Tersa Fellion, Teddy Tedholm and More Set for Green Space, Feb 2014
Green Space is pleased to offer a diverse roster of new/ emerging artists in February.
Fertile Ground will present new work by various artists and Take Root will present an evening of work by Teresa Fellion and Teddy Tedholm.
TAKE ROOT, now in its 5th season, aids in the continued development and performance of new dance work of various aesthetics by providing choreographers with the opportunity to be produced in a full-length or paired evening of work. This once a month series supports dance makers by providing our venue, Green Space, with full technical and marketing support.
February 7 & 8, 2014
Tickets are available at the door or online at www.GreenSpaceStudio.org.
About the Work:
Teresa Fellion presents "The Mantises Are Flipping (P.S. I'll have whatever they're having)". This work investigates reactions to sound and explores dualities through movement. The piece adopts a voyeuristic point of view into the intimate, idiosyncratic relationships among eight individuals. Sentiments vary through a range of quirky, stylized vocabulary. Teresa Fellion's choreography is like a car engine of movement; transference of energy that is constantly remolded/shifted, and brings us to a beautiful place. -Celeste Miller, Jacob's Pillow International Dance Festival
Teddy Tedholm's 'Urban Deity' will create the traditions of a new religion that fuses simple ideas with the complications of living in the 21st century. Through explosive, meticulous movement, the audience will be immersed in a mashed-up atmosphere of new and old. Mr. Tedholm will retrofit new ideas into old molds to create something new... with a smirk. 'Urban Deity' is a new wave look at the oldest ages we know of.
Company/ Choreographer Biographies:
BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance is a contemporary performance/Dance Company that strives to capture and communicate universal human encounters through dynamic, purposeful movement. It is a multifaceted, highly physical company laced with provocative, emotional, political, and humorous edges. The company has presented work at Jazz at Lincoln Center, Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theater, Bryant Park SummerStage, Booking Dance Festival (Edinburgh, Scotland), Dixon Place, DNA, Univeristy of Maine, ICA Boston, Ashawagh Hall, The Franco American Cultural Center Theater, and Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, among others. The company has been positively reviewed by sources such as NPR, NYTheatre.com, The Skinny Magazine, World Dance Reviews, Edinburgh Spotlight, Edinburgh Festivals Magazine, Maine Sun Journal, East Hampton Press, and Earth Press. They have taught at The Ailey School, Sarah Lawrence College, NYU, Jacob's Pillow, University of Maine, DreamYard Project and Pace University, among others.