Barnstorm Dance Fest

Barnstorm Dance Fest

 

Dance Source Houston (DSH) is thrilled to announce the artists selected for Barnstorm Dance Fest 2018.  The fourth annual festival will take place at Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston (MATCH) June 14-23, 2018 and will highlight works by 22 dance makers from Houston, the region and beyond.

Festival participants are split between 3 unique programs, spanning the two-week festival, which includes performances, master classes and artist talk events. This year’s festival features works from diverse dance genres including bharatanatyam, contemporary, Egyptian, kathak, modern and more.

Barnstorm Dance Fest is curated each year by a panel of leaders in the field tasked with programming a festival that showcases the diversity, quality and vibrancy of dance in Houston. This year’s curators included Matthew Cumbie, Harrison Guy, and Nancy Wozny. Click here to read the full press release.

Barnstorm Dance Fest Schedule:

 

Program A – June 14 & 16

Alexa Capareda
Allen LaPoint
Ayan Felix
Evelyn Toh
Indian Raga
Jordan Fuchs
Sam Hendricks
Travis Prokop 

Program B – June 15 & 22

Abijan Johnson
Ashley Horn
Kate Rash
Lindsay Gary
Lisa Harris
Shanon Adame

Program C – June 21 & 23

Elijah Gibson
Eric Williams
Kara Stenz & Katie Rodrigues
Kathak Rhythms
NobleMotion Dance
Sal Maktoub
Samskriti
The Theorists

When: June 14-23, 2018

Where: Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston (MATCH), 3400 Main Street

Tickets: $20 single program ticket presale, $25 single program ticket at the door, $35 any two programs,
$50 all three programs. Tickets available at matchouston.org.
More information at www.dancesourcehouston.org.

About the Barnstorm Dance Fest
Barnstorm Dance Fest, a two-week, showcase style dance festival, will take place in June 14-23, 2018 and will highlight the breadth and quality of contemporary dance in Houston.  Featuring 22 different dance artists and companies in three unique programs, it will provide artists with an opportunity to present new work, without the burden of element of self production.  The showcase style performances will give Houston’s dance audiences the opportunity to discover new artists to love.  In addition to performances, the festival also features workshops, master classes and artist talkbacks with Barnstorm choreographers.

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  2. […] What strikes me (as someone who is not participating as an artist in this festival) is the importance for dancers and choreographers to convene.   It has been special to watch pieces from veteran and emerging choreographers on the same show.  This is very valuable for the health of dance in our city.  The shows have been running flawlessly, and lit beautifully.  I imagine you’ll have your favorites, some that don’t touch you as poignantly, and others that will push you a little as a viewer.  That’s the beauty of the festival format– you get to see so much.  I walk away from the first two programs proud of our city and all of the dance in it!  Thank you, Dance Source Houston, for bringing these artists together and producing such an extensive festival, and thank you to the artists for making dance.  You have two more chances to see it this weekend and a full weekend for Program 3.  Tickets and info here. […]

  3. […] the next two weeks, Dance Source Houston’s third annual Barnstorm Dance Fest will present three separate programs featuring works by 23 artists and companies, five of whom are […]

  4. […] event my roommate invited me to at LIC, the Queensboro Dance Festival. It had vibes of my beloved Barnstorm Dance Fest. Community was radiating that Thursday night. Queens–a new community that I’m going to […]

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