PRLog - Feb. 16, 2012 - LANSDOWNE, Pa. -- MM2 Modern Dance will premiere two new works from its upcoming 2012 season of Conversations on Saturday, March 3rd at 7:30pm as part of the Alchemy Dance Performance Fundraiser. Alchemy Dance holds workshops, classes and community outreach programs throughout the year. The annual fundraiser performance makes this possible. This year MM2 Modern Dance Company, InMotion Dance Company, Kristin Narcowich, Putty Dance Project and Jessica C. Warchal-King have all come together to support their efforts. The performance will also feature new and previous work by Alchemy Dance Company.
MM2 Choreographer, Heather Fleischman will present Cookie Cutter, danced by Katelyn Capato, Brianne Scott and Matthew Varvar. In describing her new work, Heather notes, “We are not perfect images of one another, even if we come from the same cloth. We are not stuck in the humdrum of life. We are full of originality;
Choreographer, Jenna Faye Eugenides offers up The Continuing Effects, a piece which examines abandonment and how it can happen in an instant and have lasting, lifetime effects on an individual. This will be danced by Jessica Bryan, Katelyn Capato, Angela Frezzo and Kaylee Goodwin.
Set to debut in late Spring of 2012, Conversations is literally a dialog through movement. With this new work, the company of ten dancers and choreographers explores our most fundamental means of communicating and interacting.
Alchemy Dance Annual Fundraiser Performance
One night only! Saturday, March 3, 2012 at 7:30pm
Featuring: Alchemy Dance, InMotion Dance Company, MM2 Modern Dance Company,
Kristin Narcowich, Putty Dance Project and Jessica C. Warchal-King
The Performance Garage, 1515 Brandywine Street, Philadelphia
Tickets: $10 in advance on Dance Box Office or $15 cash at the door.
MM2 Modern Dance Company
MM2 Modern Dance Company, under the direction of Steven Weisz, has evolved as a leader in imaginative movement and creative collaboration for college age dancers as well as post-college dance majors in career transition.
MM2 dancers are committed to creating a new body of work each year, in which the dancers themsleves have the opportunity to create the actual choreography to be presented. This provides a unique opportunity for dancers to explore the choreographic process and have a chance to present their work to both the professional dance community as well as the public.
MM2 is committed to touring the works created, throughout the greater Philadelphia region as well as nationally and even abroad as oportunities present. In addition to choreography and performance, MM2 positively impacts children, students, and communities through student performances, workshops, and post-show discussions.
It is the vision of MM2 to deliver positive, affirming and life-enriching experiences to audiences, through the medium of dance and movement, while also developing new dance fans by creating works of artistry that engage and motivate audiences.
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