placed  (2015) delves into a perceived prerogative of our current cultural moment—the imperative to continually and constantly "perform." The dance's composition asks us to physically and psychically navigate a system of defined roles, perplexing rules, and opportunities to negotiate what it means to win.    Performance History/Future  10.2015 Manship Theatre, Baton Rouge, LA 9.2015 University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC   Credits  Music: Queen, Survivor Dramaturg: Jeanmarie Higgins Original Lighting Design: Gordon W. Olson Photos: Chris Record
       
     
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  placed  (2015) delves into a perceived prerogative of our current cultural moment—the imperative to continually and constantly "perform." The dance's composition asks us to physically and psychically navigate a system of defined roles, perplexing rules, and opportunities to negotiate what it means to win.    Performance History/Future  10.2015 Manship Theatre, Baton Rouge, LA 9.2015 University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC   Credits  Music: Queen, Survivor Dramaturg: Jeanmarie Higgins Original Lighting Design: Gordon W. Olson Photos: Chris Record
       
     

placed (2015) delves into a perceived prerogative of our current cultural moment—the imperative to continually and constantly "perform." The dance's composition asks us to physically and psychically navigate a system of defined roles, perplexing rules, and opportunities to negotiate what it means to win. 

Performance History/Future
10.2015 Manship Theatre, Baton Rouge, LA
9.2015 University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC

Credits
Music: Queen, Survivor
Dramaturg: Jeanmarie Higgins
Original Lighting Design: Gordon W. Olson
Photos: Chris Record

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