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Grass is Green (work-in-process)
Password: fusion

Choreographed by Chuck Wilt

in collaboration with the performers

Excerpts Performed by: Kyle Filley and Chuck Wilt

Guest performers (solo excerpt): Melanie Charles, Mange Hellber, Hiten Bawa

Full cast: Maximillion Canion, Kyle Filley, Rebecca Margolick, Courtney Mazeika, Jennifer Payan and Chuck Wilt

 

Developed as a selected Artist in Residence of Fusion International (Japan), as an Artist in Residence at the 92nd St. Y's Harkness Dance Center and as an Artist in Residence at Brooklyn College through the CUNY Dance Initiative (NYC). Developed with additional support from Certain Bird Residency (VT).

Excerpts performed at Kaga Music Festival and Fusion Exhibitions in Kaga and Tokyo (Japan), and at the Encinitas Community Center (San Diego)

Grass is Green (solo excerpt)

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COLORING (2019)
Password: COLORING

Length: 60 minutes 

Choreographed by Chuck Wilt

in collaboration with the performers

Performed by: Maximillion Canion, Kyle Filley, Dasol Kim, Rebecca Margolick, Courtney Mazeika Jennifer Payan, Alisya Razman Adam, Chuck Wilt

Drag queen & live cellist: Rose Nylons

 

Premiere: 

March 8th and 9th, 2019 

ODC Theater, San Francisco

Upcoming Performances: 

October 4-5, 2019

92nd St. Y : Dig Dance, NYC

 

November 8-17, 2019

Chutzpah! Festival, BC Islands and Vancouver (15-17)

About: COLORING is an evening-length work for six dancers and one guest drag queen/live cellist. Inspired by themes of identity and unity, COLORING asks the question “What do we have in common?” and draws inspiration from personal narratives, interviews and bodies of artwork from LGBTQ people.

 

Motivated by a sense of urgency to find commonality at this time in history, the work includes research on the lives and work of queer people and is intended to bring awareness to commonalities of humans, regardless of identity or background. COLORING is structured as episodic dances, which become more colorful over time.

 

Press:

"The mood (of COLORING) is one of radical vulnerability,” “Eloquent sincerity”

-DANCE ENTHUSIAST

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Deserts (2017) 

Choreographed by Chuck Wilt

Length: 75 minutes (including intermission)

Works: Atacama, Bronco, Cadet and Fatima

5 Dancers + 6 guest performers (optional)

Discover:

About: An evening of dances reflecting on human connection. The four works included in Deserts can be viewed as chapters of a whole and were all made within the course of two years. They can also be presented individually or as a collection of two or more.

Press:

"UNA Projects’ Deserts is a unique mode of dance presentation...it reads as an EP, or a collection of essays – each segment at once complete and limitless in potential."

-EYE ON THE ARTS

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Ariel (2017) 

An UNA Projects Production

Dance Film

Official Selection of the 'Festival of Recorded Movement' in Vancouver

Directed and Edited by Chuck Wilt

Cinematography by Jake Saner

Featuring Ariel Freedman

Music by Mike Wall

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