placed  (2015) delves into the pressures of continual accomplishment and achievement. The dance's composition requires the performers to physically and psychically navigate a system of defined roles, perplexing rules, and opportunities to negotiate what it means to win.   While the works stand as individual pieces, the ideas initiated in  placed  were further explored, developed, and re-framed in  win. place. show.    Performance History/Future  10.2015 Manship Theatre, Baton Rouge, LA 9.2015 University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC   Credits  Music: Queen, Survivor, Gloria Gaynor Dramaturg: Jeanmarie Higgins Original Lighting Design: Gordon W. Olson Photos: Chris Record
       
     
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  placed  (2015) delves into the pressures of continual accomplishment and achievement. The dance's composition requires the performers to physically and psychically navigate a system of defined roles, perplexing rules, and opportunities to negotiate what it means to win.   While the works stand as individual pieces, the ideas initiated in  placed  were further explored, developed, and re-framed in  win. place. show.    Performance History/Future  10.2015 Manship Theatre, Baton Rouge, LA 9.2015 University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC   Credits  Music: Queen, Survivor, Gloria Gaynor Dramaturg: Jeanmarie Higgins Original Lighting Design: Gordon W. Olson Photos: Chris Record
       
     

placed (2015) delves into the pressures of continual accomplishment and achievement. The dance's composition requires the performers to physically and psychically navigate a system of defined roles, perplexing rules, and opportunities to negotiate what it means to win. 

While the works stand as individual pieces, the ideas initiated in placed were further explored, developed, and re-framed in win. place. show.

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

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

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