $15
Ramon de los Reyes is joined by his sons Isaac and Nino and five musicians direct from Madrid for a fiery flamenco performance. This Boston/Madrid troupe has performed all over Europe, North, Central and South America. Hailed as a new dynasty in flamenco, the company performs with passion that Dance Magazine calls, "so explosive that the stage seems to melt beneath the dancers' feet."
Flamenco Master Class
Saturday, March 22 - 2:00 pm
Experience Ramon de los Reyes dancers and musicians on your feet! Teens and adults. Register ahead at 831-9479. Space is limited. $10 before March 14. $15 late registration.
IMPROV JONES & EVERETT
March 29 (Sold Out) & 30 (Sold Out) - $5
Saturday 8:00 pm/Sunday 7:00 pm
Improv Jones and Everett Dance Theatre join forces again for another remix of dance and comedy improvisation. An evening of improv games, long-form improv and movement with musician Alec Redfearn joining the antics.
Jazzzing The Crossroads
Saturday, April 26, 8pm - $10.00
Jazzzing the Crossroads is a praise song of music, dance, and word, reconnecting siblings of the African Diaspora: Haiti, Brasil, Cuba, and the U.S. The rhythms of Haitian Vodou, Brazilian Candomble, Cuban Santeria, and African American Jazz carry roots of contemporary family realities. Kalfou is Brown University's Afro-Latin Jazz Ensemble and features dance by Lynnette Freeman and Isabelle Kalubi, spoken word by Daveed Diggs and Jana Willinger.
Sunday, May 18 11:00 - 4:00
Learn and utilize many of the tools of NLP. Workshop at Carriage House. Fee $50. Registration required, 831-9479.
MARVIN NOVOGRODSKI and
Out of My Mind
Friday & Saturday, May 2, 3, 9 & 10 - 8:00 pm - $15
Marvin Novogrodski, actor, comedian and magician, and his hypnosis-therapist Doug Vogel return with the full-length version of Out of My Mind. Providence Phoenix critic Johnette Rodriguez writes, "Novogrodski's manner is so understated and deadpan that he's absolutely hilarious." With Doug's guidance, Marvin maneuvers through childhood, family crisis and self-imposed relationship hell to a sense of clarification and emotional triumph.
Friday & Saturday May 16, 17, 23 & 24 - 8:00 pm - $10|
Featuring Providence artists Paula Hunter, Aaron Jungels, Ana Monteiro, Eddie Silvestre, and Bravell Gracia Smith in their newest works. Paula Hunter's A Diluted Experience is a series of choreographed short stories centered around a young girl's encounter with men who accost her. Aaron Jungels's multimedia performance piece, Silas, attempts to enter the world of a young boy with autism. Ana Monteiro showcases original music in Songs from the Melting Pot. Eddie Silvestre explores growing up between cultures in Translating for My Father. Bravell Gracia Smith's What Remains, a tribute to his father, explores how race, class and location influence who a person ultimately becomes.
|ALEC K. REDFEARN|
And Musical Guests
Saturday, May 31 - 8:00 pm - $7
Composer, songwriter, free improviser and accordionist Alec Redfearn with the Eyesores, Fernknight and the Naysayers from New York City.
Flamenco Dance Theater
Saturday, June 7 - 8:00 pm - $15 Ines Arrubla brings to the United Sates her unique style of flamenco interpretation, honed in Europe where she taught, performed and choreographed for 15 years. Solidly rooted in Andalusian tradition, Ms. Arrubla ingeniously borrows from latin, jazz and modern to create a rich and accessible rendition of the age-old form. Ms. Arrubla is accompanied by live music with master flamenco musicians.
Flamenco Master Class
Saturday, June 7 - 2:00 pm
Register ahead at 831-9479. Space is limited. $10/$15 late registration.
THE SMITH BROTHERS & EVERETT
Cryin' on the Shoulder of the Road
Friday & Saturday, June 13, 14, 20 & 21 - 8:00 pm - $10
Singer/songwriters Chris and Dave Smith come to the Carriage House via the 3rd Street Promenade of Santa Monica, California. Their collaboration with Everett is a mix of sounds, visuals and movement that ask, re ask, and ask once more, "Where is home?" Is it a spot on the map, my father's house, my van, the shoulder I cry on? The Smith Brothers and Everett members share ideas of home through heartfelt songs, dazzling guitar work, explorative short films and scenes, and vigorous original dance.
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