photograph by thomas palmer

Recent

Dances by Daniel McCusker – May 2013

Including a work-in-progress choreographed with Paul Sarvis and Sara Smith

Saturday, May 4, 2013, 8:00
Sunday, May 5, 2013, 5:00

Tufts University

Jackson Gym Dance Lab, 50 Talbot Avenue, Medford MA

Tickets

$20 | $15 (seniors/students/BDA members) checks or cash only — no credit cards
Reservations recommended: 617.510.9644

performers

Alison Ball, Sarah Baumert, Kemar Bennett, Leah Bergmann, Adriane Brayton, Rebecca Lay, Crissy Liu, Marissa Molinar, Wanda Stukus, Jaclyn Waguespack

bobrauschenbergamerica

Directed by Natalya Baldyga in collaboration with Daniel McCusker

April 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 & 20, 2013

Tufts University
Balch Arena Theater

Curry College

Milton MA
lecture/demonstration
March 20, 2013

Great Friends Dance Festival

Great Friends Meeting House
presented by Island Moving Company
Newport, RI
July 18 & 19, 2012

thisthat show nos.4+5

January 12-21

ThisThatShow

thisthatshow.org

CENTRAL SQUARE THEATER 450 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139
Celebrating a broadly defined group of local dance-makers, dance, theater and installation artists, these performances showcase a group who are very different from each other other but all of whom share interests in structure, the possibilities of process and the intuitive. Many of the works present a non-linear and non-narrative field in which moments of connection and beauty are revealed where least expected.

World Music / CRASHarts presents
CORBETT / DONOVAN / McCUSKER

Friday October 1–2, 2011
Institute of Contemporary Art

Three of Boston’s leading dance companies present world premiere works as well as signature repertory pieces. Choreographer Caitlin Corbett juxtaposes the sublime beauty of everyday movement with the innovation of contemporary dance. Daniel McCusker’s ravishingly pure dances combine rigorous geometrical structure, edgy dynamics and idiosyncratic gestures to demonstrate stories filled with intense emotional content. Kelley Donovan & Dancers create dynamic movement rich in imagery that viscerally expresses transformation by exploring the gray area between the extremes of purely classical modern dance and theatrical narrative.