- $25 General
- $20 Members and Full-Time Students
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Experience two of the most recent pieces by noted choreographer and dancer Tere O'Connor. Sister and poem are the central works of a multiyear project titled BLEED, praised as “masterly” by the New York Times. The project examines how diverse cultures bleed into each other to create new, symbiotic relationships.
Tere O’Connor has been making dances since 1982 and has created over thirty-five works for his company. He is known for using assemblage, layering, and juxtaposition to craft abstract dances that are socially resonant. He is the recipient of numerous dance awards, including a Foundation for Contemporary Performance Art Award and three New York Dance and Performance “Bessie” Awards.
Watch a clip from Tere O’Connor Dance’s poem:
Tere O'Connor: Movement for Non-Dancers Workshop
Saturday, April 5, 11:00 a.m.
Move in ways you’ve never imagined at this FREE workshop hosted by Tere O’Connor, designed specifically for non-dancers.
THE PRESENTATION OF TERE O’CONNOR DANCE WAS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE NEW ENGLAND FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS' NATIONAL DANCE PROJECT, WITH LEAD FUNDING FROM THE DORIS DUKE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION AND THE ANDREW W. MELLON FOUNDATION, WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FROM THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS.