Edisa Weeks in Providence

Edisa Weeks. photo: Tucker Mitchell

Big thanks to New England Foundation for the Arts for supporting the development and sharing of New York-based choreographer Edisa Weeks/Delirious Dances’ 3 RITES: Liberty project at Providence’s WaterFire Arts Center in 2022, in partnership with Motion State Arts! Stay tuned for more info on this community-centered project that digs into the pathologizing of African-Americans and the foundations of liberty in America, through storytelling, communal art-making and visceral dance.

Welcome to the New England Awareness Through Movement® Teacher Training

We love helping spread the word about the benefits of the Feldenkrais Method®. And woot! A new Awareness Through Movement teacher training starts in Brattleboro soon! Check it out to learn more.

Hooray NEA!

Rhythm Bath preview, January 2020.

We are so thankful to the National Endowment for the Arts for their continued support of Studio Susan Marshall. We can’t wait to share our upcoming project with you!

Celebrating Bebe

It was more than a pleasure to honor Bebe Miller at Danspace Project’s Rebel Angels Gala! We feel exceedingly lucky to have worked with Bebe for the past 7+ years on many, many incredible projects, and look forward to many more!

Identity as Prism & Genderful Family-building: The World of “Blood Baby”

Thanks to the Kelly Strayhorn Theater for hosting a fantastic artist talk with Meg Foley, creator/director of Blood Baby, and dramaturg Michèle Steinwald. Watch the recording!

Rosy Simas on Using Dance to Unite Identity, Ancestry & Culture

Rosy Simas’ We Wait in the Darkness (2014). photo: Uche Iroegbu, courtesy of Intermedia Arts

Thanks to Dance Magazine for featuring Rosy Simas!

Creating is a spiritual act for me, rooted in natu­re, formed through my link to the ances­­tors and the land of which we are made. I weave cultural concepts with scientific and philosophical theories. My work unites themes of personal and collective identity with family, matriarchy, sovereignty, equality and healing that centers the voices of those who are Native, Indigenous, Black and People of Color.

Now Published: “The Feldenkrais Method® – Learning Through Movement”

Honored to have helped edit this new book, The Feldenkrais Method® – Learning Through Movement.

As well as providing an introduction to the Feldenkrais Method and its applications, a team of highly qualified contributors, representing a variety of therapeutic professions, explore how the Feldenkrais Method interacts with and supports other professions and modalities, including Pilates, yoga, dance, physical therapy, sports coaching, rehabilitation medicine, and more. 

Welcome to Meg Foley

We are so excited to be Project Manager and Tour Coordinator for Meg Foley’s Blood Baby. This quadriptych, iterative performance project explores the intersectional experiences of gender performance, queer motherhood and parenthood, queer sexuality, and belonging. Stay tuned for lots of exciting updates, and a premiere in 2022/2023!

Motion State Dance Film Series Launches 2020/2021 Season

Thanks to all who came to the Motion State Dance Film Series screening on October 14, in the courtyard behind Troop in Providence! The sky was clear, the cider was hot and the films (nine from around the world) were fantastic. Big thanks to all the artists! (And special thanks to Troop for helping make it happen.) Stay tuned for more screenings around New England to be announced.