BEAU HANCOCK SHOWING NEW WORK AT THE STOCKTON UNIVERSTITY DANCE COMPANY SPRING CONCERT: March 4-6, 2021, Galloway (NJ)
Stockton Dance Company Performance
Spring Dance Concert
March 4 - 6, 2021
The Spring Dance Concert highlights the gifted artists of the Stockton Dance community, presenting dances from notable choreographers that challenge these maturing performers. Choreographers Rain Ross, Caitlin Quinn Pittenger, Beau Hancock, Chandra Moss-Thorne, and Kat Richter create an eclectic, imaginative evening that dependably delights. Included in the performance is nationally recognized choreographer Saleana Pettaway will create a work on select company members. This diverse program promises to be a moving evening.
STONE DEPOT DANCE: TWOS & THREES @ FIDGET: March 29, Philadelphia
Stone Depot: Twos & Threes
1714 N Mascher St
March 29 at 7pm
Stone Depot 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.
ELLIE GOUDIE-AVERILL PERFORMS W/ TORI LAWRENCE + CO. @CHEZ BUSHWICK: Sept. 25 & 26, Brooklyn
Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation Artist-in-Residence Tori Lawrence presents a work-in-progress of her newest live performance JUNKSPACE
Sept. 25 & 26 (7pm)
304 Boerum Street, #23
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Choreographer-Director: Tori Lawrence
Dancers: Jungwoong Kim, Ellie Goudie-Averill
Musicians: Cole Highnam, Seth Wenger
More info >
ELLIE GOUDIE-AVERILL PERFORMS W/ TORI LAWRENCE + CO. @PERFORMANCE GARAGE: Oct. 3, Philadelphia
presented by Philadelphia Dance Projects for the Bilateral International Exchange
Oct. 3 (7PM)
The Performance Garage
1515 Brandywine St
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Trust for Mutual Understanding supports the BILATERAL: Budapest/Philadelphia Dance Artists Exchange. Continued support from Trust of Mutual Understanding will enable PDP to invite two dance artists from Budapest for a 3 week cultural and creative residency in Philadelphia this Fall 2018. In the planning for the BILATERAL Exchange this year will be workshops and presentations that will also include Philly artists who a have participated in the Exchange in Budapest, Nichole Canuso, Jungwoong Kim, Tori Lawrence, Megan Mazarick, Guillermo Ortega and Gabrielle Revlock.
The BILATERAL is also a timely exchange for artists to share experiences and viewpoints around navigating unfavorable national political environments in each of their countries. Local community of artists and audiences will be invited into participation and discussion. More info soon….
BEAU HANCOCK PERFORMS THE BACKYARD W/ MEGAN BRIDGE @ FIDGET: Sept. 14-16, Philadelphia
1714 N Mascher St
Sept 14 at 7pm
Sept 14 at 9pm
Sept 15 at 6pm
Sept 15 at 10pm
Sept 16 at 4pm
Sept 16 at 7pm
Length: 45 minutes
More info & purchase tickets online >
Developed in a residency with Steve Paxton and Lisa Nelson at Mad Brook Farm in summer 2017 and performed by Megan Bridge and Beau Hancock, this improvised dance proposes a hyper-conscious inhabiting of time, space, and relationship—a radical invitation for intimacy and embodiment. With music by Robert Ashley.
“Art is a game between all people of all periods.” —Marcel Duchamp
The Backyard is a performance that proposes a hyper-conscious inhabiting of time, space, and relationship, a radical invitation for intimacy and embodiment. The improvised movement score for this 45-minute duet was created during a residency at Mad Brook Farm with Lisa Nelson and Steve Paxton, placing their work PA RT (1978-2002) at the center of our research. Robert Ashley’s music Private Parts provides a scaffolding for our exploration, cultivating a landscape of deep listening and rigorous attention. The Backyard is thus a palimpsest of Paxton/Nelson’s PA RT—an effaced manuscript, written over, but still bearing traces of its original form.
Creation/Performance: Megan Bridge and Beau Hancock
Music: Private Parts (1978), by Robert Ashley. Used by permission from Lovely Music and Visibility Music Publishers.
The Backyard is a project of <fidget>, an experimental performance company in Philadelphia, PA, and was partially developed in residence during “Camp Fringe” at FringeArts, Philadelphia, and with support from the Net/TEN Foundation’s Travel Grant. <fidget> also receives support from the Philadelphia Cultural Fund.</fidget></fidget>
ELLIE GOUDIE-AVERILL SHOWS NEW WORK AT OPEN PERFORMANCE @ MOVEMENT RESEARCH: Feb. 5, NYC
150 1st Avenue
New York, 10009
February 5 from 7-8:30 pm
Suggested donation: $3
Part of a program of 2-3 works-in-progress followed by a discussion.
Based on movement scored derived from the poetry of Alice Notley, specifically from her 1985 book Margaret & Dusty, this trio is a celebration of the mystery within the mundane.
Choreographed by Eleanor Goudie-Averill and danced by Charles Gowin, Mykel Nairne, and Edward Rice.
STONE DEPOT AT GROUP MOTION'S SPIEL UHR: December 15, 2019, PHILADELPHIA
A place called lost
Group Motion's Spiel Uhr
Community Education Center
3500 Lancaster Ave.
December 15th, 2019 at 7pm
Stone Depot returns to Philadelphia as a part of Group Motion's Spiel Uhr, an evening of dance at the CEC.
