2009 Performances

November 2009 – Windblown
Windblown was created and performed down the length of Massachusetts Avenue as part of the Spirit and Place Festival’s Random Acts of Improvisation.

August 2009 – Broken Fragile Mind
“I’ve lost so much. Mother. Father. Will I lose my mind as well? The root of it all rides on this. Are they getting closer? Are they coming for me?” Inspired by a provocative 1930’s radio broadcast, Motus navigates a mind battling fear, manipulation, and a race against time. Premiered at the 2009 IndyFringe Festival at the Earth House.

Check out these reviews:

If you have ever had the privilege of watching Motus Dance Theatre in action than you already know that they never do anything half-assed. Their pieces are always powerful, thought provoking and intense. The Motus offering for this year’s indyFringe Festival, broken fragile mind, is all of these and more. ~ Mark Cline, www.funcityfinder.com

These dancers were committed to the characters they were playing; committed to the forms the choreography dictated; committed to the metaphor they were dramatizing; and committed to each other. ~ Jake Roesler, www.SmallerIndiana.com

And others by Brooke Randolph (www.smallerindiana.com), Joe Boling (www.indianaauditions.com), Julie (WIBC),  and Rita Kohn (Nuvo).

June 2009 – Each Other
Lost in the wilderness, blind and trapped, in darkness we cannot find each other…Created and performed for the Herron School of Art & Design’s 2009 Fundraiser, Visionary, on June 6.










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April 2009 – Spark a Revolution
Motus performed two new works, as well as a collaboration with all the artists who participated in this IndyFringe Festival and Earth House fundraiser on April 17, 2009.


One response to “2009 Performances

  1. Your new Email flyer on all the events…and all the updates to your website are great! Thanks for all the new-ness! —doreen

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