Well, it's been quite a year.
After 13 shows including the premiere of the complete 60 minute work with live music, several wildly successful Indiegogo and shortly thereafter tax deductible fundraising campaigns, most of my savings, a month of babysitting, and a residency with my high school dance company, SSDP is in it to win it!
The Artistic Director is also ready for a break.
So... next week I'm off to teach dance to Orthodox Jewish girls at Camp Maor in the Poconos for most of July and for most of August, you can find me in the Catskills being a "camper" (resident artist) at Omi International Arts Center. Basically, I'm going to be seeing green for a while. And by green for once I don't mean Central Park. New York is great and all, but I'm long overdue for an all-nighter in a dance studio, music blasting, lots of floor rolling, probably crying, and 4am epiphanies. aka my life in college.
NEXT UP: Judson Church is presenting the full version of Dry Bones with a talk-back (a huge thank you to Carlye Eckert and John SorensenJolink for curating our first Judson show and to Community Minister of the Arts Micah Bucey for bringing us back!). And the best part? EVERYONE'S INVITED!
Wednesday January 28, 2015, 8pm, Judson.
If you didn't catch us last year and miss this one, your FOMO will haunt you...
Think that's it? Do you know me?! More exciting things are brewing, so stay tuned...
And finally, thank YOU for being a part of SSDP's journey. Hope to see you soon!