Company SBB Stefanie Batten Bland
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Company SBB Stefanie Batten Bland

Company SBB Stefanie Batten Bland - upcoming events

'Germe'  at Mona Bismarck American Center | Paris, France
May
22
to May 25

'Germe' at Mona Bismarck American Center | Paris, France

MAY 22 – 3 PM to 6 PM: ATELIER ‘GERME’

MAY 23 – 7 PM: ON INVITATION ONLY – PERFORMANCE OVERVIEW WELCOME

MAY 24 – 7 PM, 8 PM, 9 PM, 10 PM: PERFORMANCES ‘GERME’ (20 min) / FREE ON REGISTRATION

MAY 25 – 2 PM, 3 PM, 4 PM, 5 PM: ‘GERME’ PERFORMANCE (20 min) / FREE ON REGISTRATION

More Info visit: https://www.monabismarck.org/events/performance-program-out-of-residency-with-company-stefanie-batten-bland


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Eve's Song
Nov
8
to Dec 9

Eve's Song

Discover Eve’s Song by Ione Lloyd.

Directed by Jo Bonney with Movement Direction by Stefanie Batten Bland. This hybrid theatre play is a dark comedy that invites us to laugh,  fear and think. As in life itself, there are no easy answers.

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La Mama Umbria: International Symposium for Directors
Jul
16
to Jul 20

La Mama Umbria: International Symposium for Directors

La Mama Umbria: International Symposium for Directors

STEFANIE BATTEN BLAND

Cross Pollination: An approach to dance-theatre

This workshop will explore and increase creativity for makers looking to frame and support alternative productions. Theatre training generates creative ways of being for dancers. Movement exercises liberate actors, allowing a dynamic decision making both physically and vocally. This workshop enables action and reaction to learnt and improvised material. Participants will leave with concrete scenic tools and articulate theories to address social and communal issues within work and explore their skills and limits.

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SBB Guest Artist at Movement Invention Project Summer Intensive
Jun
18
to Jun 22

SBB Guest Artist at Movement Invention Project Summer Intensive

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MOVEMENT INVENTION PROJECT® (MIP®) is a unique summer dance intensive in New York City for advanced dancers. Dancers work with an extraordinary faculty of teachers, choreographers, and mentors in a project that encourages risk-taking, creativity, and the development of improvisational skills in a supportive environment,
preparing the dancer to work in collaboration with today's choreographers.  

The program includes ballet, improvisation workshops, and the exploration of the creative process.

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Stefanie Batten Bland at Dance/NYC Symposium 2018
Feb
25
3:30 PM15:30

Stefanie Batten Bland at Dance/NYC Symposium 2018

Dance/NYC Symposium 2018
Dance and Climate Change

3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Studio M, Capacity: 150

This session how dance artists are addressing climate change and environmental justice through art and activism.

Featured Speakers:

  • Trellis Stepter, Program Officer, Mertz Gilmore Foundation 
  • Davalois Fearon, Founder & Artistic Director, Davalois Fearon Dances
  • Jill Sigman, Choreographer and Founder, jill sigman/thinkdance
  • Jody Sperling, Artistic Director, Time Lapse Dance
  • Lynn Neuman, Director Artichoke Dance Company, Regional Partner of Global Water Dances
  • Stefanie Batten Bland, Choreographraphic Artist and Artistic Director, Company Stephanie Batten Bland
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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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