Stone Depot, an n artistic partnership between Ellie Goudie-Averill and Beau Hancock, returns to Philadelphia for Twos & Threes, an evening of small dances at thefidget space. They are joined by fellow dance artist, Pamela Vail, a professor at Franklin & Marshall College and founding member of performance improvisation group The Architects.
The program features new works and ongoing collaborations by the three choreographers. Goudie-Averill and Vail’s duet explores the discomforts that can come with power. Vail contributes a solo, in all its confining glory, that negotiates giving, following, and finding direction.
Goudie-Averill premieres a trio inspired by the early poetry of Alice Notley; and Goudie-Averill and Hancock share filmed and live improvisations from their Blue Road Project, featuring two 16mm films by Tori Lawrence.
Stone Depot: Twos & Threes
March 29, 2019, 7 pm
thefidget space, 1714 N Mascher St, Philadelphia, 19122
Tickets at the door (no advance tickets): $15-20 sliding scale; $10 for students and artists
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