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Chez Bushwick 2Night Show: Artists in Residence
CPR - Center for Performance Research
Brooklyn, NY
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Chez Bushwick 2Night Show: Artists in Residence
Leslie Cuyjet: A Salient Theme
A Salient Theme aims to document life-long questions of identity, confuse and disrupt conventional narratives, and demonstrate the angsty, explosive, sensitive, pioneering excellence of the black woman.

performed by Leslie Cuyjet with Jessica Pretty

Lorene Bouboushian: extent of explosive lament
A somatic process of extricating my cultural conditioning and experience through voice, movement, and being-in-extremis. I confront my whiteness and my Armenian/Lebanese heritage, working class background and elite college education, kale salads and food stamps. I activate my body as an ever-liminal, ever-contentious site: I am the crier of doom and the insulated princess.  

Im putting my post-colonial, transnational, low-fat whiteness on sale.

Everything is thrown into relief, via a praxis that collaborates with the entire performance situation, sliding between our meta-political selves.

I seek a destabilizing exhumation of my power, my trauma.

performed and created by Lorene Bouboushian
image credit: Farrington Llewellyn

Nora Stephens: Untitled Together
Part social experiment and part dance musical, Untitled Together brings four New York strangers together to investigate and create in the wake of the 2016 election. Experimenting within improvisational singing, writing and movement structures we reflect on fears, anxieties and ultimately investigate systems to better communicate, create and move forward collectively and as individuals.  

created by Nora Stephens in collaboration with Cecilie Beck Morris, Naomi Elena Ramirez and Eli Tamondong
image credit: Scott Shaw

stormy budwig
We are making a migration. The performance relies on layers of situations that overlap and contradict; on synchronicities that are staged and unstaged; on togetherness and solitude; on invisible landmarks; on action that oscillates between precarious and bold. Where are they going, and why did they make moves to leave?


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


Arts > Dance
Arts > Performance

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No


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