Upcoming events:

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Past events:

June 4-6, 2019


Shared evening with Garnet Henderson

HERE Arts Center, New York NY

Revival of WEST and EAST on a shared evening with Garnet Henderson’s Address and Our Bodies Get Too Far Apart.

Tickets $20

April 10, 2019


Guest performer with composer Dan Siegler in “Concréte Jungle”

Matthew Marks Gallery, New York NY

event for alumni and friends of Bennington College and their guests

March 3, 2019


30u30:3 Opening Reception

No. Six Depot, West Stockbridge MA

The rubble and the clang, a durational solo performance (4-5:30pm)

Free and open to the public

December 6-8, 2018


DoublePlus: Julian Barnett + Mina Nishimura, curated by Kota Yamazaki

The Theater, Gibney 280 Broadway

Sinking while Floating, Singing while Thinking by Mina Nishimura (with Emily Climer, Samuel Hanson, and Tyler Rai)

Tickets $15-20

June 9-10, 2018


New Dance Alliance Performance Mix Festival: 32 @ University Settlement, New York NY

The return of How difficult is it for one body on a shared evening with Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company and João Costa Espinho. Saturday at 7pm, Sunday at 1pm.

Tickets: $15 for one program or $20 for a full day of programs.


February 14, 2018


Judson Memorial Church Ash Wednesday service, New York NY

Moving in dialogue with the service; a physical meditation on Genesis 3:19: "for dust you are and to dust you will return." 6:30pm, free and open to the public


January 19, 2018


92nd St Y "Fridays At Noon", New York NY

Premiere of EAST on a shared program with Biba Bell, Peter Cheng, and Gierre Godley.

Tickets $10/advance, $20/door.


January 4-7 and 11-12, 2018


FEATURING... (A curated, split bill) with Shon Arieh-Lerer, Elena Rose Light, LMnO3, and Anna Rogovoy, The Exponential Festival @ Triskelion Arts, Brooklyn NY

Premiere of CENTER, new solo performance.

Tickets $18/advance, $22/door.


November 21, 2017


Vital Joint, Brooklyn NY

Work-in-progress showing of EAST, a new trio with Rebecca Hadley and Pareena Lim. Informal shared evening with Boom Bat Gesture Performance Group. 8pm, FREE.


January 20-28, 2017


JACK, Brooklyn NY

Premiere of How difficult is it for one body (extended edition) as part of One Catches Light Festival/Exponential Festival, commissioned by the Brooklyn Gypsies. Four artists per evening, tickets $15 for one show, $25 for all four shows.

Performance times: 1/20 9:30pm, 1/21 8pm, 1/22 11pm, 1/26 9:30pm, 1/27 6:30pm, 1/28 6:30pm


September 15-17, 2016


JACK, Brooklyn NY

Premiere of How difficult is it for one body as part of OYE! Avant-Garde Night. Tickets $18 in advance, $20 at the door.


September 2-4, 2016


The Cocoon Theatre, Poughkeepsie NY

How difficult is it for one body work-in-progress showing as part of NO THEME Performance Festival. Tickets $20 at the door.


September 4, 2016


The Cocoon Theatre, Poughkeepsie NY

Open-level improvisation based in gaga and somatic practices. By donation at the door.


August 26, 2016


New York City Center Studios, New York NY

Showing of Merce Cunningham's Inlets 2 staged by Jamie Scott and Jean Freebury. Free.


May 27, 2016


New York City Center Studios, New York NY

Showing of Merce Cunningham's TV Rerun staged by Melissa Toogood. Free.


March 15, 2016


Eden's Expressway, New York NY

NY premiere of West, choreographed by Anna Rogovoy with Rebecca Hadley and Benny Olk. Free.


February 18-25, 2016


Bennington College, Bennington VT

Weeklong residency to support the creation of West, a new work for Rebecca Hadley and Benny Olk by and with Anna Rogovoy. Includes a culminating showing on February 25, free.


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