Perichoresis Dance Project
Perichoresis [pehr-ih-kor-EE-sis] is the dance performance project of Redeemer's Arts Ministry. In Greek, "perichoresis" means "to dance around"; it is also a theological term describing the entwined relationship of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We love this image of God the Father, God the Spirit, and God the incarnate, physical Son, expressing their love for each other through movement and rhythm!
Perichoresis held an invitation-only showcase in spring 2008, and a public performance in spring 2009. The project is currently on hiatus while we develop a new leadership team and vision for the future. To receive more information as soon as it becomes available, sign up for the Dancers Group email list.
*Perichoresis Greek, “to dance around.”
Our 2009 production:
RE-VIVE (TO LIVE AGAIN)
Saturday, April 18 and Sunday, April 19
Marjorie S. Deane Little Theatre
West Side YMCA, 5 West 63rd at CPW
Suffering. Death, or something that feels that way. Living again.
Dance works inspired by Christ’s life. And ours.
Secure (choreography by Arron Masters)
dirt. air. (Elizabeth Dishman -- read an interview with Elizabeth)
Cores (Anna Hillengas)
Shaken Path (Amanda Brewster)
Roux (Elizabeth Dishman)
And a short talk by Rev. Matthew Paul Buccheri on "The Resurrection and the Body"
Dancers: Emily SoRelle Adams | Heidi Brewer | Brittany Browning | Alice Callahan | Michelle Demus | Leah Ives | Molly Knochel | Brittany Logan | Rachel McCullough-Sanden | Lori McNally | Esther Moon | Autumn Morgenstern | Kimi Nikaidoh | P. Christian Whitford