A place called lost is a part of the Blue Road Project, a multi-year performance practice supported by a Stockton University Research and Development Grant and a summer residency at The Farm.
CANCELED- MINE & FORAGE: STONE DEPOT & SHANNON MURPHY AT THE PERFORMANCE GARAGE: May 29, 2020, Philadelphia
Stone Depot's culmination of The Blue Road Project was set to premiere on on May 29th, 2020 at the Performance Garage in Philadelphia. Choreographer Shannon Murphy was to share the concert with an excerpt from her large ensemble work, Dark Moon, featuring Beau Hancock as a performer. Ellie Goudie-Averill's POWER OVER, performance with Pamela Vail was also on the bill. The performance has been cancelled for now, due to COVID- 19 restrictions, but will hopefully be postoned to a later date. Stay tuned!
1515 Brandywine St.
BEAU HANCOCK PERFORMS W/ MEGAN BRIDGE AT FRANKLIN & MARSHALL COLLEGE: February 21, 2020, Lancaster
On February 21, 2020, Megan Bridge and Beau Hancock will perform The Backyard at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA. They will also give a master class to students in improvisation.
ELLIE GOUDIE-AVERILL PERFORMS W/ TORI LAWRENCE + CO.: January 2020
Two opportunites to see Tori Lawrence + Co's
JUNKSPACE in the New Year:
Jan. 18 (7pm)
Bodies in Motion Festival
33 Hawley Street
Northampton, MA 01060
Jan. 22-23 (7pm)
Philadelphia Dance Projects Presents DANCE UP CLOSE
Christ Church Neighborhood House
20 N American St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Choreographer-Director: Tori Lawrence
Dancers: Jungwoong Kim, Ellie Goudie-Averill, Jenna Riegel
Musicians: Cole Highnam, Seth Wenger
CANCELED- ELEANOR GOUDIE-AVERILL AT UNDER-EXPOSED AT DIXON PLACE: April 7, 2020, NYC
THIS PERFORMANCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19.
STAY TUNED FOR A LINK TO DIXON PLACE TV, WHICH WILL BE SHOWING A DANCE ON CAMERA BY ELEANOR GOUDIE-AVERILL IN LIEU OF THE PERFORMANCE.
ELLIE GOUDIE-AVERILL + TORI LAWRENCE AT FREESKEWL'S ON THE HOUSE: September 26, 2020, 7pm EDT (Virtual)
Join freeskewl for a new virtual performance series, On The House, featuring works by freeskewl teaching artists Audre Wirtanen, Kyle Marshall, and Ellie Goudie-Averill + Tori Lawrence. September 26 at 7pm EDT via ZOOM:
Zoom Link: zoom.us/j/3093774924
Zoom password: 640262
Suggested ticket price for each event is $4-50. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. If you can, consider sponsoring a ticket for someone in need by simply doubling your payment. Income collected by 11:59pm on the night of the performance will be evenly split between artists.
BEAU HANCOCK PERFORMS IN THE PHILADELPHIA MATTER 1972/2020: September 10-October 4, 2020, Virtual Fringe
Philly Fringe Festival: https://fringearts.com/event/the-philadelphia-matter-1972-2020/
Ticketed Live Premiere: Thursday, Sept 10 at 7pm
Available to access online for free during the Festival following premiere
STONE DEPOT FILM SHOWING AT INHALE ON CAMRA: October 24, 2020, CHI MOVEMENT ARTS CENTER (PHILADELPHIA)
INHALE ON CAMERA
Saturday, October 24th, 2020, from 2:00-8:30pm
Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers is excited to announce a program which showcases dance and artistic visions made for the caumera. Enjoy incredible art films projected in KYL/D’s dance center in a safe, socially distanced environment. Go solo, grab a buddy, or organize a fun, small group outing! All tickets will be timed with reservations highly recommended in order to maintain groups well within the health and safety guidelines of the City of Philadelphia. Door tickets available on a limited basis. The program will consist of approximately 45 minutes of film showings and visual art representations which will be presented multiple times throughout the course of the day.
All attendees will be required to complete a COVID-19 safety waiver, which will confirm if attendees are allowed to enter the space. KYL/D prioritizes the health and wellbeing of its stakeholders and will consider moving to an only online platform or postpone the date if there is a negative progression in the pandemic and/or there is harsh weather that restricts the ability for all dance center doors to remain open.
Ani Gavino/ Malayaworks
Stone Depot/ Ellie Goudie-Averill and Beau Hancock
Project SK+A/ Seyong Kim
Laura Katz Rizzo
ELLIE GOUDIE-AVERILL SHOWING NEW WORK AT CONNECTICUT COLLEGE: October 9, 2020, 5pm EDT on Tempel Green and 6pm at the Arboretum
Connecticut College Dances
"Body as Scene"
by Ellie Goudie-Averill, created in collaboration with the dancers
with live music by Asa Peters ‘19
Friday, October 9
5pm Performance on Tempel Green (for the campus community)
6pm Performance at the Arboretum (all members of the general public are welcome)
"Body As Scene" takes inspiration from "Life in a Box is a Pretty Life" by poet Dawn Lundy Martin. Admission is free. Audiences can spread out around the edge of the Green and Arbo fields to view the dance. Please bring a towel, blanket, or portable chair for your comfort if you wish to be seated during the performance. Social distancing and face masks are required.