Split Bill Spoken Motion: An evening of danced poetry -PLUS- The Best Time I Broke My Arm Katrina M Phillip -plus- Jill Hockett

About This Show

Spoken Motion: An evening of danced poetry
by choreographer Katrina M Phillip

“Where have all the poets gone?”  Choreographer Katrina M Phillip, moved by the death of poet Maya Angelou challenges a group of dancers by prompting them  to use poetry as the driving force of storytelling and creating movement.  10 NYC poets, 8 composers, and 7 dancers come together to create an evening where words and stories come to life.

The Best Time I Broke My Arm
Jill Hockett

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About the Artists

Katrina Marie Phillip has been living in New York City for over 11 years performing, choreographing, and teaching dance and fitness. Katrina is excited to be presenting here at the Dixon Place once again. Her works have also been seen at St. Luke’s 46th St. Off Broadway Theater, The Manhattan Movement & Arts Center, The Hudson Guild Theater, Steps on Broadway, DANY, Ailey Studios, and at Chicago’s Athenaeum Theater.

Jill Hockett is an emerging artist whose movement-based work is funny, feminist, and unpredictable. Her solo The Best Time I Broke My Arm was called one of the highlights of the Performance Mix Festival at HERE Arts Center by the NY Theatre Wire. Jill is the dance curator at the Tank, where she has created and continues to produce two new unique series, xyz nyc and (kin)aesthetics, and sits on the Advisory Board. She earned a BA in Theater and Dance from Trinity College and attended the Trinity/La MaMa program.

Thursday, Apr. 23 at 7:30pm

General Admission
$12 in advance
$15 at the door


Estimated Runtime
55 minutes

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Spoken Motion
Lexie Bean, Michael Braugher, Ariel Daly, Dillon Grabel, Stacey Lightman, Frank Messina, Kiki Sabater, Kenneth Thompson, Jamara Wakefield, Justin Woo

Michael Braugher, Seth Bisen-Hersh, Countless Others, Keith Jordan, Alon Nechushtan, PostModernTribe,
Rey Soriano Jr., Jamara Wakefield

Kayla Boone-Shanahan, Tiffini DeNinis, Carly Flynn, Danielle Hauschnecht (assistant), Katrina Phillip (creator/choreographer), Chaz Jackson, Aleta Walker

Image Credit
Katrina M Phillip