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Streaming on YouTube | Friday, March 19 @ 7p.m.

Creative Team

Carolyn Dorfman
Founding Artistic Director
Jacqueline Dumas Albert
Associate Artistic Director
Katlyn Waldo
Rehearsal Director
Russell Aubrey
Costume Designer
Anna-Alisa Belous
Costume Designer
Stephanie Byrnes Harrell
Production Stage Manager
Doug Elkins
Choreographer/
Artistic Director
Pete List
Composer/
Musician
Daphna Mor
Composer/
Musician
Renée Jaworski
Pilobolus Co-Artistic Director/
Choreographer
Jessie Reagen Mann
Composer/
Musician
David Van Tiegham
Composer/
Sound Designer
Thom Weaver
Lighting Designer
 

Dance Company

Samanha Altenau
Jarred Bosch
Nina Chong-Jimenez
Caroline Dietz
Jacqueline Dumas Albert
Lara M. Friedman-Kats
Quinton Guthier
Brandon Jones
Kaila Moses
Katlyn Waldo
 

Choreographers

Carolyn Dorfman
Doug Elkins
Renée Jaworski
Carolyn Dorfman
Dance Dancers

 After the YouTube Premiere with Carolyn Dorfman Dance ends, join us for a special Q&A session
with Carolyn Dorfman via Zoom!

https://ccbcmd.zoom.us/j/81619391772?pwd=NUNBeHlkOU1jRHFLRUJwbW9vZjdNQT09 
Passcode: 593028

 


Funded In Part By 

National Endowment for the Arts

Virginia Cretella Mars Foundation

Harold J. Kaplan Foundation

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Program

FACETS REDUX (A collage of excerpts from dances about love)
All Choreography by Carolyn Dorfman unless otherwise noted.
All video production by PCK Media unless otherwise noted.

Keystone (Movement 1)
Music by Rufus Wainwright*
Lighting Design by Simon Cleveland

Costume Design by Anna-Alisa Belous
Creation and Premiere Cast: Jacqueline Dumas Albert and Louie Marin
Video by Nel Shelby Productions

Cercle d’Amour (The Two Skyscrapers Who Decided to Have a Child)
Music by Andy Teirstein, from the album Mannahatta
Costume and Prop Design by Anna-Alisa Belous
Original Lighting Design by Paul Hudson, recreated by Stephanie Byrnes Harrell
Custom Hula Hoop Construction and Workshops by Kayti Bunny Roberts
Performance by Quinton Guthier and Nina Chong-Jimenez with Brandon Jones

Creation and Premiere Cast: Jacqueline Dumas Albert and Louie Marin with Timothy Kotchka

Love Suite Love (I Fall to Pieces)
Music by Patsy Cline**
Costume Design by Russell Aubrey
Reimagined Lighting Design by Thom Weaver, recreated by Stephanie Byrnes Harrell
Performance by Caroline Dietz, Lara M. Friedman-Kats, Kaila Moses

Original Creation and Premiere Cast: Lisa Bonomini, Dina Macione and Robin Shevitz

PRIMA! (I Want You to Be My Baby)
Music by Louis Prima featuring Gia Maione Prima***
Costume Design by Anna-Alisa Belous
Lighting Design by Stephanie Byrnes Harrel
Original Creation and Premiere Cast: Jarred Bosch, Nina Chong-Jimenez, Caroline Dietz, Quinton Guthier, Brandon Jones, Kaila Moses, and Katlyn Waldo

Narcoleptic Lovers (Finale)
Choreography by Doug Elkins; restaged by Frithay Pengell
Music by Sinead O’Connor
Costume Design by Anna-Alisa Belous
Lighting Design by Simon Cleveland, recreated by Stephanie Byrnes Harrell
Performance by Katlyn Waldo with Video Performance by Mica Bernas and Louie Marin
Video by PCK Media and Nel Shelby Productions

Original Carolyn Dorfman Dance Premiere Cast: Jacqueline Dumas Albert, Mica Bernas and Louie Marin

*“Hallelujah” performed by Rufus Wainwright; Copyright 1985 Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC.  All rights administered by Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, 8 Music Square West, Nashville, TN 37203. All rights reserved.  Used by permission.

**Used with permission of Ranwood Records, a Welk music group and company

***“I Want You to Be My Baby” by Louis Prima & Sam Butera & The Witnesses & Gia Maione (1962) from “Lake Tahoe Prima Style.” Used with permission.

