Friday, March 6 - 14, 2015
Oscar G. Brockett Theatre
$15.00 - $25.00
Presented by the Department of Theatre & Dance
Dance Repertory Theatre presents
Artistic Directors Charles O. Anderson and Yacov Sharir
“Dance Repertory Theatre…guided its audiences to heaven.” – The Austin Chronicle
The University of Texas at Austin’s award-winning ensemble Dance Repertory Theatre returns to the stage with MOVE! The spring concert is a showcase of unique and compelling dance works created by nationally renowned choreographers, including New York-based artists Kate Watson-Wallace and Sidra Bell.
Mar. 6, 7, 12-14 at 7:30pm
Mar. 8 at 2pm
In addition, the Department of Theatre and Dance is pleased to present a free performance of MOVE! on March 7 at 2:00 p.m. in conjunction with Explore UT. Learn more about Explore UT, the biggest open house in Texas.
About MOVE! Guest Choreographers
Sidra Bell is the artistic director of Sidra Bell Dance New York and a master lecturer at the University of the Arts (Philadelphia). Her critically acclaimed company and choreography has been seen throughout the United States and internationally in Denmark, France, Austria, Turkey, Germany, China, Canada, Aruba, Korea, Brazil and Greece. She was awarded a 1st Prize for Choreography for “Grief Point.” at the 15th Internationales Solo Tanz Theater Festival in Stuttgart, Germany (2011) and the Patricia Kerr Ross Award for Choreography from New York Foundation for the Arts (2005).
“Bell has a lot working in her favor: powerful, daredevil dancers and an almost garish imagination capable of dreaming up surreal scenarios… a slick intensity dominates her onstage worlds.” – The New York Times
Kate Watson-Wallace is a choreographer and visual artist. She co-directs anonymous bodies with Jaamil Kosoko. They have shown work at venues nationally, including: The Philadelphia Live Arts Festival, Joyce SoHo, Dance Theater Workshop, Dance Place, ODC Dance, Velocity Dance, Movement Research at Judson Church, and Kelly Strayhorn Theater. Watson-Wallace has received numerous awards for her choreography including: a Pew Fellowship in the Arts, two Map Fund Grants and a Doris Duke Exploration grant through Creative Capital.
“Watson-Wallace has a gift for making pockets of space fill infinite… wild imagination ruled.” – The New York Times
The University requires all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to pay for parking on campus. Please be aware when you come to a performance that UT parking has changed and new signage has been posted in regards to the changes. All parking on campus – both ADA and non-ADA requires a permit or payment of fees – this does include the ADA on Robert Dedman Drive. Patrons to the Texas Performing Arts complex are encouraged to park in university parking garages or LBJ surface lots. A discounted parking rate of $6 can be purchased on-line at: https://utcofaparking.clickandpark.com/venue. The discounted parking is only available online until 10pm, the day prior to an event. Please read signs carefully.
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