Lucie Baker Dance
Dancing through the Holidays!
Video Still of Heritance featuring Erica Badgeley and Lucie Baker. Filmed by Devon Muñoz.
I hope you are having a wonderful fall full of color, coziness, and creativity. I have been busy this season making, rehearsing and teaching dance. Here are some lovely events wherein you can enjoy the fruits of my labor. Huzzah!
Cornish Dance Theater
This Friday and Saturday at the Cornish Playhouse a duet I created entitled Please Hold will be performed by Cornish College students alongside works by Markeith Wiley and Celia Weiss. The duet features Lola Mahaney and Michael Walton as two lost souls seeking joy and connection in a world filled with unpredictable forces.
November 18th @ 8pm, November 19th @ 4pm and 8pm
Get Tickets Here!
In December, Erica Badgeley and I will perform live the duet she created in collaboration with Costume Designer and Visual Artist Margaret Chodos-Irvine as a part of BASE’s 12 Minutes Max series. Originally a film, the piece is a meditation on how relationships intwine and unravel across generations. This will be my first time performing on stage since 2019 and I couldn’t be more thrilled.
December 4th @ 5pm, December 5th @ 7pm, Livestream available
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Expressive Arts for the Holiday Season
As the holidays approach we are offered opportunities to slow down and reconnect with ourselves and dear ones. Sometimes it can feel celebratory and at other times the season reveals old wounds in need of tending.
I offer two different ways to engage what is arising through dance, drawing, creative writing, and community. Give yourself the gift of time to nourish your creative spirit in either my weekly expressive arts class, Tending the Fire, or my Solstice event.
Expressive Arts Class: Tuesdays @ 5:30 - 6:40pm PT, Online
Solstice Event: December 18th @ 10am - 12:30 PT, Online
Wherever you happen to find your self this season my wish is that you have moments of glittering joy, earthy support, and the wisdom found only in the dark times of the year. I’ll see you on the dance floor.