Informal Showing with Facilitated Audience Feedback Discussion
Saturday, December 13th
Simmons Hall at MIT
229 Vassar Street, Cambridge
Please make a reservation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be presenting Quicksilver's latest work-in-progress, a collaboration with visual artist Anne Loyer that explores the interdependence of our world. By joining us, you will become part of our creative process, since we will build on ideas from the December discussion when we continue the dance in January!
CHANNEL/DANCE: An Evening of Movement, Art and Theatre
February 13 & 14, 2015
290 Congress Street
Our collaboration with Anne Loyer will officially premiere at this evening of collaborations: each choreographer presenting work was matched with an artist from another discipline by the two initiators of this idea, Courtney Peix of Contrapose Dance and Marc Miller of the Fort Point Theater Channel. The event is in a non-traditional performance space: come see how a building by day can become a theater by night!
Quicksilver is back from our first international tour to the
Festival St-Ambroise FRINGE de Montréal!
From June 12th to 20th, eight of the Quicksilver dancers gave five performances in Montréal of "Tempest in a Teacup," a collection of five dances from the Quicksilver repertory, to enthusiastic audiences; made friends and connections in the vibrant Montréal dance scene; and experienced intriguing and exciting new dance works and classes.
Excitingly, the show was nominated for the festival's 2014 Frankie Awards in the category MOST OUTSTANDING CHOREOGRAPHY/ CHOREOGRAPHER!
"Tempest in a Teacup" received numerous great reviews – check out what they had to say:
"A quiet and refreshing spectacle that transports us." DFDANSE, by Margot Cascarre (French)
"... unpretentious, satisfying dance." The Charlebois Post - Canada, by Sarah Deshaies (English)
"... I dare you to find a company that dances with more heart." Bloody Underrated, by liliumorientalis (English)
and you can read some buzz from the audience on our Fringe website!
Many thanks to The Montréal Fringe Festival, and to its spectacular staff, our tech crew and volunteers for making our tour a success!
We now have a tax-deductible donation option!
Quicksilver Dance is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Quicksilver Dance must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Fractured Atlas has both online and check donation options. If you prefer giving online, please do so through our page on Fractured Atlas’ website: fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=10069.
If you prefer donating by check, the check should be made out to “Fractured Atlas,” and then mailed to:
229 Vassar Street #536
Cambridge, MA 02139
Thank you in advance for your support!
Interested in dance and peacebuilding?
Mariah is available to give lectures about using dance in peacebuilding, based on her thesis from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. A successful guest lecture at Emerson College was described by the professor as "Fascinating, well-delivered and compelling because it brings out the hidden power of dance." Please email email@example.com with inquiries.
Want to commission a dance?
You can join in Quicksilver's creative process while supporting the dancers by commissioning a dance or a dance-on-film! We'll work closely with you to create a unique collaboration. The dance-on-film also makes a wonderful, memorable gift for anniversaries, birthdays and other special occasions. Please enjoy our first dance-on-film, commissioned in 2012, and our second dance-on-film, commissioned in 2013; and contact us for more information.
Mariah Steele/Quicksilver Dance is a modern dance company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts with roots in New York City, directed by choreographer Mariah Steele. Using anthropological inquiry and artistic exploration, our dances delve into contemporary and timeless issues to inspire reflection and imagination and to spark new perspectives and cross-cultural dialogue.