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BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance + John Yannelli with members of the SLC Experimental Music Ensemble present an outdoor, interactive performance and installation of “The Mantises are Flipping, W.3” commissioned as part of NYC Department of Transportation’s “Summer Streets.”
We invite audiences to embark on an interactive journey through an imaginative world of movement and sound, where they can cultivate new discoveries in the nature of opposites and intricately changing psychological states. We guide them through planters, benches, and pathways with the city-scape as a backdrop to our world. Mapping this space has been such a thrill! This site-specific installation of “W.3” brings a new and exciting perspective to this work.
Choreography by Teresa Fellion in collaboration with performers Iman Barnes, Zach Bergfelt, Corey Bliss, Mia DeWeese, Alex Jenkins, Audrey Rachelle Stanley, and Corinne Teklitz
Rehearsal Director: Charly Wenzel
Music by John Yannelli, in collaboration with Dominick Boyle, Emily Cardwell, Ryan Edwards, Chase Hawley, and Riley Smith
(includes live music by Dominick Boyle, Emily Cardwell, Chase Hawley, and Riley Smith!)
Costume Design: Ljupka Arsovska
Production Manager: Godfrey Palaia
The highly physical BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance is a contemporary dance company that strives to capture and communicate universal human encounters through dynamic, purposeful movement.
"The 'W' in the title stands for 'world,' and Ms. Fellion and her colleagues do succeed in creating one...John Yannelli and members of the SLC Experimental Music Ensemble contribute a richly textured, partly live score of drones, strings plucked and strummed, swelling distortion, and high hums. The choreography is action-packed with a strong flow, a current that is sometimes tidal, washing the dancers back and forth across St. Mark's Church, turning the terrarium into an aquarium."
New York Times
"The choreography unfolded persuasively, just as it had in the rehearsal. Ms. Fellion is most fortunate to have a committed troupe of dancers to work with, and they gave the piece their all. Several powerful vignettes ensued, and the overall effect was strikingly enhanced by the lighting."
"The Mantises are Flipping W.3 starts from the moment you walk in the door. The fury does not decrease until it ends...It is absolutely fascinating...Teresa Fellion's dancers have a strong idea of what captivates an audience. Their faces, so refreshingly animated, indicate a rich inner life. Their bodies become like a paint brush that uses our imaginations as a canvas, painting hundreds of interpretations of life."
Linkedin: BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance
This project has been made possible via commission by the NYC Department of Transportation.
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