The creation of KEYSTONE was supported in part by a 2011 Choreography Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts (NJSCA); LOVE SUITE LOVE was created with major sponsorship from the AT&T, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundations and a Choreography Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State. PRIMA! was commissioned by the Gia Maione Prima Foundation and Ocean County College. It is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Gia Maione Prima Foundation, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, and the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation.

WAVES (Excerpts)
Choreography by Carolyn Dorfman
Commissioned Music Composition and Recording by Pete List (Beatboxing, Shahi Baaja, Vocals), Jessie Reagen Mann (Cello, Vocals), and Daphna Mor (Recorders, Vocals)
Original Lighting Design by Marika Kent, recreated by Stephanie Byrnes Harrell
Costume Design by Anna-Alisa Belous
Performance by Jarred Bosch, Nina Chong-Jimenez, Caroline Dietz, Lara M. Friedman-Kats, Quinton Guthier, Brandon Jones, Kaila Moses, and Katlyn Waldo.
Additional dancers in final section: Justin Dominic, Jenny Gillan-Powell, and Elise Pacicco
Final Video section by Francesco Cordaro

Original Creation and Premiere Cast: Caroline Dietz, Justin Dominic, Adam Gauzza, Jenny Gillan-Powell, Ashleigh Hunter, Brandon Jones, Ae-Soon Kim, Louie Marin, Rian Maxwell, and Katlyn Waldo
WAVES is made possible, in part, by grants from New Music USA, The O’Donnell-Green Music and Dance Foundation with generous support from the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation.

Snap Crackle Pop
Choreography by Carolyn Dorfman, Renée Jaworski, Co-Artistic Director of Pilobolus, and the dancers of Carolyn Dorfman Dance
Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
Costume Design by Anna-Alisa Belous
Lighting Design by Thom Weaver
Creation and Premiere Cast: Caroline Dietz, Justin Dominic, Lara M. Friedman-Kats, Jenny Gillan-Powell, Quinton Guthier, Brandon Jones, Elise Pacicco, Eric Parra, Marie Lloyd Paspe, and Katlyn Waldo
Video by Nel Shelby Productions

Snap Crackle Pop was co-commissioned by NJPAC (New Jersey Performing Arts Center) with generous support from The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation, New Music USA and Pilobolus. In this ground-breaking collaboration, Carolyn Dorfman Dance exclusively toured Snap Crackle Pop for two years before it joined the touring repertory of Pilobolus. This is the first time in the history of Pilobolus that a work that was created on another dance company joined their repertory.

  PRODUCTION STAFF  

For Carolyn Dorfman Dance
Stephanie Byrnes Harrell

Production Director/Stage Manager
Josh Leslierandal
Assistant Stage Manager

For CCBC and Towson University Dance
Melinda Blomquist

CCBC Dance Company Artistic Director
Candice Webster
Education Director, Towson University Community Dance
Dr. Anne M. Lefter
Director, CCBC Performing Arts
Johanna Lawrence
Administrative Assistant, CCBC Performing Arts
Cathy Kratovil
CCBC Communications Assistant
Lisa L. Boeren
CCBC Box Office Manager
Nathan Brigham
CCBC Multimedia Designer

 

Thank you for joining us for this special concert event with Carolyn Dorfman Dance! Did you know tonight’s performance is just one piece of an exciting collaboration between CCBC and Towson University to build a pathway for the future leaders of the dance field – from high school, to Dance at CCBC, to Towson University Dance, and into the professional dance community. Learn more about our plans to build a road by dancing, and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and via email to hear more about this residency program in the coming years.

We look forward to welcoming you in person, when we are able to return to our stages. Until then, we are grateful to have shared this singular moment in dance with you.

 

   SPECIAL THANKS  

Dr. Sandra Kurtinitis
CCBC President
Dr. Joaquin Martinez
CCBC Provost & Vice President of Instruction
Dr. Rich Lilley
CCBC Vice President of Enrollment & Student Services
Dr. William Watson
Dean, CCBC School of Arts & Communication
Dr. Regina Carlow
Dean, Towson University Fine Arts
Professor Patti Crossman
Chair, CCBC Performing Arts & Humanities
Dr. Rebecca Ocampo
CCBC Arts Pathways Coordinator
Dr. Anne M. Lefter
Director, CCBC Performing Arts
Johanna Lawrence
Administrative Assistant, CCBC Performing Arts
Cathy Kratovil
Communications Assistant, CCBC School of Arts & Communication
Sharon Federowicz
CCBC Acting Purchasing Director

Carolyn Dorfman Dance thanks SOPAC, Executive Director Dee Billia and President of the Board, Paul Bartick, and talented staff for their extraordinary support and for providing a home for our rehearsal, creation and filming processes during these unprecedented times.


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