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Water Bottle

Show off your support for Mich-Mash with an eco-friendly water bottle! This aluminum water bottle is BPA free and features a Mich-Mash logo (not depicted) so that you can brag about being a supporter of the arts.
Price: $10.00

DVD – The Garden for Wayward Girls/Perchance to Dream 

DVD The Garden for Wayward Girls is about the transformation from childhood to adulthood and how fairy tales influence our adult perspectives. The piece is the story of a female protagonist’s resistance to “growing up” told in an abstract garden that is a graveyard of girlish dreams. Filmed adaptations of fairy tales demonstrate each girl’s experience that instantly transform them from innocent children to responsible adults.Perchance to Dreamis an examination of water’s continual transfiguration from calm harmony to unsettling turmoil and then back again. This cyclical transformation reflects the tumultuous nature of human emotion and experience: it reminds us that in the depths of our toughest moments we always have the knowledge that peace is on the horizon. Through projecting filmed close-ups of water onto dancers swathed in flowing white costumes, I transform my dancers into the embodiment of water.These pieces were performed at the Capital Hill Arts Workshop in May 2011 in a presentation by the Taffety Punk Theatre Company as a part of their Dance Craze Festival.
Price: $5.00

 

 

Download – Dancing in the Streets/Friendship Heights

Dancing in the Streets! was a public performance series that brings dance to people who least expect it – in places they least expect it. Funded in part by a Young Artist Grant from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, this performance took place across the streets from the Friendship Heights metro station in Ward 3. The performer featured is Matina Phillips.For more information about this performance, please visit the project page.
Price: $0.99

 

Download – Dancing in the Streets/Eastern Market

Dancing in the Streets! was a public performance series that brings dance to people who least expect it – in places they least expect it. Funded in part by a Young Artist Grant from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, this performance took place Eastern Market in Ward 6. The featured performer is Margaret Allen.For more information about this performance, please visit the project page.
Price: $0.99

 

 

Download – Dancing in the Streets/Dupont Circle

Dancing in the Streets! was a public performance series that brings dance to people who least expect it – in places they least expect it. Funded in part by a Young Artist Grant from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, this performance took place in Dupont Circle in Ward 2. The performers featured are Margaret Allen, Eleni Grove, Elizabeth Odell.For more information about this performance, please visit the project page.
Price: $0.99

 

 

Download – Dancing in the Streets/Petworth

Dancing in the Streets! was a public performance series that brings dance to people who least expect it – in places they least expect it. Funded in part by a Young Artist Grant from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, this performance took place at the Petworth Farmers Market in Ward 5. The performers featured are Felicia Avalos & Eleni Grove.For more information about this performance, please visit the project page.
Price: $0.99

 

 

Download – The Garden for Wayward Girls

The Garden for Wayward Girls is about the transformation from childhood to adulthood and how fairy tales influence our adult perspectives. The piece is the story of a female protagonist’s resistance to “growing up” told in an abstract garden that is a graveyard of girlish dreams. Filmed adaptations of fairy tales demonstrate each girl’s experience that instantly transform them from innocent children to responsible adults.For more information about this piece, check out the project page.
Price: $0.99

 

 

Download – Perchance to Dream

“Perchance to Dream” is an examination of water’s continual transfiguration from calm harmony to unsettling turmoil and then back again. This cyclical transformation reflects the tumultuous nature of human emotion and experience: it reminds us that in the depths of our toughest moments we always have the knowledge that peace is on the horizon. Through projecting filmed close-ups of water onto dancers swathed in flowing white costumes, I transform my dancers into the embodiment of water.For more information, visit the project page
Price: $0.99
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