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CPR - Center for Performance Research
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Center for Performance Research will host Bessie award-winning performer Gwen Welliver's, Glen, Girl, Gallery, a new dance work. Performances will take place Thursday through Saturday, March 31  April 2 at 8: 00 P.M at Center for Performance Research (361 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY). Tickets are $15.

Through a dance involving four performers and large-scale "drawings," real and imagined, this work focuses on how we translate ideas, images, and narratives from one form or medium into another. Investigation flows both ways: how drawings catalyze or transform movement and, conversely, how choreographed group movements "become" drawing. The work is not abstract per se; instead, it explores abstraction as an action, a process, and a presence.

Collaborators include: Kayvon Pourazar, Stuart Singer, Julia Burrer, Jake Meginsky, John Torres and Reid Bartelme.

About Gwen Welliver

Gwen Welliver is a dancer, teacher and choreographer who has been based in New York City since 1990. Her most recent works were shown at Dance Theater Workshop, 92street Y Harkness Dance Festival, Bennington College and Movement Research at the Judson Church.

Welliver's movement research and teaching practice has developed over twenty-seven years of work with an extraordinarily wide range of choreographers. Welliver performed with Doug Varone and Dancers ('90-'00), received a 'Bessie' for Sustained  Achievement ('00), and subsequently served as the Rehearsal Director for the Trisha Brown Dance Company ('00-'07). With TBC she directed stagings of Brown's seminal early works, an extensive repertory,and Brown's choreography for opera. Prior to working in New York City, Welliver performed in Philadelphia with ZeroMoving Dance Company ('88-'90), under the direction of Helmut Gottschild who was once an assistant to German dancer and choreographer Mary Wigman. Welliver has also performed in works and projects by Dana Reitz, Ohad Naharin, Douglas Dunn, and Jeff Duncan, among many others.


CPR - Center for Performance Research
361 Manhattan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
United States


Arts > Dance
Arts > Theatre

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