Tag Archives: spoken word and movement
13
Jul

Some Collisions

Scars are a map of our collisions with the world Some Collisions is an interactive performance installation and online experience that synthesizes stories of science and scars with compelling media narratives, creating a map of our collisions with the world. It is currently a work-in-progress by Josephine Dorado and Phillip Gulley, to be realized as part of […]

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04
Jul

Funk Soup

Funk Soup was a show that featured two acts, “Cyber/Fetish” and “The Funk Soup Collective” which incorporated dance, theater, poetry and dialogue. It was presented at the Off Center Theater (now the Shimberg Playhouse at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts) in 1999. “Cyber/Fetish” was a tongue-in-cheek look at how cyber-reality had begun to permeate […]

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26
Jun

So-Called Utopia

So-Called Utopia was a collection of spoken word and dance pieces which dealt with the conflict of Asian-American family expectations and closeness, choreographed and written by Josephine Dorado, and presented at the Off Center Theater (now the Shimberg Playhouse at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts) as part of the Florida Dance Festival ’96 and Bending […]

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19
Mar

This Is Not a 2+2=4 World

This Is Not a 2+2=4 World was a spoken word and dance piece written and choreographed by Josephine Dorado and performed by Dorado and R. Wesley Kaye. It was presented as part of the Bending Minds with Spoons Festival at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center (now the Straz Center for Performing Arts). In a review in […]

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21
Jun

Chimera in Vacuo

Chimera in Vacuo was a benefit performance done for the CASA and the Spring domestic violence shelters. Written and choreographed by Dorado, the work combined movement and text to explore the conflicts in abusive relationships and give voice to women affected by abuse. It was presented at the Loft Theatre as part of the Florida Dance […]

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