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A Girl

Length: 20 minutes

1 dancer

Choreographed by Roy Assaf

PREMIERE: October 2018, Presented by Dance Initiative at the Launchpad

PROJECT V.
A GIRL
RODEO
Rodeo (2015)

Length: 60 minutes (with collaborating choreographers/media)

4 Dancers: Kyle Filley, Lauren Kravitz, Jayne Paley and

Chuck Wilt

Guest Chorographers: Molly Rogers and Bobbi Smith

Guest Performers: Meredith Webster, Courtney Mazeika, Marlie Couto

Cinematography: Jake Saner (featuring Ariel Freedman)

Co-Presented by: ODC Theater

World Premiere: ODC Theater, San Francisco (10/1/15)

Costume Design: Chuck Wilt

About: 

"This is my first Rodeo. You are Golden."

Rodeo is an evening-length dance show consisting of film and dance. The choreography includes work by Chuck Wilt and rotating guest choreographers. Wilt structures the way the guest choreographers/performers fit into the evening depending on the work being shown. (Rodeo is 40 minutes in length if done without guest choreography.)

Rodeo
Rodeo

Photo by David DeSilva

Rodeo
Rodeo

Photo by David DeSilva

Rodeo
Rodeo

Photo by David DeSilva

Rodeo
Rodeo

Photo by David DeSilva

Rodeo
Rodeo

Photo by David DeSilva

Rodeo
Rodeo

Photo by David DeSilva

SHIPS AND
SALSA

Photo by Stephen Texeira

Ships and Salsa (2015)

Length: 60 minutes (with intermission)

5 Dancers: Kyle Filley, Catherine Ellis Kirk, Lauren Kravitz, Jayne Paley and Chuck Wilt

Co-Presented by: ODC Theater

World Premiere: Jack Crystal Theater, NYC (6/5/15)

Tour: ODC Theater, San Francisco (10/2-3/15)

Original Cast: Kyle Filley, Catherine Ellis Kirk, Lauren Kravitz, Jayne Paley, Chuck Wilt, Ross Katen and Emma Whiteley

Created with: Molly McSherry and Rebecca Margolick

Costume Design: Chuck Wilt

About: 

Ships and Salsa is an evening-length dance performance with an intermission. The evening includes Ships, a study on being alone with themes of the sea and Salsa, short stories on rhythm, groove, fantasy and reality. The work was created in part with the support of residencies at Tisch Dance and the Tisch Summer Dance Festival.

Press:

HEATHER DESAULNIERS

Ships and Salsa
Ships and Salsa

Photo by Stephen Texeira

Ships and Salsa
Ships and Salsa

Photo by Stephen Texeira

Ships and Salsa
Ships and Salsa

Photo by Stephen Texeira

Ships and Salsa
Ships and Salsa

Photo by Stephen Texeira

Ships and Salsa
Ships and Salsa

Photo by Stephen Texeira

Ships and Salsa
Ships and Salsa

Photo by Stephen Texeira

Part I. VIC & TOM

Choreographed by Chuck Wilt (2014)

Premier at 133rd Street Arts Center (2014)

 

Dancers:

Catherine Ellis Kirk and Chuck Wilt

 

Part II. TOM & ELI

Choreographed by Chuck Wilt (2014)

Premier at Gibney Dance Center, DANCENOW Raw (2014)

 

Dancers:

Chuck Wilt and Emma Whiteley

FOUR ON THE BEACH

Feminine forms and sensations of falling.

 

Dance-Film

Filmed by Mary John Frank

Choreographed, directed and edited by Chuck Wilt (2013)

 

Dancers:

Catherine Ellis Kirk, Molly McSherry, Jayne Paley and Emma Whiteley

 

Photography by Ashley Robicheaux

TU MIRA- 45 min work

 

Masculine versus feminine forms, the allure of love, and temptations of revenge.

This work aspires to take viewers on a guided ride through the human heart.

Inspired by Robert Cook's bronze sculptures and films directed by Quentin Tarantino.

 

Choreographed by Chuck Wilt

with the dancers (2013)

Premier at Triskelion Arts Aldous Theater (2014)

 

Dancers:

James Lindsay Harwell, Ross Katen, Catherine Ellis Kirk, Molly McSherry, Jayne Paley, Ashley Robicheaux, and Emma Whiteley

 

 

Normal(e)

Tales of gender, fun, and love.

 

Dance-Film

Directed and edited by Chuck Wilt (2013)

Filmed by Chihiro Shimizu

Choreographed by Chuck Wilt

with the dancers

 

Dancers:

Hiroki Ichinose, Ross Katen, Catherine Ellis Kirk, Molly McSherry, Emma Whiteley, and Chuck Wilt

 

Photography by Ashley Robicheaux

Real Time

Time, subtlety and groove.

 

Dance-Film

Directed and edited by Chuck Wilt (2013)

Filmed by Chihiro Shimizu

Choreographed by Chuck Wilt 

 

Dancers:

Hiroki Ichinose, Ross Katen, Catherine Ellis Kirk, Molly McSherry, Emma Whiteley, and Chuck Wilt

 

Photography by Ashley Robicheaux