This community class is part of a series of classes at TU Dance Center in connection with The 3-Women Project.
Alanna Morris’s workshop in contemporary forms is designed to build community and encourage confidence in your creative expression. Expect citations from African diasporic movement, music and philosophy–specifically Trinidad and Tobago, Haiti, Cuba, and the Malinke signatures of West Africa. Also citations from Classical Ballet (Cecchetti style), American Modern Dance techniques (Graham and Limón mainly), Yoga, Somatics, and Postural Restoration. This class is for Intermediate/Advanced students.
Saturday, March 18 | 1:15-2:45pm (in-person only)
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Alanna Morris, self-identified as Afro Caribbean American, is a 2022 Springboard Danse Montréal Fellow, 2021 McKnight Choreographers Fellow, 2019 City Pages Artist of the Year/Best Choreographer, and one of Dance Magazine’s 2018 “25 to Watch.” Formerly a TU Dance company member, her choreography has been commissioned by TU Dance for the inaugural performance of CULTIVATE, A Trainee Program, Springboard Dance Montréal, Minnesota Dance Theatre, Penumbra Theatre, Children’s Theatre Company, and others.
Photo by Canaan Mattson