O my soul (Montclair, NJ)

By November 3, 2023November 21st, 2023Events

The Moving Architects
presents O my soul

December 1, 2023, 7.30pm
Montclair Women’s Club
82 Union Street Montclair, NJ 07042
Parking lot and street parking available

Post-show discussion with the artists will follow the performance. Wine and beverages will be available by donation before and after the show

Tickets: $20-$25 HERE
Tickets: $30 at the door cash/check/credit
Special Ticket: $50-$55
Includes Ticket and Limited Print by gwen charles. Collaged fabric works are featured in ‘O my soul’ and proceeds benefit The Moving Architects. See Print image in carousel below. Print will be available at the Box Office.

Where fierce femininity and intergenerational dance meet: ‘O my soul’

O My Soul is a vigorous dance project weaving together an intergenerational cast of feminine bodies with a lifetime of raw and real sensations, grounded in the company’s signature aesthetic of strong and fiercely feminine dance. The 1-hour dance work interconnects compelling solos, duets, and dynamic group performances with intriguing interactive props and memorable sound scores. The title of the project, O my soul, echoes a biblical phrase often sought in times of trial. Step into a captivating journey through the raw and profound emotions of a lifetime with O my soul, a one-of-a-kind dance project featuring a diverse cast of women aged 16-70’s.

After two years of artistic culmination, O my soul emerges as the company’s first ever full-length evening performance in Montclair, NJ, home of Artistic Director Norton since 2013.

Made possible by funds from the Essex County Division of Cultural Affairs, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

O my soul artists
Artistic Director: Erin Carlisle Norton
Visual Artist: gwen Charles 
Violinist: Grace Liu Anderson
Company Dancers: Mariah Anton-Arters, Emily Cicio, Kelly Guerrero 
Guest Dancers: Hannah Liu Anderson, Meg Regan, Barbara Whitehill
Dance Film: Created/Edited/Performed: Erin Carlisle Norton

photo: Whitney Browne Photography featuring collaged fabric works by gwen charles