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May 12, 2024: Jon Kinzel + Julie Mayo + Ella Dawn W-S + video by CW

6:00 pm
Top row: Dancews courtesy of the artist. Bottom row: Jon Kinzel by Christine Regan; Jennifer Miller swimming in Vermont, image by cw; Julie Mayo in Novatia Tryer, image by Scott Shaw.

Top row: Dancews courtesy of the artist. Bottom row: Jon Kinzel by Christine Regan; Jennifer Miller swimming in Vermont, image by cw; Julie Mayo in Novatia Tryer, image by Scott Shaw.

Sundays on Broadway co-curators Owen Prum and Weis present an evening of video and performances by Jon Kinzel, Julie Mayo, Ella Dawn W-S, and video by CW.

Jon Kinzel will present Manhattan Terminus (working title), a work in progress performed by Kinzel and Fabio Tavares. About the work, Kinzel writes: “The making of duet material with Tavares happened in tandem with the production of numerous artworks that could be seen as an inexhaustible sequence with no arrival point, without finality, that reflect the transitional nature of being an aging dancer whose body is an instrument in flux. And to question the value of un-reproducibility and a way for fiction to meet an experimental memoir of sorts.”

Julie Mayo will present Three Thing, performed by Mayo with Julian Barnett and Mia Martelli. This is early material for a potentially longer work that might be called Lost Driveway.

Ella Dawn W-S’s writes "Trace effort (working title) is a duet, delineating the relationship between the dancers through proximal configurations of vertical opposition. Testing the sturdiness, we keep pressing and pressing to see what it can hold. Sometimes it looks like nothing’s happening, because nothing's happening. I'm draped over a cinder block, you’re lying underneath a mirror with the yellow vinyl unfurling outward."

CW will show an excerpt of archival footage she shot back in the day.

Sundays on Broadway
at WeisAcres, 537 Broadway #3
New York, NY 10012

$10 suggested donation

Thank you to IndieSpace and their Little Venue That Could Program for helping to make this season possible.
The Little Venue That Could Program is supported by the Howard Gilman Foundation.

Artists' Bios:

Jon Kinzel has presented his work, including numerous commissions and solo shows, in a variety of national and international venues. He has contributed to online and print publications such as SFMoMA Open Space, Schizm Magazine, MR Performance Journal, and PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art; he has served as a curator, dance dramaturg, and sound designer, and he has been awarded residencies at NYLA, BAC, EMPAC, BAX, The Invisible Dog, Gibney, The Yard, Jacob’s Pillow, Dance House, Movement Research, and Telematic Media Arts. As a current Guggenheim Fellow, he is deepening his interrelated choreographic and visual art practice. More recently, he has performed and collaborated with Vicky Shick, Rinde Eckert, Margaret Jenkins, Elena Demyanenko, Yvonne Rainer, Emily Coates, Cathy Weis, Jennifer Miller, Nina Katan, Jodi Melnick, Mimi Yin, Jarrod Beck, Seline Baumgartner, John Kelly, Patricia Hoffbauer, Nicky Paraiso, and John Jesurun.

Julie Mayo has been making dances and performing for more than 25 years. Her work has been called “associative, sometimes absurd” by The New Yorker and has been featured in The New York Times. She has been commissioned by individual artists to mentor their solo performance projects and has been an artist-in-residence at Movement Research, Center for Performance Research, Gibney Dance, New Dance Alliance, UCross, Djerassi, Snug Harbor, Virginia Center for Creative Arts, and Mount Tremper. Mayo has been a guest artist at many colleges and universities and currently teaches through Movement Research as well as other platforms.

Fabio Tavares is a Brazilian artist who’s been forever obsessed with the human body in action. Fabio moved to NYC in 1999 and has collaborated and performed with Yvonne Meyer, chameckilerner, Miguel Gutierrez, Fisherspooner, Noemie Lafrance, Luis Lara Malvacías, Jeniffer Monson, Circus Amok, John Heginbotham, Laurie Anderson,The Dazzle Dancers, Stanley Love, Anne Bogart and the acclaimed SITI Company among others. Mr. Tavares has also danced with Elizabeth STREB and her extreme-action company for 14 years where he served as the Associate Artistic Director for a decade.

Ella Dawn W-S is a dancer and choreographer living in Brooklyn. She presents work under the name Dancews. As a performer, she has had the honor of working with Lu Yim, Vita Taurke, Lavinia Eloise Bruce, SECT, inc., Zoe Papaeracleous, Erik Thurmond, Phoebe Berglund, and Kiera Bono.

Cathy Weis is a dancer, choreographer, videographer, producer, and founder of Sundays on Broadway. She has been a soloist in the Louisville Ballet, played in a cello quartet in Europe, tap-danced on the streets of San Francisco, and did a stint as a disco queen. She moved to New York City in 1983 and has been the recipient of many honors, including a Guggenheim Fellowship in dance and recipient of a Bessie Award for creativity.


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537 Broadway #3
New York, NY 10012


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