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Wellspring Theater @ The Epic Center
Tkts at the door - cash only
$10/ $5 students / kids under 10 Free
Stephanie will perform Remembering the Reds While Traveling This Sensitive Pink Earth choreographed by Keith Johnson, which premiered in January 2016 on Nugent Dance's Mapping the Aether presented by the Indianapolis Museum of Art in The TOBY.
Stephanie has been invited to lead the CI intensive for the 23rd Seattle Festival of Dance Improvisation, which she will team-teach with long-time collaborator Shel Wagner Rasch.
July 31st - August 7
Velocity Dance Center
After attending and teaching at this unique and deeply cherished Contact Improvisation Retreat, Stephanie has been invited to serve as Artistic Director for GLACIER 2016-2017
Oct. 7-12, 2016
The Christine Center
W8303 Mann Rd, Willard, WI 54493
More information to come soon!
Nugent has recently been named Artistic Director of this annual festival for high school students considering a profession in dance.
This two week festival boasts a team of Internationally renown teachers who offer teens from throughout the US an intensive immersion into a broad range of dance styles and creative experiences.
Participants live in the college dorms under the supervision of seasoned RAs who offer excursions and activities designed to introduce them to the IU Campus and the greater city of Bloomington.
Mapping the Aether
Indianapolis Museum of Art, TOBY Theater
January 21 & 23, 2016
$20 Members / $25 Public
An evening of new and experimental dance performance by Nugent Dance artists Suzanne Lappas and Stephanie Nugent, with choreography by Selene Carter, Keith Johnson, and Nugent/ Lappas. Mapping the Aether is presented by the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and is made possible, in part, with support from the Indiana Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
After 18 years based in Southern California, Stephanie Nugent has relocated to Indianapolis, IN where she has already enjoyed opportunities to collaborate with some wonderful mid-west artists including improvisors Sarah Gottlieb, Marielle Abell, Greg Burdulis, Hollly Jaycox, and Andrew Brightman, arts organizations GLACIER, Motus Dance Theater, Big Robot, Big Car Garage, TedX Indy, Art in Odd Places, and Indy Convergence, choreographer Selene Carter, and dance artist Suzanne Lappas.