Past Events

  • Aspectos. The Spanish term for aspects, Aspects: 1.a particular part or feature of something. 2.the positioning of a building or thing in a specified direction. 
Aspectos is an investigation into the Afro-Latin culture through movement and performance. Exploring the Nuyorican perspective. Aspectos are four movement narratives combined into one story; including works Madre Mía, Negra Con Tumbao, SISTEMA and Isla.

    ASPECTOS

    Nov 1 at 8pm, Nov 2 at 7:30pm, Nov 3 at 3:00pm
    CPR - Center for Performance Research
    361 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn
    Aspectos. The Spanish term for aspects, Aspects: 1.a particular part or feature of something. 2.the positioning of a building or thing in a specified direction. Aspectos is an investigation into the Afro-Latin culture through movement and performance. Exploring the Nuyorican perspective. Aspectos are four movement narratives combined into one story; including works Madre Mía, Negra Con Tumbao, SISTEMA and Isla.

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  • La noche que dejaste de actuar/The night that you stopped acting, is a one woman show in which Anabella Lenzu both questions and affirms the reality of being a creator, an artist, and a spectator. It's a reexamination of five key pieces of her repertory as well as an investigation of the very nature of the creative process, asking: "If a work of dance is created in the here and now, what happens when the here and now changes? How do the changes of our circumstances, our lives, and our bodies, alter our approach as dancers and choreographers?" These are the questions from which the show was born.

    the night that you stopped acting/la noche due dejaste de actuar

    October 27th at 3pm
    CPR - Center for Performance Research
    361 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn
    La noche que dejaste de actuar/The night that you stopped acting, is a one woman show in which Anabella Lenzu both questions and affirms the reality of being a creator, an artist, and a spectator. It's a reexamination of five key pieces of her repertory as well as an investigation of the very nature of the creative process, asking: "If a work of dance is created in the here and now, what happens when the here and now changes? How do the changes of our circumstances, our lives, and our bodies, alter our approach as dancers and choreographers?" These are the questions from which the show was born.

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  • An immersive 3 hour workshop, participants dive into the deep end of our own great unknown with Authentic Movement and improvisation.  Authentic Movement is an expressive improvisational movement practice that allows a group of participants a type of free association of the body. Then working in this newly opened inter personal space, more formalized directed improvisational exercises push our boundaries of awareness, creative power and how we all can do, think and see. This is a friendly space to meld feeling, knowing and moving and re-assign hierarchies between expertise and honesty.  Open level workshop.

    CPR Presents: We Need a Moment. An Authentic Movement Workshop with CPR AiR Katie Workum

    October 6, 12p-5p
    CPR - Center for Performance Research
    361 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn
    An immersive 3 hour workshop, participants dive into the deep end of our own great unknown with Authentic Movement and improvisation. Authentic Movement is an expressive improvisational movement practice that allows a group of participants a type of free association of the body. Then working in this newly opened inter personal space, more formalized directed improvisational exercises push our boundaries of awareness, creative power and how we all can do, think and see. This is a friendly space to meld feeling, knowing and moving and re-assign hierarchies between expertise and honesty. Open level workshop.

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  • Choreographers Amanda Hameline, Kristi Cole, Sara Ciampa and Abby Price (The NeurHOTics), and comedian Jacqui Rossi come together to present Dance +, an interdisciplinary and collaborative evening of performance about crying in all its ridiculous forms.

    Amanda + James Presents: Dance +

    September 27 & 28 at 8pm
    CPR - Center for Performance Research
    361 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn
    Choreographers Amanda Hameline, Kristi Cole, Sara Ciampa and Abby Price (The NeurHOTics), and comedian Jacqui Rossi come together to present Dance +, an interdisciplinary and collaborative evening of performance about crying in all its ridiculous forms.

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  • The Brockport Alumni Dance Associations (BADA) Annual Showcase is a performance based event, giving alumni the opportunity to represent The College at Brockport in Western New York one more time. While Brockport’s program is immersed in Modern and Post-Modern dance forms, this showcase often displays a diverse range of dance disciplines.

    REVISITED XVII: Brockport Alumni Showcase 2019

    July 26th, 2019 at 7:30 pm
    CPR - Center for Performance Research
    361 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn
    The Brockport Alumni Dance Associations (BADA) Annual Showcase is a performance based event, giving alumni the opportunity to represent The College at Brockport in Western New York one more time. While Brockport’s program is immersed in Modern and Post-Modern dance forms, this showcase often displays a diverse range of dance disciplines.

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  • Se La Vie, Bodies Need Rest: Part I takes the trope of “missed connections” in urban encounters as a starting point, exploring the fertile ground of projected desires, transient movement, and liminal interactions. Part I features four performances that revolve around relationality, public and private, privilege and precarity.

    Se La Vie, Bodies Need Rest: Part 1

    July 13 at 7pm-9pm
    CPR - Center for Performance Research
    361 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn
    Se La Vie, Bodies Need Rest: Part I takes the trope of “missed connections” in urban encounters as a starting point, exploring the fertile ground of projected desires, transient movement, and liminal interactions. Part I features four performances that revolve around relationality, public and private, privilege and precarity.

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  • June 7-9, 2019 Center for Performance Research 361 Manhattan Ave Curated by Lauren DiGiulio All performances and sessions are free and open to the public. […]

    CPR Presents NViLP: (Re)Patterning Performance

    June 7-9, 2019 Center for Performance Research 361 Manhattan Ave Curated by Lauren DiGiulio All performances and sessions are free and open to the public. […]

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  • June 1-2, 2019 Center for Performance Research 361 Manhattan Ave $5-$10 donation encouraged, Buy tickets HERE! Curated by Aya Clarke + Jess Jupiter New […]

    CPR Presents NViLP: Walking With Water

    June 1-2, 2019 Center for Performance Research 361 Manhattan Ave $5-$10 donation encouraged, Buy tickets HERE! Curated by Aya Clarke + Jess Jupiter New […]

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  • Tickets are $20.00 online, $25.00 at the door AntonioBrownDance explores the space in adolescence where we go from being a child to youth to adult. […]

    651 ARTS Presents BOXED: A Game of Winning & Losing by AntonioBrownDance

    May 23, 24 & 25, 2019 | 7:30 pm
    CPR - Center for Performance Research
    361 Manhattan Avenue
    Tickets are $20.00 online, $25.00 at the door AntonioBrownDance explores the space in adolescence where we go from being a child to youth to adult. […]

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  • Serving as an incubator for the creation of new work, CPR – Center for Performance Research invites the public into the artistic process through Performance […]

    PSOH May

    May 21 2019| 8:00 pm
    CPR- Center for Performance Research
    361 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn NY
    Serving as an incubator for the creation of new work, CPR – Center for Performance Research invites the public into the artistic process through Performance […]

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