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Threshold Sites: Feast

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Dance

CHOREOGRAPHED AND DIRECTED BY NICOLE STANTON IN COLLABORATION WITH THE PERFORMERS
PERFORMED BY RACHEL BOGGIA, DEBORAH GOFFE, NICHOLAS OWENS, IDDI SAAKA, AND NICOLE STANTON
SOUND DESIGN BY NICOLE STANTON, DEBORAH GOFFE, AND MATT CARAWAY
VENUE: INAUGURAL PERFORMANCE AT THE CROSS STREET DANCE STUDIO AND PERFORMANCE SPACE; WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY; APRIL 2014


 

VENUE:  WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY BESSIE SCHONBERG STUDIO; MIDDLETOWN, CT; MARCH 2013
CHOREOGRAPHED AND DIRECTED BY NICOLE STANTON IN COLLABORATION WITH THE PERFORMERS
PERFORMED BY DEBORAH GOFFE, KAREN IVY, NIK OWENS, AND IDDI SAAKA


 

VENUE: WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY BESSIE SCHONBERG STUDIO; MIDDLETOWN, CT; NOVEMBER 2009
CHOREOGRAPHED AND DIRECTED BY NICOLE STANTON IN COLLABORATION WITH THE PERFORMERS
PERFORMERS/COLLABORATORS DANCE AND SPOKEN WORD: KIM DENSEN, KATJA KOLCIO, AINE MCCARTHY, ANNIE PERRETA BOLAONG RAMIZ, POALS SPERIN, AND NICOLE STANTON
SINGERS: KATJA KOLCIO, MAGDA KOLCIO, NESTOR KOLCIO, IRMA PYLESHENKO, AND MIRKO PYLESHENKO
WESLEYAN FACULTY COLLABORATORS: MICHAEL SINGER (BIOLOGY), GINA ULYSSE (ANTHROPOLOGY), AND ANDREA OLSEN (MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE)


This project is a moving exploration of the relationships between body/self, home/community, and environment/ecosystem through the lens of food.  It took off from a central question: how does the way we experience and enact our own corporeality impact the way we live in and experience our communities and our environments?

Threshold Sites: Feast was supported by the Center for the Arts’ “Creative Campus Initiative,” the Wesleyan University Department of Dance, and the Wesleyan University College of the Environment. This project is the culmination of Nicole Stanton’s 2013 Fellowship in the College of the Environment’s 2013, “Reinvisoning the Commons,” and other campus interdisciplinary initiatives such as the Center for the Arts’ “Feet to the Fire.”