THE CARRIAGE HOUSE STAGE
7 DUNCAN AVENUE
June 7 & 8 and 15 & 16
Thanks to Everett Dance Theatre for
providing this information.
THE CARRIAGE HOUSE STAGE PRESENTS|
EVERETT 4 - PAULA 1
Angel On My Shoulder - Aaron Jungels, a founding member of Everett Dance Theatre, presents a duet utilizing a giant pulley apparatus which allows the dancers to create mesmerizing, gravity defying-movements. Full of fluid floating lifts and intricate partnering, the piece provokes a strong
visceral and emotional response. Performed with live music for cello and
accordion composed by Alec Redfearn.|
Aaron brings a variety of design, movement and teaching skills to his work. A state-wide wrestling champion in high school, Aaron went on to study fashion, theater, film and sculpture. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design and Trinity Rep Conservatory, and eventually discovered in dance a way of integrating his interests in kinetic arts and performance. Beyond creating many of the innovative props and set pieces used by Everett, Aaron's skills as a designer and builder were utilized to manage the renovation of an old carriage house into the company's own studio theater, which opened in September 1994.
OUT of my MIND - Everett Dance Theatre member Marvin Novogrodski and Doug Vogel, hypno-therapist, combine therapy and theatre exploring life's struggles, the trappings of the mind and the methods used for personal growth.
With Marvin's actual therapist (Doug) on board, the audience gets to observe hypnosis in action. Scripted scenes are played out directly from therapy sessions. Don't look for any couch here, the performers are on their feet mixing in circus arts, magic, an oversized family photo album, the voice of astrologer, June Finan and a little song and dance. OUT of my MIND will surprise and enlighten, inspire and entertain.
Bout Wha - Everett Dance Theatre member Bravell Smith presents a
multi-media work in progress that explores issues of family, addiction,
vulnerability and breaking self-destructive cycles.|
Aside from his work with Everett, Smith has performed with other organizations including The Providence Black Repertory Company, A Rhode Island Legacy Series. He has appeared with Everett in the full-length evening performances, A Body of Work and Somewhere in the Dream. Bravell also enjoys creating educational pieces such as Written in the Air, a piece that focuses on conflict resolution for young people and Fighting to Be American: A Civil War, a piece that address equality and social concerns during the 1800s.
Losing Track - Paula Hunter examinines the un/ease of losing and getting lost.
Paula Hunter bridges the gap between pure choreography and performance art as her hilarious solos seamlessly blend words and movement. She has taught dance at many schools including performance art at Rhode Island School of Design and dance at Hope High School in Providence where she was the 2001 Artist in Residence. She is currently teaching a course in the history of performance art at Brown as well as directing her own dance studio, The East Side Ballet Studio.
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