ON DISPLAY Burlington - performance

ON DISPLAY is a sculpture court where the performers are the sculptures. It uses stillness and simple, self-selected motion to make a space in which both performers and audience members can see and be seen. Can you choose how you are seen? Or how you see? What does that feel like?

ON DISPLAY events are being presented worldwide for the United Nation's Day for Persons with Disabilities, under the direction of Heidi Latsky Dance. The site director for Burlington is Toby MacNutt.

More about On Display: http://heidilatskydance.com/on-display/
More about Heidi Latsky Dance: http://heidilatskydance.com/

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I'm interested in: what defines a body? How do our bodies relate us - to each other, the world? My training and experience includes a wide breadth of contemporary, improvisational, and adaptive styles, with a childhood foundation in ballet, jazz, and modern dance. I have studied with integrated companies such as AXIS Dance, Stopgap, Candoco, as well as individual teachers, choreographers, and experienced performance mentors. My performance history ranges from yoga studios in small Vermont towns to Danspace St Mark's in New York City to festivals in the UK and Germany. I am available to teach - dance topics, adaptive strategies, and more; to perform; or to engage in the creation of new work.


December 3, 2017
1:00–2:00 PM





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Published November 10, 2017