Choreography and coaching by Deborah Hay, co-choreographed and performed by Eric Geiger, Jess Humphrey, Leslie Seiters. You can find all things pause, here.
We (Jess Humphrey, Leslie Seiters, and Eric Geiger) each wrote abstracts on shaking, touching, and queering, respectively, and applied to present them in a themed formal session at the Arts Practice Research conference at Texas Tech University in October of 2015. This particular constellation of verbs does not alone represent our work, but our orientation
Directed by Leslie Seiters, more UNICORN continues the work of UNICORN. In Leslie’s words: more UNICORN is a dance assembled from a suspicion that we can’t make magic happen AND a belief that magic is inevitable every time. We practice and exploit contradictions with our bodies, each other, the choreographic process, and our relationship
UNICORN is directed by Leslie Seiters. UNICORN is assembled from a suspicion that we can’t make magic happen AND a belief that magic is inevitable every time. In this evening by Leslie Seiters/little known dance theater we practice and exploit contradictions with our bodies, each other, the choreographic process, and our relationship to the audience.
with Leslie Seiters/Little Known Dance Theater Can there be value in loitering, doodling, and idling given contemporary imperatives for measured advancement? What are the physical and narrative implications of circling as opposed to forward movement? How does looping transport? What traces are left? This evening length performance, directed by Leslie Seiters, is a collaboration between