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  • News WaywardLand: Q&A

    February 3, 2015

    Jennifer Keller sat down with the latest Community Supported Artists, Jil Stifel and Ben Sota, to talk about their process of collaboration and creation of WaywardLand, a new work that explores metaphoric relationships between physical theater, dance, and circus. Q:  What is the history of your partnership together?  How did you find one another? We […]

  • News TRANSLATIONS: A Review

    January 23, 2015

    Jennifer Myers’ Translations: A Few Thoughts By Dave Bernabo  To lay the groundwork for how a piece fits into an institution’s programming, we need to look at the institution’s current programming. Since the New Hazlett’s Community Supported Arts (CSA) program began prior to Jennifer Myers’ consolidation of public performance actions into the staged Translations, I […]

  • News TRANSLATIONS Interview

    December 3, 2014

    Local musician David Bernabo sat down with our latest Community Supported Artist, Jennifer Myers, to talk about her process of translating unique works of public performance for a traditional stage. Q: TRANSLATIONS is a piece for stage that is based on two years of programmed performance actions. What is the process of transforming public performances into a […]

  • News Contained – A Review

    October 24, 2014

    by Susan Gillis Each art form has its own basic elements of which the art form is composed.  In dance, the basic elements are space, time, and force (the quality of the movement).  The dancer moves three dimensionally through space, exists in time as they move, and exerts effort or force – which impacts how […]

  • News Contained Interview

    October 6, 2014

    New Hazlett board member and professor of dance at the University of Pittsburgh, Susan Gillis sat down with Moriah Ella Mason to talk about Ella’s upcoming CSA performance, Contained. Susan: What inspires you?  And how is that reflected in your work? Ella: This is a difficult question to answer because I find inspiration in so many […]