Company SBB Stefanie Batten Bland
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Company SBB Stefanie Batten Bland

Company SBB Stefanie Batten Bland - upcoming events


University Settlement Artist-in-Residence
Dec
12
to Dec 23

University Settlement Artist-in-Residence

During the residency at University Settlement - Company SBB will be rehearsing a new work titled Bienvenue. 

Performance Project:
Bienvenue is an interdisciplinary, immersive performance that examines the willingness to welcome and share space with incoming immigrants to the United States. It also delves into the paranoia of terror and competition that is currently influencing our citizenry to prohibit access to our borders. Bienvenue has been commissioned by La MaMa Moves and will premiere there in May 2017. 

Community Connection:
Stefanie Batten Bland plans to connect more deeply to University Settlement's Early Childhood Programs (she is already the parent of one of our preschool students). Throughout her residency, she will deepen her interactions with teachers and parents, most of whom are either first- or second-generation immigrants. She will lead workshops that will culminate in a community-produced open house festival in early spring

For more info universitysettlement.org

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 Jerome Robbins Award Ceremony and Performance
Nov
7
6:30 PM18:30

Jerome Robbins Award Ceremony and Performance

Stefanie Batten Bland has been selected by the Jerome Robbins Foundation to receive the coveted 2016 Jerome Robbins Award alongside Tony-nominated writer and director Alex Timbers.

This award will be officially presented at an invitation-only performance event to be held at the Baryshnikov Arts Center.

During the ceremony Company SBB and Burnt Sugar Arkestra will perform an excerpt from Patient(ce).

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Patient(ce) New Brunswick
Sep
9
7:30 PM19:30

Patient(ce) New Brunswick

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Patient(ce) - a physical Requiem

An evening-length, interdisciplinary work inspired by father-daughter conversations between choreographer Stefanie Batten Bland and controversial composer and filmmaker Ed Bland and featuring the futuristic jazz ensemble Burnt Sugar Arkestra Chamber and a visual installation by Alaric Hahn.

 

For more info newjerseystage.com

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