****In an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, New Voices in Live Performance has been postponed. CPR – Center for Performance Research will continue to actively and closely monitor this evolving situation. Updates will be shared on this page or can be found on our website: www.cprnyc.org****
New Voices in Live Performance (NViLP) is an annual curatorial program that invites a curator/artist/collective to organize a weekend-long program of public events at CPR in late March. The weekend addresses a particular inquiry within the expanded field of dance and performance, demonstrating a sense of research and serious play around the proposed theme. The events of the weekend are open to the public, and the format of the weekend is left to the selected curator’s discretion — it may include panels, workshops, performances, or other variations on format. Curators are invited to apply by invitation only.
March 27 – 29, 2020*
the corpus is exquisite, the equinox is vernal
Curated by Benedict Nguyen
For the corpus is exquisite, the equinox is vernal, Malcolm-x Betts and Ogemdi Ude’s practices overlap around questions of Black intergenerational trauma and possibilities for healing and kinship. Stephanie George continues to offer insight into the astrology shifting around us, movements that she articulates into language suggests ways the work can keep happening, keep growing.
FRIDAY MARCH 27
opening reception | 7PM | FREE
SATURDAY MARCH 28
exquisite switch | 3:30PM | FREE
soft break | 5:30PM | FREE
soft performance + soft chat | 6PM | Tickets $5-15
SUNDAY MARCH 29
exquisite switch, cont. | 12PM | FREE
*Cancelled/postponed due to COVID-19 and suspended programming