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TPAIRR (Artist Residency, Rehoboth Beach, DE)

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November 3-7, 2021 

TPAIRR, Rehoboth Beach, DE

A residency program open to artists of all mediums who would like the space to breathe, be with nature, and live in an uncommon setting, Erin Carlisle Norton was selected as one of the artist families with her project to create a new dance film in the Rehoboth Beach area setting

Acadia Dance Festival Dance Film Screenings (In-Person and Virtual)

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July 30, 2021 @ 7pm ET: In-Person Premiere
July 30-August 6: Virtual Event Available

Acadia Dance Festival: Online Dance Film Screening
by Nimbus Arts Center and Acadia Dance Festival

featuring: The Moving Architects’ short film “bubbling”

Dancer/Choreographer/Video Editor: Erin Carlisle Norton
Inflatable Bubble: Visual Artist gwen Charles
Music: Michael Wall

For its 2021 season, the Acadia Dance Festival will curate a series of dance films that represent the diverse ways that dance moves through our communities and our lives. This temporary shift away from live, in-theater performances will allow the festival to reach a broader audience and provide safe ways to engage with contemporary dance this season. The festival will partner with the 1932 Criterion Theatre to present in-person and online screenings of the 2021 Dance Films.

In-Person Film Premiere Event

Friday, July 30th, 2021
7pm, Criterion Theatre, Bar Harbor, Maine
Tickets $10: HERE

Online Screening Event

Audiences will receive a virtual access link to watch films from the comfort of home.
July 30th – August 6th 2021
Tickets $10: HERE


The Moving Architects: Audition for Female Dancers

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The Moving Architects: Audition for Female Dancers
Application Deadline: August 1, 2021 

The Moving Architects (TMA), led by Artistic Director Erin Carlisle Norton, is currently seeking 1-2 female dancers for September 2021-May 2022 who have a movement foundation grounded in modern dance forms.  Additional skills and interests: working intimately and collaboratively within a group; ease with improvisation, movement manipulation, and partner work; an affinity for weighted and strength-based movement; interest in integrating movement exploration with objects, props, and media; and readiness for an investigatory rehearsal process. TMA rehearsals are scheduled in 1-5 day residencies in NJ/NYC and regionally, and dancers are paid for performances and rehearsals on a project-by-project basis.  Dancers are independent contractors and work under a Letter of Agreement paid monthly.  Those invited to attend the audition must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.  Female dancers of color are encouraged to apply.


Fill out application form HERE that includes:

  • Resume
  • Headshot
  • Video Weblink: informal video speaking up to 3 minutes answering the question “What place or places bring you endless inspiration?”
  • Video Weblink: Movement Improvisation. Video can be up to 4 minutes (no music) and must include:
    • Sustained movement
    • Repeating movement that dynamically evolves over time
    • A surprise
    • Showing of strength (up for interpretation)

Note: Dance reels will NOT be accepted or links to websites as video submission.
Application deadline: August 1, 2021  

Up to 15 dancers will be asked to attend an audition on the afternoon of Saturday, August 28th in Jersey City.  Invitations will be made by August 8, 2021.  Audition will include warm-up, phrase work, movement manipulation, and an interview.

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The Moving Architects, under Artistic Director Erin Carlisle Norton, is a female-centric dance company that channels the authentic complexity of both the current and historically lived female experience into dance works edged with charged movement and feminine strength.  Formed in 2007 and based in NJ/NYC since 2013, TMA has performed and taught extensively throughout the NYC-area, East Coast, Midwest, and internationally in Central Asia, Guatemala, and Morocco. TMA hosts and produces the dance interview podcast Movers & Shapers: A Dance Podcast and heads the Community Movement Project, a pay-what-you-can movement program in Northern NJ.


LONELAND (virtual event)

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June 3, 2021 @ 7.30pm EDT (virtual event)

an evening of dance cinema

Tickets: $20 Suggested Donation
Purchase: Eventbrite
View and Download: LONELAND Program

Join us for an evening of dance cinema expressing a myriad of dance and music genres, embracing the distinctive voices of the female dancers of The Moving Architects.  LONELAND features dances performed in site-specific locations throughout the NYC-area alongside company dance works translated to the screen and behind-the-scenes footage recorded in the virtual and bubble rehearsal process with TMA this last year.  Newly commissioned solo dance films offer striking and intimate portraits of the individual dancers.  Each solo was developed virtually under the direction of TMA director Erin Carlisle Norton and culminated within various outdoor spaces to reflect the dancer’s key concept, production following COVID-19 safety protocols.  The virtual event LONELAND rises out of a year of isolation with shuttered dance studios and venues, each dancer emerging to share her powerful voice.

Featuring: Artistic Director Erin Carlisle Norton and company dancers Aria Roach, Ashley Peters, Bethany Chang, Caitlin Bailey, Indigo Sparks, and Zoe Kaplan with guest artist and visual arts collaborator gwen charles.


Outside the Lines, a site-specific dance series (Centenary University, NJ)

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May 15, 2021 @ 3pm ET (Rain Date May 16)

Outside the Lines, a site-specific dance series

TICKETS: Free outside event
Centenary University’s Seay Building, Front Lawn
400 Jefferson Street, Hackettstown, NJ

For more info:  Outside the Lines

10 professional companies and independent choreographers from NJ & NYC! The Moving Architects will perform excerpts of “Demure as Dynamite” with Caitlin Bailey and Bethany Chang.

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