Hole Dance Films and Dancers’ Workshop celebrate new collaboration Jan. 14 in Jackson
Uncategorized | December 27, 2011
Hole Dance Films will now be a part of Dancers’ Workshop
and will strive to incorporate technology, media and dance film throughout Dancers’ Workshop’s programming.
To celebrate this collaboration, Hole Dance Films and Dancers’ Workshop will stage a performance and fund-raiser on Saturday, Jan. 14, 7-9 p.m., in Dancers’ Workshop Studio No. 1 at the Center for the Arts in Jackson
Tickets are $10 and are available at Dancers’ Workshop, which is located in the Center for the Arts, 240 S. Glenwood, or at the door.
$50 for VIP tickets – includes front row seating, champagne and a red carpet photo! FMI: 307.733.6398
This evening will consist of a performance of Elusive Stranger
, performed by Erin Roy and Kate Kosharek which was well received at Spoke the Hub Theater in Brooklyn, N.Y.
, last March. This piece utilizes film and live dance together to tell its mysterious story. Other HDF films will be screened throughout the evening, including Dream on Vine St
, a film recently completed that involves over 20 Jackson locals including Ben Roth, Lawrence Bennett, Margaret Rose Breffielh, Sarah Konrad, Karen Forss Hogan and many more!
Artistically directed by Carrie Noel Richer and Kate W. Kosharek, Hole Dance Films is a unique production company with extensive experience in alternative filmmaking, narrative story telling, site-specific dance and cutting edge choreography.