Mar 14, 2020

6:00pm

Atlas Performance in Progress Showing

Come witness Madeline Maxine Gorman's work in process, Veritas, featuring Natalie Boegel, Shianne Williams-Brown, Kayla Clancy, Deontay Gray, Amber Lucia Chabus, Dylan Lambert, and Destiny Cooke.

Mar 30, 2020

6:00-7:30pm

Forsythe Improvisation Master Class

Led by Natalie Boegel, this workshop will use contemporary dance as an entry point into an exploration of William Forsythe’s Improvisational techniques. Natalie studied improvisation with former Ballet Frankfurt member, Francesca Harper. Focusing on Forsythe’s iconic nine-point system, this workshop will explore the beauty of residual movement with the goal of providing the space for open improvisation and exploration.

Apr 04, 2020

8:00pm

Pink Moon Dance Festival

Co-hosted by BlueShift Dance and Human Landscape Dance, the Pink Moon Dance Festival takes place March 30 – April 5. Events include weeknight dance workshops culminating in a weekend of choreography showcases, highlighting several of Baltimore’s best in contemporary dance: a mix of independent artists and seasoned companies.  

The artists are united by their urban backgrounds. Dances reflect the energy of a night in the city: voices carried on the wind, heels clacking down hard pavement, cigarette-end pinpoints in the dark, hum of wheels, engines, snatches of song. While the dances represent a variety of themes, each shares the unsettled energy of our city at night, under a brilliant moon. The festival takes place shortly before the April full moon, called a pink moon after the first blossoms of spring. United by life under the same spring sky, let’s come together and celebrate dance!

Apr 05, 2020

3:00pm

Pink Moon Dance Festival

Co-hosted by BlueShift Dance and Human Landscape Dance, the Pink Moon Dance Festival takes place March 30 – April 5. Events include weeknight dance workshops culminating in a weekend of choreography showcases, highlighting several of Baltimore’s best in contemporary dance: a mix of independent artists and seasoned companies.  

The artists are united by their urban backgrounds. Dances reflect the energy of a night in the city: voices carried on the wind, heels clacking down hard pavement, cigarette-end pinpoints in the dark, hum of wheels, engines, snatches of song. While the dances represent a variety of themes, each shares the unsettled energy of our city at night, under a brilliant moon. The festival takes place shortly before the April full moon, called a pink moon after the first blossoms of spring. United by life under the same spring sky, let’s come together and celebrate dance!

May 29, 2020

8:00pm

Veritas

Veritas is a multimedia performance about how truth can be silenced, distorted, or erased entirely by American mass media. Featuring original music and striking digital projections, Veritas ultimately calls into question for each audience member how willing they are to defend truth in their own lives.

Specifically, the performance takes a critical look at the role of civil disobedience throughout history. Through various speeches, written works, and poems, Veritas examines how truth has been silenced by assassinations, distorted by opposing forces, and erased completely by historians. From the chilling last speeches of Martin Luther King Jr. and President John F. Kennedy to the prolific writings of Henry David Thoreau and eminent poems of Adrienne Rich, Veritas challenges audience members to question their understanding of truth in the world today.

May 30, 2020

8:00pm

Veritas

Veritas is a multimedia performance about how truth can be silenced, distorted, or erased entirely by American mass media. Featuring original music and striking digital projections, Veritas ultimately calls into question for each audience member how willing they are to defend truth in their own lives.

Specifically, the performance takes a critical look at the role of civil disobedience throughout history. Through various speeches, written works, and poems, Veritas examines how truth has been silenced by assassinations, distorted by opposing forces, and erased completely by historians. From the chilling last speeches of Martin Luther King Jr. and President John F. Kennedy to the prolific writings of Henry David Thoreau and eminent poems of Adrienne Rich, Veritas challenges audience members to question their understanding of truth in the world today.

May 31, 2020

4:00pm

Veritas

Veritas is a multimedia performance about how truth can be silenced, distorted, or erased entirely by American mass media. Featuring original music and striking digital projections, Veritas ultimately calls into question for each audience member how willing they are to defend truth in their own lives.

Specifically, the performance takes a critical look at the role of civil disobedience throughout history. Through various speeches, written works, and poems, Veritas examines how truth has been silenced by assassinations, distorted by opposing forces, and erased completely by historians. From the chilling last speeches of Martin Luther King Jr. and President John F. Kennedy to the prolific writings of Henry David Thoreau and eminent poems of Adrienne Rich, Veritas challenges audience members to question their understanding of truth in the world today.

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photos by Christopher Peddecord, Nir Arieli, Peter Yesley, Caitlin Shoemaker, John Moore, Paul Wegner, and Bill Gorman.

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