We are so honored to be presenting Trashed this May at Hamlin Park Studio Theater with NYC’s BodyStores: Teresa Fellion Dance. Trashed is choreographed by Winifred Haun and renowned Australian Circus Art, Emma Serjeant. The program will also include the critically acclaimed BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance of New York.
More program details will be released in March, but here’s the deets:
Thursday, May 3 at 7:30pm
Friday, May 4 at 7:30pm
Hamlin Park Studio Theater
3035 N. Hoyne in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood.
Tickets are $25/general admission and $16/children, ages 6 to 18. Kids 5 and under are free.
Buy tickets on-line
(Buy now… tickets are sure to go fast and this will be your last chance to see “Trashed” !)
Plenty of street parking is available.
Sunday, March 25 at 4:30pm
Hubbard St. Dance Center
1147 W. Jackson, Chicago
Featuring works-in-progress by Winifred Haun and Solomon Bowser, and other Chicago area artists. This event will also include a discussion about each artist’s dance making process and audience members will have a chance to respond, comment and give feedback on the new works.
Street parking is usually available. The Hubbard Street Dance Center is near the Racine stop on the CTA Blue Line, and the #126 Jackson St. bus stops right in front.
We are so thrilled to perform for the first time in New York City with BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance!
Performances will be:
Thursday, December 7 at 8:00pm
Friday, December 8 at 8:00pm
Saturday, December 9 at 8:00pm
Danspace Project / St. Mark’s Church in-the-Bowery,
131 East 10th Street, New York, NY 10003, at the corner of 2nd Ave. inside St. Mark’s Church?
Transit info: 6 to Astor Place; N/R to 8th Street; L to 3rd Ave?
Tickets: $22 on-line / $25 at the door
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We’re presenting Trashed, choreographed by Winifred Haun and Australian Contemporary Circus Artist, Emma Serjeant. Trashed combines Modern Dance and Contemporary Circus to tell the story of how humans have to come to clutter their lives with too much stuff, and how all that stuff keeps us from each other.