*** This event is NOT AT PIETER!! It will happen on James Kidd’s Gold Stage at the Hammer**
Stephanie Zaletel’s tuesday. fluctuates between worlds of the usual and the unusual, the mundane, and the daydreams. With this installation-style movement meditation on daily routine, consciousness, and endless interruptions, we recognize universal commonalities and emphasize the notion that everything is meant to be.
Personal anecdotes and journal entries from an array of friends, family, and acquaintances helped to shape the rigorously physical movement score and major themes found in this site specific installation for James Kidd’s Gold Stage.
Performance by szalt.
Join us for open rehearsals on the Gold Stage in the Hammer Museum’s courtyard:
Tuesday July 29, 2014
11:00 – 2:00pm
Tuesday August 12, 2014
1:00 – 2:00pm
Tuesday August 19, 2014
2:00 – 6:00pm
…as well as for the full performance on Tuesday August 26th between 1pm and 5pm!
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Stephanie Zaletel, born and bred in Las Vegas, NV completed her BFA in Dance Performance/Choreography with a Minor in Humanities at the California Institute of the Arts in 2012. Working as a freelance dancer and choreographer in Los Angeles, Stephanie has performed for locally and internationally renowned choreographers ranging among Barak Marshall, Lindsey Lollie, Stephanie Nugent, Colin Connor, Jordan Saenz, and in Danielle Agami’s Ate9 dANCEcOMPANY. She has performed and presented her own work in numerous local venues including REDCAT, ARC (Pasadena), Highways, Live Arts Los Angeles, The Electric Lodge, Pieter, and ArtShare LA. Stephanie has taught contemporary/modern dance for all ages as well as community outreach movement classes for children with Down Syndrome.
As an avid collaborative choreographer, Stephanie has organized an artistic company called szalt, a small collective community of freelance Los Angeles movers, musicians, and visual artists. Louis Lopez (composer), Andrew Munie (lighting designer), and Nebras Hoveizavi (photographer) are frequent collaborators in this process, just to name a few. Within the last 2 years, Stephanie has produced and set over 6 new works across the city with this group including “flowersallawomansbody” an evening length that debuted at ARC Pasadena in late 2012.
In 2013-2014 Stephanie worked closely with Danielle Agami as Ate9 dANCEcOMPANY’s stage manager, administrator, and rehearsal director. Stephanie is currently setting work as a part of the Hammer Museum’s Made in LA series in collaboration with James Kidd and the Pieter Council. “tuesday.” will debut Tuesday August 26, 2014.