LIGHT AND DESIRE (LIVE ARTERY)

January 12, 2020

New York Live Arts

Reprising Diane. Still. by Colleen Thomas alongside a new collaboration between Thomas and Adriane Fang, Wake Up!, and an excerpt from her new work, light and desire, which premieres at New York Live Arts in March 2020.

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PAST EVENTS

ANTI-APAP

January 10-11, 2020

100 Grand, SoHo

Reprising Diane. Still. by Colleen Thomas alongside other works by Thomas and Bill Young. 

 

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THE HAUNTING OF ST. VERONICA'S - A SPOOKY EVENING OF DANCE

October 20, 2019

Creative Cultural Center at St. Veronica's, West Village

SilverMoss Dance Project performed in this durational, gallery-style evening inspired by a haunted house. Through a structured improvisation for four dancers of movement and theatricality, SilverMoss utilized tropes of suspense and horror to create a spooky scene.

UPTOWN RISING SERIES

June 22, 2019

Bridge for Dance, Upper West Side

Presented an in-progress version of Tectonic, a trio that explores the concept of sustainability from multiple perspectives, alongside some other talented artists.

Click below for more information.

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AN EVENING OF DANCE AT 100 GRAND

April 28, 2019

100 Grand, SoHo

A split evening of dance presented by SilverMoss Dance Project and Debbie Mausner & Dancers. It included works choreographed by Sadi Mosko, Carolyn Silverman, and Debbie Mausner.

 

Click below to view the show's program.

CURRENT SHOWCASE (TAKE.2)

March 9, 2019

Barnard College

Presented an in-progress version of Tectonic, a trio that explores the concept of sustainability from multiple perspectives. What is sustainable environmentally but also physically? What can the human body endure? How do the cyclic relationships between the animate and inanimate features of the natural world allow the environment to sustain itself?

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LIT: ALT-PERFORMANCE - APART

February 22-23, 2019

February 24 at 5:30 p.m.

100 Grand, SoHo

An intimate look at the workings of Bill Young and Colleen Thomas presented in a SoHo Loft. Some pieces are newly made, some remade, and some still in-the-making 


Click below for a review by Deborah Jowitt.

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©2019 by Sadi Mosko; Photography by Julia Discenza