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Choreography


Address

A solo that embodies and challenges assumptions about women, their bodies, and what women should do with their bodies. The dance explores the consequences of living and performing under these expectations, and the difference between being looked at and being seen.

Choreographed and performed by Garnet Henderson.

Address was commissioned by Women in Motion and premiered at Soaking WET in May 2018. It was developed in part during an artist-led residency at Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts. Costume by Quinn Czejkowski.


Our Bodies Get too far apart

A dance about two people trying to be more than they are.

Performed by Rebecca Hadley and Garnet Henderson.

Our Bodies Get Too Far Apart premiered at the 92nd Street Y’s Fridays at Noon in February 2017. It was later performed in excerpt at the Barnard College Alumni Reunion Dance Showcase.

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The bird has more friends than me

A dance of social posturing. It features a cast of three women, and asks, what assumptions do we make when we see three women together? What expectations do we have of their interactions? The trio evokes a long history of pop girl groups, along with the whispers of conflict that often trail groups of successful women.

The bird has more friends than me premiered at Soaking WET in February 2015, where it was performed by Rebecca Hadley, Garnet Henderson, and Linden Hill. It was later presented as part of HIVE: New York at Triskelion Arts, where it was performed by Rebecca Hadley, Garnet Henderson, and Rebecca Aronson.


Don’t Lean on Me, Man

Two dancers navigate the intricacies and ambiguities of one-on-one interaction. As the dance becomes progressively more adventurous and complex, so, too, does the emotional relationship between the dancers.

Performed by Rebecca Hadley and Garnet Henderson.

Don’t Lean on Me, Man premiered at Soaking WET in February 2014 and was invited back for an encore performance in May 2014. It was later performed at the 92nd Street Y’s Fridays at Noon.


Other Past Work