The Stravinsky Project is right around the corner and everyone in the building is especially curious about how the new work, (also titled) The Stravinsky Project is going to look. The piece is a collaboration between Choreographers Jamey Hampton and Ashley Roland (BodyVox), Rachel Tess (Rumpus Room Dance), OBT’s own Anne Mueller PLUS original live electronic music composition by Heather Perkins (Water Dog Studio) and costume design by artist and professor Morgan Walker (PNCA).

Oh right, and it is set to Stravinsky’s music. That’s one doozy of a collaboration.

Here are some peeks at how this has been playing out in the studio.

L-R: Brian Simcoe, Christian Squires, Alison Roper, Steven Houser,
Candace Bouchard and Lucas Threefoot in
The Stravinsky Project rehearsal.
Photo by Blaine Truitt Covert.

L-R: Brian Simcoe, Alison Roper, Candace Bouchard,
Lucas Threefoot and Christian Squires in
The Stravinsky Project rehearsal.
Photo by Blaine Truitt Covert.

Choreographer Jamey Hampton and Candace Bouchard
in
The Stravinsky Project rehearsal. Photo by Blaine Truitt Covert.

Choreographer Jamey Hampton (foreground) and Alison Roper
in
The Stravinsky Project rehearsal. Photo by Blaine Truitt Covert.

Choreographer Jamey Hampton, Alison Roper and company
in
The Stravinsky Project rehearsal. Photo by Blaine Truitt Covert.

So what do you think, does it look like you’d expect?


See the finished work in The Stravinsky Project opening February 26th.

Next up, costume design renderings…

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