Noah Witke Mele's LIFE AS PERFORMANCE retrospective is a performance made of parts. It is dance, theater, poetry, and spectacle. It is about leaving, death, fear, the past, and the future. It is queer and absurd. There will be a glitter blessing.

Camille and Anna came together in their first collaboration to investigate the relationship of the moon to its shadows. Working with live performance and projection, they created a dance jungle gym to play with light, shadow, movement and sound.

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Noah Witke Mele is a queer artist/performer/writer. His works strives to blur the line between life and art. Noah has been featured at Phantom Theater, the Helen Day Art Center, Ello, and Balaclava.Q. Noah is a certified master teacher in DEEP [Death Electric Emo Protest] AEROBICS by Miguel Gutierrez. His favorite food might be chocolate cake.

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Anna is currently a senior at The University of Vermont, where she individually designed her own major in Experiential Education, with a minor in dance. Hailing originally from Washington, D.C., Anna has grown up dancing, with a focus on contemporary, modern and hip hop. Although always loving dance as a kid, it wasn't until Anna moved to Vermont where she discovered the immense power dance can have on the individual as well as the community. Presenting her own piece for the first time in UVM's Dancing Uphill, where she worked with a composer on original music, Anna is excited and eager to continue collaborating with artists of many mediums.


August 8–9, 2018




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Published July 30, 2018