Like someone who wants to be alone with their laughter

Upcoming works:

Ken James is choreographing and directing a new dance installation project.

Like someone who wants to be alone with their laughter‘ is a digital interactive dance installation consisting of a three-sided room with projections on the inside and outside walls. Dealing with themes of connection and separation, obscurification and clarity, this installation works to engage the audience so that they have a visceral, embodied experience of the work.

12 dance and movement artists from Berlin to San Francisco will participate in the creative work for this piece, plus 6 artists behind the scenes working on sound, sets and video.

 

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Upcoming performances

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August Festival Modern Dance Concert

August 19th, 2018. Des Moines, Iowa

Grand View Viking Theatre, 2811 E. 14th Street in Des Moines, on Sunday, Aug. 19 at 2 p.m. Hurley & Dancers includes six dancers from the Des Moines metro area.  Fellow Travelers Performance Group originates from San Francisco and is noted for interdisciplinary, site specific and installation works. Sean Thomas Boyt, originally from Iowa now presents his work in Philadelphia, Washington DC and New York City. Co’Motion Dance Theatre is based in Ames and has traveled the states from Montana to Maryland presenting performances and all-age workshops. Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for children and may be purchased at the door.

 

Dumbo Dance Festival

2018 DUMBO DANCE FESTIVAL: A FOUR-DAY SPECTACULAR PRESENTING 75+ COMPANIES FROM NEW YORK & AROUND THE WORLD

Saturday, October 13th from 4-5:30pm

Warning Signs, choreographed by Ken James. Duet with video.

Sunday, October 14th, 6-7:30

A Woman’s Perspective, choreographed by Cynthia Adams, Duet.

ISU student work, Fall 2017

A Good Night For Ghosts was created on the Iowa State University Orchesis I Dance Company in the Fall of 2017 and performed in February 2018.

I want to say that it was a pleasure working with these dancers. They put a lot of hard work, creativity and themselves into this piece. The video is lovely, but does not do them justice in the level of performance, skill and professionalism of these performances.