The Tank presents The Moving Architects (NYC)

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April 29-30, 2017 @ 7pm
The Tank presents The Moving Architects
“Anthology”
151 W. 46th St., 8th Floor
New York, NY 10036
info: thetanknyc.org
tickets: $15, buy HERE

In celebration of their 10th Anniversary Season, The Moving Architects presents “Anthology”, an evening of women-centric dance works choreographed by Artistic Director Erin Carlisle Norton. The compelling array of work reveals the companys signature style of indefatigable feminine strength and precision-dependent choreography, with compelling and authentic performances by Caitlin Bailey, Maggie Beutner, Jenny Gram, Léla Groom, and Ashley Peters, with projections by multi-disciplinary artist gwen charles.

The blackbox Manhattan theater  The Tank is a non-profit arts presenter serving emerging artists engaged in the pursuit of new ideas and forms of expression.

Pentacle presents: The Gallery (Boston)

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April 21-22, 2017
Pentacle Presents: The Gallery
featuring The Moving Architects
Julie Ince Theatre at The Dance Complex
536 Mass Ave., Cambridge, MA
Tickets: $15-$20
Purchase Tickets: pentaclepresents.bpt.me
The Moving Architects returns for their third year as part of Pentacle Presents: The Gallery, an  opportunity for Gallery Artists with Pentacle to perform and join with the dance community in Boston.

Jersey City Theater Center presents The Moving Architects (NJ)

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April 7-8, 2017 @ 8pm
Jersey City Theater Center (JCTC) presents The Moving Architects
“Anthology”
Merseles Studios Theater
335-337 Newark Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Tickets: $20 General Admission, $15 students
More information and buy tickets: jctcenter.org

Prompted by Jersey City Theater Center’s theme of “Disruption”, The Moving Architects present “Anthology” as an evening of women-centric dance works choreographed by Erin Carlisle Norton that look to eras of disruption and how individuals, relationships, and communities manage and overcome these challenging times.

Featured works include “The Groove”, a quartet that abruptly overturns and surges within a buzzing sound score in order to become a trusting yet aggressive community trying to connect. “The Jam” is a group dance work with a mod flair, exacting attitude, and 60’s surf and rock soundtrack, suggesting the extremes of a turbulent era side by side with a pop culture that promoted mirth and oblivion. “10” is a new solo choreographed and performed by Director Erin Carlisle Norton that utilizes a sound score of her own recorded voice to narrate and share experiences of running a dance company for ten years.  “Americana” looks to the iconic images and interpersonal struggles of the migrating American family during the Great Depression era and includes video collaboration with gwen charles.

The array of themes and artistic work in “Anthology” reveals the indefatigable feminine strength of The Moving Architects alongside compelling performances by Caitlin Bailey, Maggie Beutner, Jenny Gram, Léla Groom, and Ashley Peters, with projections by multi-disciplinary artist gwen charles, and precision-dependent choreography by Erin Carlisle Norton, in celebration of the company’s 10th Anniversary Season.

Your Move: New Jersey’s Modern Dance Festival, Featured Guest Dance Company (NJ)

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Thursday, October 20, 2016 / 8pm
Your Move: New Jersey’s Modern Dance Festival
The Moving Architects, featured Guest Dance Company
presented by Art House Productions in partnership with DeBaun Performing Arts Center
co-produced by Morgan Hille Refakis and Meagan Woods

DeBaun Auditorium
24 5th St.
Hoboken, NJ 07040
More info: arthouseproductions.org

YOUR MOVE is New Jersey’s modern dance festival, presenting the work of 26 visionary choreographers and over 100 performers from across the country.  Now in its 7th season, the YOUR MOVE festival is widely recognized for its fresh and exciting lineup of high-caliber modern dance. Look for a Movers & Shapers: A Dance Podcast special episode on October 11 that features a behind-the-scenes talk with the festival founders and interview with Jersey City dance educator and artist Heather Warfel.