BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance is a contemporary dance company of women that captures and communicates universal human encounters through dynamic, purposeful movement. BodyStories brings a wealth of cultural arts activism experience into each project we create with community partners. We make work that integrates and empowers audiences with shifts of thought patterns. We navigate audiences through and shift public and theater spaces in interactive performances to open different perspectives. We are a multifaceted, highly physical company laced with provocative, emotional, political, humorous edges.
BodyStories’ mission is to examine depths of society in their darkest and brightest moments, inspiring audiences to physically sense emotional and psychological aspects of the human condition on stage. Our work is intellectual and highly choreographed in every moment. It is intricately technical and controlled in every nuance, with a look that is not controlled. Live music is an important factor in many of BodyStories’ works. We also consistently work via in-depth lighting, costume, video and set design collaborations. In addition to creating and performing innovative works, the company is committed to reaching diverse populations through community engagement and education, and maintaining a stable business model to sustain our work. Valuing international exchange, we collectively speak nine languages and research, perform, and collaborate with artists from five continents.
Collaborations on original music under the direction of Musical Director, John Yannelli, are vitally integrated into our productions. Other collaborators include: Trey Anastasio, Phish, Ryan Lott, Ryan Edwards, Kevin Keller, and Carver Audain.
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