[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] JCWK Dance Lab presents Harvest Moon

Jessica C. Warchal-King jessica at jcwkdancelab.org
Wed Sep 8 10:17:29 EDT 2021

JCWK Dance Lab presents Harvest Moon in the Fringe Fest

When: Sept 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, & 26 at 7pm
Where: Online
Tickets: pay what you can - https://fringearts.com/event/harvest-moon/
More info: https://jcwkdancelab.org/harvestmoon/

JCWK Dance Lab’s Harvest Moon is an evening-length, virtual, new music 
and dance collaboration premiering in conjunction with the astronomical 
calendar’s Harvest Moon. Over the past nine months, dancers and 
musicians employed the serendipitous and unpredictable nature of the 
internet to engage Zoom as a compositional and choreographic tool. 
Harvest Moon reflects on lunar cycles, cultural anthropology, the 
spiritual philosophy that human bodies are microcosms of the universe, 
and the Covid-19 pandemic. The project will be live-streamed over 
YouTube with audience engagement opportunities through Zoom after each 
performance. Dr. Phillip Tietbohl, from Poetry that Works, will lead an 
interactive Group Poem Creation after three performances; Dr. Nathan 
Thomas, Alvernia University Theatre Director, will moderate a 
more-traditional artist/audience talk back after three performances. 
Dance performance by Sarena Kabakoff, Kalila Kingsford Smith, and 
Jessica C. Warchal-King. Music by Jill Haley and Paul Fejko. The Reading 
Musical Foundation supported Jill Haley’s work in Harvest Moon.

JCWK Dance Lab is Warchal-King’s ongoing research project combining 
education, physical dance practice and performance. JCWK Dance Lab 
investigates the ways that dance can be a vehicle for non-violent, 
positive social change by creating Joy, Connection, and Wellness through 
Kinesthetic stories.

Jessica C. Warchal-King, Director
JCWK Dance Lab

Creating Joy, Connection, & Wellness through Kinesthetic stories

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