Robin Jennings Jaecklein will be premiering The Furniture Series in November of 2010. Robin was a 2009 recipient of the Tacoma Artists Initiative Program and thanks the Tacoma Arts Commission for their support. Included in in The Furniture Series will be:
Robin will be collaborating with many local dancers and composers, a lighting designer, costume designer, visual artists/ceramacist, photographer, videographer, carpenter and safety technician to make this show complete next November.
Chair will be performed again at Urban Grace, Friday December 4th as part of a fundraiser for dance students attending the National High School Dance Festival. A suggested $5.00 at the door is suggested. Bring your friends. The show begins at 7:00.
Robin Jaecklein presented Chair at Move! #15 at the Tacoma School of the Arts November 20 and 21, 2009
Robin Jaecklein with Mary Mabry presented a work in progress of Chair at Educator's Night at the Museum of Glass, Thursday October 1, 2009. Also performed was Rug with Laura Miltner and Kate Monthy. Special Thanks to the Educational Outreach Department at the Museum for having us.
TDC performed Rug, choreographed by Robin Jaecklein at MOVE! #9. Performances were held at the SOTA Theater:
Tickets are $14.00/adults, $7.00/students and available at brownpapertickets.com
TDC performed Pendulum choreographed by Mary Mabry at the next MOVE! Concert. Performances will be held at the SOTA Theatre:
TDC will be performing The Dress for JazzyJune 2006, the 5th annual Purposeful Networking event of Women's Resource. The event will be held at Tacoma's Landmark Convention Center. Tickets are available in advance for $37.50 or at the door for $42.50. Call 253 572-9108 for more information. The evening includes entertainment, Raffle drawing, appetizer buffet and no-host bar and showcase tables of various businesses/services.
The Dress was first commissioned by The Museum of Glass in response to the Karen LaMonte exhibit Absence Adorned.
TDC will also be performing excerpts of their new work The Furniture Pieces. The performances will be at the Tacoma School of the Arts Theatre and proceeds benefit the new MLK Ballet in Tacoma. Tickets are $10 at the door. Performance dates and times are:
For more information contact the company at RobinJen@aol.com.
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