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Artist in Residence: Kyle Marshall – Work In Progress Showing

Artist in Residence: Kyle Marshall – Work In Progress Showing

Join us Sep 27 @ 1pm for a work in progress showing by choreographer, Kyle Marshall during his residency at Bethany Arts Community.

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For the public portion of his residency, Kyle shares his process with Jah, a solo tapping into of his Jamaican heritage. As a member of the diaspora Kyle has felt distant from my maternal homeland. With Jah, he is interested in examining and reclaiming his Jamaican body, diving into questions surrounding hyper-masculinity, queerness and redemption. Seen as an online lecture demonstration, viewers will have an inside look into a process of uncovering. Movement participation will be employed to have the audience consider their relationship to the bodies and homeland. 

About the Artist

Named “New to Watch” by Dance Europe Magazine, Kyle Marshall Choreography (KMC) is a dance company that sees the dancing body as a container of history, an igniter of social reform and a site of celebration. Kyle Marshall Choreography has performed at venues including: Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater, Roulette, Actors Fund Arts Center, NYC Summerstage, Wassaic Arts Project and Conduit Dance in Portland, OR. KMC has received residencies from Center of Performance Research, DanceNow at Silo, Jamaica Performing Arts Center and CoLab Arts. Commissions have included: “Dance on the Lawn” Montclair Dance Festival, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, and Harlem Stage. Artistic Director and dancer Kyle Marshall, is a 2018 New York Juried “Bessie” Award recipient and a 2017 NJ State Council of the Arts Fellow.

www.kmchoreo.com

Artist in Residence: Kyle Marshall Choreography – Open Rehearsal

Artist in Residence: Kyle Marshall Choreography – Open Rehearsal

Bethany Arts Community welcomes Artist in Residence Kyle Marshall Choreography.  Join us at Bethany for Open Rehearsal on Oct 10th @ 4pm

With the support of DanceForce, Kyle Marshall and 5 of his collaborators will be in residence working on a new piece called A.D. that reflects on Christianity’s influence on the body It will be premiering later this Winter at BAM.

Arts Westchester

Bethany Arts Community’s residency programs are made possible by ArtsWestchester with support from Westchester County Government.

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