[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] Contact Class Sun Nov 3rd 1pm Gabrielle Revlock

Curt Haworth curthaworth at gmail.com
Thu Oct 31 08:14:29 EDT 2019

CI class this Sunday November 3rd will be taught by Gabrielle Revlock

Location: Headlong Studios, 1170 S. Broad St. (near Broad/Federal SEPTA
1 to 3 PM, every Sunday, $10 drop-in
Please arrive in time to dress and be ready to go at 1pm

Class Description: We will be exploring the connection between the head and
the tail and how bringing awareness to these two points can support an easy
decent to the ground, suspended lifts and playful inversions. Open to
people with all levels of experience in contact improvisation.

Gabrielle Revlock is a performer, choreographer, and improviser. Her work
depicts complicated but relatable interpersonal relationships, developed
through meticulous character study and improvisational structures. Her work
has been presented across the USA, in Japan, Netherlands, Singapore,
Hungary, Russia and India and in NYC at venues including New York Live
Arts, JACK, Joyce Soho, Gibney and CPR. She is a 2019 Target Margin
Institute Fellow and was on Wendy Perron’s Best of 2018 list for her duet
Show No Show. As a dancer, she has performed for Lucinda Childs, Jumatatu
Poe, Susan Rethorst, Christopher Williams, Vicky Shick, Bill Young and Jane
Comfort. Gabrielle teaches contact improvisation for Movement Research and
is a facilitator of the Brooklyn Contact Jam. More at GabrielleRevlock.com.

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