2006-2007 Performances

Fall 2007 – Emerging Spaces: Creative Dances for Inspiring Spaces
Motus Dance Theatre’s 2007 Fall Performance Series included Strange Fruit, a fundraiser for AYS Art Enrichment programs at the Wheeler Art Center on October 27; Wine Wednesday performances hosted by Joseph Lehner on November 14; A First Friday performance collaboration with artist Kyle Ragsdale, at the Harrison Center for the Arts on December 7: A Review by Marshall at Five! The Central Library’s Grand Opening performance in the new Atrium on December 12; The Indianapolis Museum of Art’s Winter Solstice performance on December 20.

August 2007 – Kin: A bizarre family portrait
Premiered in the 2007 IndyFringe Festival at the Auditorium of the Athenaeum. Origrinal music produced by Stung Tongue Productions.

November 2006 – Unwrapped
A holiday show, with guest director Michael Bachman, performed at Broad Ripple High School, November 8-9, 2006.

August 2006 – RED TAPE
Premiered in the 2006 IndyFringe Festival. Developed during the breaking.ground/workshop, and performed at the Phoenix Theatre mainstage. A review from IndianaAuditions.com.

June 2006 – under.construction and breaking.ground

Featured many new dancers and choreographers in this collaborative workshop and performance.

May 2006 – Untitled performance, Urban Garden Performing Arts,
Collaboration featured during the Harrison Center for the Arts First Friday open house.

March 2006 – Light on Wings, Urban Garden Performing Arts

Presented with the help of the Indianapolis Cultural Development Commission, at the Harrison Center for the Arts’ First Friday studio night. Motus artists performed in this collaborative piece with the Urban Garden company, Elyce Elder, and the Thread Bare exhibit.

February 2006 – Mozart Festival, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra,
February 3 & 4, 2006 – Motus dancers performed the Minuet preceding the Symphony’s Mozart Festival concert.

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