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moon& - 2018
“one of LA's finest dance companies” - LA Dance Chronicle
moon& is Zaletel's 5th evening length work for szalt, premiering in partnership with LAPP and an historical presenter in Los Angeles in late-summer 2018.
szalt is in the creation process January - August 2018. As the new work is in development, we will be opening our doors to audiences over the course of 3 rehearsals in order to share our process with the community. Join us!
- OPEN REHEARSAL #1 Monday February 19 @ Pieter Performance Space - 7pm
- OPEN REHEARSAL #2 - TBA
- OPEN REHEARSAL #3 - TBA
In this early stage of process, moon& explores themes of physical and emotional gravity, darkness, lightness, closeness, layers of self, a connection to nature, loss, cycles, renewal, forgiveness, and time.
We cannot wait to share our work and this process with you.
- CHOREOGRAPHY - Stephanie Zaletel
- LIVE SOUND - Louis Lopez & Jonathan Snipes
- REHEARSAL DIRECTION - Jordan Saenz
- LIGHTING DESIGN - Pablo Santiago Brandwein
- CAST - Lindsey Lollie, Eden Orrick, Sarah Prinz, Amir Rappaport, Mecca Romero, Stephanie Zaletel
MARSHMALLOW SEA - 2017
“a unique choreographic voice, creating work that is meditative, introspective, haunting, and... dream-like.” - SeeDance
MARSHMALLOW SEA is the latest evening-length work from Stephanie Zaletel, examining water symbols, conservation, sustainability, and dream logic. The work begins where their last work, WATER STORIES, left off. It dives beyond linear stories and submits to a staggered, interrupted pace, and an overwhelming exposure of memories. Jonathan Snipes (of clipping.) performs a live sound score utilizing MaxMSP, field recordings, and a modular synth to offer a habitual sonic atmosphere. Original costumes by Amabelle Aguiluz and set design by prolific recycling artist Clare Graham.
MARSHMALLOW SEA premiered in Seattle, WA at Velocity Dance Center, and performed at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe, NM. We are thrilled to welcome the company back for their hometown premiere.