In her new solo Address, Garnet Henderson embodies and challenges assumptions about women, their bodies, and what women should do with their bodies. She explores the consequences of living and performing under these expectations, and the difference between being looked at and being seen.
Join us for a second glimpse into new work by Women in Motion's 2017-2018 commissioned artists Garnet Henderson, Joya Powell, and Rebecca Lazier. This informal showing offers the artists a chance to share the beginning processes of work that will premiere at Soaking WET at the West End Theater in May 2018.
$10 at the door
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Garnet returns to the 92nd Street Y's Fridays at Noon series with a new duet, performed by herself and Rebecca Hadley.
The nomadic multi-generational arts collective ArtBark International -- last seen at Slovenia’s premiere opera house The Cankarjev Dom -- joins New York based artists Kristin Hatleberg, Garnet Henderson and Sarah Lass in a shared program of contemporary dance works “The Hive: New York”
Snow is a new multimedia performance piece by composer John Glover and choreographer/puppeteer Jordan Morley combining the virtuosity of ever-inventive toy pianist Phyllis Chen, the artistry of dancers Dylan Crossman, Mistral Hay, Garnet Henderson, Amber Sloan, Janie Taylor, Melissa Toogood, and the imaginations of instrument-builder Ranjit Bhatnagar and mask-maker Nina Barlow.