Dixon Place: Under Exposed, Curated by Doug Post November 2016 Directed/Choreographed by Liz Charky in collaboration with Elizabeth Furman, Lucia Knell, Alex Michaud, Talia Moreta video: Cecilia Brown
I'm Afraid of Everyone (excerpts)
Movement Research at the Judson Church Choreographer/Director: Liz Charky Performers/Collaborators: Belinda Adam, Elizabeth Furman, Lucia Knell, Alex Michaud, Talia Moreta ideo: Quentin Burley
Created and consulted on choreography for Two Headed Rep's performance series: "Never Under Any Circumstances" at Temporary Storage (April-May 2017) http://twoheadedrep.com/
Aristophanes' Lysistrata directed and adapted by Lily Riopelle with songs by Cody Owen Stine
photo: Ashley Garrett
Directed & Performed by Liz Charky and Lucia Knell Music/Text: "How To Have A Successful Job Interview" provided by Career and Transfer Center at Schoolcraft College
photo: Cecilia Brown
I'm a Failure
I'm a Failure
Directed and Choreographed by Liz Charky
Performed by Ayano Elson, Meredith Friedman, Elizabeth Furman, Lucia Knell, Amanda Ostrove, Candace Taylor
Presented by Triskelions Arts, October 2015.
Photos: Benji Ashe video: Lily Plotkin
Right is a marriage of movement and sound that uses humor to depict and consider responses to parochial upbringing. With its unpredictable nature, the piece allows the lines amongst music, dance and theatrical storytelling to become translucent.
Right is a piece by Liz Charky and Andrew Stein-Zeller.
I love that negative space ! is the first iteration of a two-part suite conveying individual and collective experiences of intimacy and relationships. The majority of the piece is performed in silence with a focus on rhythm, repetition and endurance.
The work is a duet, originally performed by Liz Charky and Skyler Volpe.
i love that negative space ! - part two
I love that negative space ! is the second iteration of a two-part suite that expresses individual and collective experiences of intimacy and relationships. Dancers deliver moments of repetition, endurance and humor to convey both abstract and relatable representations of romance. The physical deconstruction of the costumes will further contextualize the movement, while transforming the space.
The second part of the suite is a collaboration among choreographer Liz Charky, costume designer Tory Gordon, composer John Dodig and performers Rhea Corson-Higgs, Amy Gernux, Lucia Knell, Sammi Shay, Grace Phelan and Skyler Volpe.
Photos: Allen Ying
to the place where one lives
To the place where one lives
Choreography/Performance: Liz Charky, Emma Villavecchia