• more, devynn emory, headlong dance theater, christina zani, moving furniture, philly fringe, live arts festival, philadelphia, arts bank, performance in wheelchair, microwave, experimental, jaamil kosoko, kate watson wallace

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

  • more, devynn emory, headlong dance theater, christina zani, moving furniture, philly fringe, live arts festival, philadelphia, arts bank, performance in wheelchair, microwave, experimental, jaamil kosoko, nichole canuso, kate watson wallace, niki cousineau

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

  • photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

  • photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

  • photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

  • photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

  • photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

  • photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

  • photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

  • photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

  • more, devynn emory, headlong dance theater, christina zani, moving furniture, philly fringe, live arts festival, philadelphia, arts bank, performance in wheelchair, microwave, experimental, jaamil kosoko, nichole canuso

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

  • more, devynn emory, headlong dance theater, christina zani, moving furniture, philly fringe, live arts festival, philadelphia, arts bank, performance in wheelchair, microwave, experimental

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

  • photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

    photo: Cylia Von Tiedemann

More

More (2009) is the result of an investigation inspired by Choreographer Tere O’Connor., who questioned how Headlong’s collaborative nature affects the creative process. In More, Headlong imagines a dance of our bodies after our bodies have gone away. A house is built, dismantled, and built up again. A farm appears with a paddock for retired bodies put out to pasture. Rooms morph into sculptures strewn with bodies. And as the landscape continues to shift, a furious dance of what the body isn’t tears across a domestic world that is both growing and coming apart. Two years in the making, Headlong uprooted a 16 year collaborative approach to create More, the company’s most intense and gripping work to date. A 2009 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival Premiere. More has toured to Austin, TX; Washington, DC; Reston, VA; and Lancaster, PA. 60 minutes.

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