Pruitt’s Duet at the ACDA National Conference Saturday May 27th

7:30pm   |  Carpenter Center  – Long Beach, CA

Pruitt’s newest duet Intersections is being performed Saturday May 27th at the Carpenter Center in Long Beach

The concert is held through the American College Dance Association (ACDA) National Conference.  Intersections was 1 of 4 works selected from 48 pieces to represent the Northeast Region at the conference.
2023 National College Dance Festival  |  Program B
Saturday, May 27th  |  7:30pm
Richard & Karen Carptenter Performing Arts Center
Long Beach, CA 90840

Intersections is about the edges that define and contextualize relationships.  The work is about time, memory, and exploring the nuances of human connection.

Intersections was developed in collaboration with the performers Marc Ellis Holland and Carly Lenzi.  The intent was to use a collaborative process to understand the humanity and shared experiences of someone else through embodied dialogueinstead of verbal discussion.  At the outset of the project, the two dancers did not know each other. The process involved reflective writing on questions I posed to them, the exploration of movement responses, then weaving our movement together into a physicalized duet conversation. 

Photo by Zach Lyman

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