Elizabeth Powers presenting 'mixedup-tion'
Mixedup-tion is a journey into an intimate and personal space. It explores boundaries of personal connection within neurotic individual experience. Audience members witness performers who are so wrapped up in their personal stories that they neglect to recognize the relations they share with their surroundings, and with the other humans present. Through intricate details, strong and subtle movements, and intense focus, each dancer passes into a world of her own, encouraging audience members to enter into that world alongside her. It is the choice of the observer to decide how and with whom they would like to witness this piece. This piece was created in part during the 2018 aMaSSiT Choreography Lab at The Dance Complex, Cambridge, MA.
About the Choregrapher
Elizabeth Powers is a New England-based contemporary movement artist. She is a performer, choreographer, and teaching artist interested in contemporary dance and improvisation styles. Her choreography is reflective of her interests in identity, human connection, and imagination. Her creative process is collaborative, focusing on each dancer's individual experience being presented.
Dance Company's Residency Showcase, NACHMO Boston, AS220's
Dance Works in Process, and Built on Stilts Dance Festival. She recently participated in aMaSSiT- a make it, share
it, show it Choreography mentorship lab and Monkeyhouse's Choreography Mentorship program. She has
performed with Monkeyhouse and Forty Steps Dance Company.
Michelle Boilard, Elizabeth Powers, and Erin Saunders