December 12, 2021: Scott Heron + Jennifer Miller & Jennifer Monson + Cathy Weis
Sundays on Broadway returns to present an evening of performances by Scott Heron, Jennifer Miller and Jennifer Monson, and Cathy Weis.
Dancer and dance-maker Scott Heron will present an untitled, mostly improvisational online visitation/teleportation with one or more special guests from around the world.
Jennifer Miller and Jennifer Monson will perform a new duet. In this new work they will engage choreographic processes that articulate, examine and reconfigure their distinct musicalities, working from both classical and experimental improvisational musical references. They will bring to the surface their different approaches to performance – through spectacle, sensation and various states of performance presence.
Cathy Weis is beginning a new trio with Emily Climer and Patrick Gallagher called Appetite.
Sundays on Broadway
Sunday, December 12th at 6pm and 8pm
at WeisAcres (537 Broadway #3 New York, NY 10012)
Reserve a seat by emailing
Limited audience due to social distancing (two shows).
Vac card required at door.
Mask required during show.
Scott Heron has been dancing and making dances for almost 40 years. More info can be found at www.scottheron.org
Jennifer Miller is the director of Circus Amok, a radical, queer circus that provides free performances across the boroughs of NYC. Jennifer Monson is the director of iLAND -interdisciplinary laboratory for Art Nature Dance. Monson performed with Circus Amok for 10 years. They met each started dancing together at Open Movement at PS 122 in the 80’s and have continued to dance together in various contexts, performing duets at various venues, and working with Cathy Weis. They started and ran an after school program together in the late 80’s on Avenue D for a few years and currently are teaching in academia.
Cathy Weis is a dancer, choreographer, videographer, and Artistic Director of Cathy Weis Projects. In high school, Weis was a soloist in the Louisville Ballet. After graduating from college, she played in a cello quartet in Europe, tap-danced on the streets of San Francisco, and did a stint as a disco queen. Moving to NYC in 1983, Weis developed a signature blend of live performance with video. In 1996 she received a Bessie Award for creative work and in 2002 was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship. In addition to her art practice she conducts Sundays on Broadway, a showcase for choreographers and performance artists that runs two full seasons annually. cathyweis.org