Lucie Baker Dance
The fall of 2010 saw numerous performances. In September I participated in the Bessie Schoenberg Residency at The Yard on Martha's Vineyard off the coast of Massachusetts as a dancer for Ximena Garnica and Yara Travieso. It was a wonderful place to create and enjoy life. Following that The Colors Project started it off in New York with shows Saturday and Sunday October 23rd and 24th. The following Tuesday I performed a revival of a duet called she runs a tight ship at the Rover in Soho. The premiere was at Juilliard in 2006 and the video is on the video page. I was lucky to have Daniel Morgan Shelley reprise his role in the piece. Later that week I toured with Tamar Rogoff Performance Projects to Middlebury College in Vermont and Georgian Court University in New Jersey to perform in Diagnosis of a Faun. I had never been to Vermont before and it was lovely in the fall. Later in November I performed a work in progress with Dion Mucciacito at the Center for Performance Research in Brooklyn, New York. It was a great opportunity to get feed back on some choreographic ideas I am currently playing with. The week before Thanksgiving I had the opportunity to participate in the mob scene in Pavel Zustiak's Painted Bird/ Bastard at La MaMa ETC. It was fun to get to perform with close to 50 people on stage at once! Since Thanksgiving I have been rehearsing with Jane Comfort and Company and Tamar Rogoff Performance Projects and living the city life. Stay tuned for upcoming shows! Cheers and Happy Holidays! - Lucie Baker
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