Studio showings are one way to experience concert dance in a more intimate setting. Removing the distance between the performers and audience exploits vulnerability. This ultimately can lead to a genuine connections between the dancers, live musicians and audience that may be unique to the setting and deeply satisfying in its own way. I was […]
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Marissa Horton and Karl Watson of Visceral Dance Chicago Monica Cervantes, “Changes” Rehearsal at Visceral Dance Center Chicago Photo: Leni Manaa-Hoppenworth
“How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a weary world.” ― William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice To all the fire starters in the dance world who illuminate my life and to all those who continue to fan the flames, I thank you. Have a brilliant holiday. Leni […]
Congratulations to Nick Pupillo’s Visceral Dance Chicago on their inaugural performance Thursday 11/21/13!
Check out Karl on stage at the Harris Theatre this Thursday, November 21, 2013! Visceral Dance Chicago’s Inaugural Benefit Performance
Congratulations to our newest sponsored company Visceral Dance Chicago on their sneak peek studio performance at Visceral Dance Center. Support these fine dancers and buy your tickets now for the Visceral Inaugural Benefit November 21, 2013 at the Harris Theatre. See more photos from the studio reception and showing 2013-10-17 here.
“Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” T.S.Eliot
There are many opportunities to dance in Chicago. Have you tried Nick’s contemporary jazz classes at Visceral Dance Chicago? Check out the combination from last night’s class:
Seeking male and female dancers for upcoming performance. Audition is this Sunday, Aug 26, 5:30pm at Visceral Dance Chicago. Performance description: 45 min evening long work by the collaborative efforts of choreographer, Eddy Ocampo and lighting designer, Josh Weckesser. Performance is in a shared program with NoMi LaMad Dance and closes the Dance Chicago Festival […]