Susan Rethorst: Inquiring Mind/Choreographic Mind Residency Events

Posted October 4th, 2012 at 12:50 pm.

All events with the exception of performances and dinner are free of charge. Tickets for performances available here or by phone at 610-526-5210.

Read commissioned essays and posts by embedded writers about the project here. Like Susan Rethorst/Moving in Philadelphia 2013-2014 on Facebook.

PAST EVENTS

Saturday, December 8, 10am-5pm
Susan Rethorst and “Other Voices”

an experiential workshop with guest scientists Bree Chancellor, MD, Michelle Francl, Bryn Mawr Professor of Chemistry, and Matt Young, PhD candidate in Neuroscience all explore creative process at the LAB/Painted Bride, 230 Vine Street, Philadelphia. RSVP requested at http://livearts-fringe.ticketleap.com/other-voices/. For further information, (215) 901-5226, gesualdic@gmail.com

Thursday, January 17, 6pm
Reading and Booksigning
: A Choreographic Mind: Autobodygraphical Writings
at University of the Arts, 1401 Walnut Street, Philadelphia

Saturday, January 26, 2pm
Wrecking 2

with David Gordon
at McPherson Auditorium, Goodhart Hall, Bryn Mawr College (BMC)

Tuesday February 19, 2:15 – 3:45pm
Master Class in Composition
with Vicky Shick
Pem Studio, BMC
Reservations requested: reservations@brynmawr.edu or 610-526-5210

Wednesday, February 20, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Open Rehearsal
208 East Broadway, Part 5
Goodhart Hall, BMC

Thursday, February 21, 4:00 pm – 5:30pm
Master Class in Technique
with Jodi Melnick
Pem Studio, BMC
Reservations requested: reservations@brynmawr.edu or 610-526-5210

Friday, February 22  8 p.m.
Performance: Behold Bold Sam Dog (Ticketed Event)
Hepburn Teaching Theater, Goodhart Hall, BMC

Saturday, February 23
Day of Dance at Bryn Mawr
at Goodhart Hall, BMC
Full-day all-inclusive ticket includes both performances and dinner for $45.
12:30 – 2 pm, How to Get Started
Elizabeth Streb and Claudia La Rocco
Hepburn Teaching Theater
2 – 8 pm
Exhibition
Atrium
3 p.m. Performance – 208 East Broadway Part 5 (Premiere) (Ticketed Event)
McPherson Auditorium Stage
4-7:45pm dance/film installations by Susan Rethorst
McPherson Auditorium
5 – 6:30 pm How to Get Started  Anne Waldman and Douglas Dunn
Hepburn Teaching Theater
5:45 – 7:45 p.m. Dinner
(Ticketed Event)
Common Room
8 p.m. Performance – Behold Bold Sam Dog (Ticketed Event)
Hepburn Teaching Theater, Goodhart Hall                              
9pm Post-Show
Philly Performance Club
with New York Times contributing dance writer Claudia LaRocco
Common Room

Sunday, February 24, 3 p.m.
Performance – 208 East Broadway Part 5 (Premiere)
(Ticketed Event)
McPherson Auditorium Stage, BMC

April 12, 2-6pm and April 13, 2-5pm, the fidget space
WRECK:fest
Susan Rethorst “wrecks” two of <fidget>’s newest works, situation: becoming  and dust. Rethorst will engage with, digest, and “wreck” both pieces as a way of creating a dialogue and further informing the works and Megan Bridge’s choreographic processes.  Feel free to come and go over the course of these “open-rehearsal” style events. Each wrecking starts with a showing of the original work.

Susan Rethorst/Moving in Philadelphia 2013-14 is the umbrella for the two projects currently funded by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage through Dance Advance that feature the work of Susan Rethorst, one from the Bryn Mawr College Performing Arts Series and the other from Group Motion and Philadelphia Dance Projects. ‘Like’ Susan Rethorst/Moving in Philadelphia 2013/2014 on Facebook for updates on all of these projects.

Support for the Susan Rethorst: Inquiring Mind, Choreographic Mind performance retrospective is provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage through Dance Advance.

Filed under: Rethorst @ Bryn Mawr,Uncategorized by Angela Dowdy

One Response to “Susan Rethorst: Inquiring Mind/Choreographic Mind Residency Events”

  1. Philly Edition | The Performance Club Says:

    […] weekend, the P Club had its first official out-of-town gig, as part of a marvelous weekend at Bryn Mawr, built around the dances of Susan Rethorst ( I got to write a catalog essay about one […]