Intimations Dance

Intimations Dance

Dancefest

Performance Date and Time : 
Saturday, June 6 8:30 PM

Intimations Dance presents the fix (2015) - A series of shorts on obsession and belonging.

Rain Date: Sunday, June 7

"To fix: to fasten, to direct one’s eyes, attention, or mind steadily or unwaveringly toward, to mend; repair, a difficult or awkward situation from which it is hard to extricate oneself, a dose of something to which one is addicted, to correct a mistake."

Choreographed and performed by Intimations Dance
Artistic Director: Jessica Muise
Dance performance by: MaryRose Blandino, Caroline Carbo, Emily Evans, Nikki Girrior, Amanda Jones and Shoshana Moyer
Music by: Sue Buzzard, Blain Crawford, Juan Dhas, and Victor Hernandez, and Mike Wall
Developed with support from the Choreographer in Residence program at Green Street Studios (2014) and the aMaSSiT Mentoring Lab (2015)

Surprise Stefani (2015) - A dance party created for National Choreography Month 2015.

Choreographed by: Nikki Girrior and Caroline Carbo
Performed by: MaryRose Blandino, Caroline Carbo, Emily Evans, Nikki Girrior, Amanda Jones and Shoshana Moyer
Music by: Dan Deacon

But first, let me take a... (2014) - This piece uses movement derived from our social media feeds to comment on the selfie as a method of watching ourselves and watching others.

Choreographed and performed by Intimations Dance
Artistic Director: Jessica Muise
Performed by: MaryRose Blandino, Caroline Carbo, Nikki Girrior and Amanda Jones
Original music composed by: Tyler Catanella
Created in Residence at: Green Street Studios’ GreenWorks Program Spring 2014

Intimations Dance is contemporary dance company creating and performing new original choreography throughout the Greater Boston area. "Intimations" as a word has so many meanings depending on the context. It means to express something as a whisper, or as a shout, refers to ones essential or innermost meaning and denotes a close friend or confidant. Company members and collaborators participate in the creative process as both dancers and choreographers, and the company positions performers and/or participants central to developing our work. We work with local music makers, interactive artists and new venues to expand our capability for story-telling. The company’s mission is to give voice to our social concerns in hopes of connecting with our audiences’ shared experiences.