Celebrating 22 years of powerful, joyful, and profoundly human performances in Houston’s artistic community. Jane Weiner, Artistic Director of Hope Stone Dance, creates dance/theater performances of strong, technical ensemble work with “effortless partnering” and “gorgeous, big-hearted movement.” Her work has been performed throughout the country to critical acclaim.
5 Pieces of Candy
Moody Center for the Arts at Rice University
6100 Main Street, Houston, TX 77005
Conceived and choreographed by Artistic Director Jane Weiner, 5 Pieces of Candy is inspired in part by the Moody’s recent exhibits by Tacita Dean and Gillian Wearing that shine a light on creativity and aging.
The performance is set in the Moody’s Central Gallery, which is currently exhibiting Gillian Wearing: Rock ‘n’ Roll 70, a site-specific installation covering the wall with photographic portraits of the artist that have been digitally aged.
Like reaching into an assorted dish of candy, Jane has picked four favorite solos and duets from Hope Stone Dance’s 22 years of history, and is also creating a new duet for Lindsey McGill, Hope Stone Dance’s longest active company member, and guest artist Jessica Collado (appearing courtesy of Houston Ballet, Principal).
Hope Stone Dance company artists performing are Jacquelyne Boe, Lindsey McGill, Travis Prokop, Candace Tompkins, and Brit Wallis, with guest artists Shohei Iwahama, and appearing courtesy of Houston Ballet – Christopher Gray (Soloist) and Jessica Collado (Principal).
NOTE: Very limited seating, get your tickets now!
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3400 Main St, Houston, TX 77002
Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
800 Bagby Street, Houston, TX 77002
9:30 & 11:30 a.m. each day