A full company work choreographed by Rod Rodgers and restaged by Kim Grier-Martinez, is described as a sculptural movement landscape to an original score by percussionist Cooper Moore. 


This intensely spiritual work falls into the genre of Mr. Rodgers' work which a dance journalist once described as "energy studies. " Mr. Rodgers was inspired to do the work by standing among the redwoods in Northern California and notes that it's the kind of dance where "the space between the dancers is easily as important as the movement." 


Composer Cooper Moore creates his own instruments and the music, which has the "flute and percussion" qualities of traditional Afro-Brazilian music.



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Ongoing activities of the company are also made possible by assistance from New York State Council on the Arts, NY City Department of Cultural Affairs, NY City Council member, Rosie Mendez- District 2, NY Foundation For the Arts, NY Community Trust, Fourth Arts Block (FAB), Middle Collegiate Church, Corporation of the Collegiate Church, many friends and patrons.