Oct22

Crocus Hill Ghost Story

New York Mills Cultural Center, New York Mills, MN

​A collaboration between Zeitgeist, composer/flutist Julie Johnson, writer Cheri Johnson, and filmmaker DJ Mendel, Crocus Hill Ghost Story is a macabre tale of a house possessed, accompanied by a wildly evocative and colorful score performed live by Zeitgeist, Johnson, and KrisAnne Weiss, narrator.

Touch Code: (Re) Claiming Space

Southern Theater, 1420 S. Washington Ave. , Minneapolis

Jagged Moves returns to The Southern Theater for their first live performance in over a year with TOUCH CODE: (Re) Claiming Space.

Jennifer Glaws brings her viscerally honest choreographic voice and rich investigations in EFFORT and SPACE to the Southern Theater’s stage for a one-of-a-kind performance by Jagged Moves. The full evening, all female sextet, explores the central themes of boundaries and reclamation as flutist, Julie Johnson, performs original scores of her experimental and contemplative music. The dancers traverse the soundscape and mysterious, sculptural environment on a relentless journey of agency, investigating the stories that reside between “us.”

Crafted collaboratively between Glaws and the performers, the choreography amplifies the energy and responsiveness to the interruption of personal space by exhibiting a raw and exposed view to the desire, resistance, uncertainty, power—or lack of power—in proximity.

COVID SAFETY The safety of our audiences, cast, and crew are our top priority. Masks will be required. Additional safety guidelines will be communicated when ticket sales open. Please reach out with questions!

Touch Code: (Re) Claiming Space

Southern Theater, 1420 S. Washington Ave. , Minneapolis

Jagged Moves returns to The Southern Theater for their first live performance in over a year with TOUCH CODE: (Re) Claiming Space.

Jennifer Glaws brings her viscerally honest choreographic voice and rich investigations in EFFORT and SPACE to the Southern Theater’s stage for a one-of-a-kind performance by Jagged Moves. The full evening, all female sextet, explores the central themes of boundaries and reclamation as flutist, Julie Johnson, performs original scores of her experimental and contemplative music. The dancers traverse the soundscape and mysterious, sculptural environment on a relentless journey of agency, investigating the stories that reside between “us.”

Crafted collaboratively between Glaws and the performers, the choreography amplifies the energy and responsiveness to the interruption of personal space by exhibiting a raw and exposed view to the desire, resistance, uncertainty, power—or lack of power—in proximity.

COVID SAFETY: The safety of our audiences, cast, and crew are our top priority. Masks will be required. Additional safety guidelines will be communicated when ticket sales open. Please reach out with questions!