Rosy Simas Danse

Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9 at 7:30 pm

Performance Garage

1515 Brandywine St


Native choreographer Rosy Simas (Seneca) breathes life into Weave, a dance project drawn from the interwoven and interdependent nature of our world. Like its namesake, Weave traces the vibrant threads of individual and embodied stories, uniting in an interdisciplinary performance woven of story, dance, moving image, and sound.

Tickets are discounted by $5 when purchased online!

General Admission: $20 online / $25 in person

Under 30 and Arts Industry Professionals: $15 online / $20 in person

Rosy Simas . Photo: Imranda Ward. Weave residency at MANCC.

Rosy Simas. Photo: Imranda Ward. Weave residency at MANCC.

listenIN: Rosy Simas

Tuesday, March 5 at 6 pm

Take an engaging look into the choreographic process of Native feminist artist Rosy Simas (Seneca). Learn how Simas' practice of deep listening shapes movement, sound, and images for her work, and join in the conversation about art created through a Native lens. Tickets are free and available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Presented by Intercultural Journeys and the Leeway Foundation, with support from the Pearlstein Gallery.

Movement Workshop with Sam Mitchell

Wednesday, March 6 at 10 am

FREE | Open to the public. All levels welcome.

Sam Aros Mitchell’s research focuses on the transformative work of First Nations and Native American dance and theatre artists, who continue to break boundaries, connect land to body, and bring Native communities to a place of healing.

Sam is Yaqui. Sam earned his MFA in Dance Theatre from UC San Diego (Kumeyaay territory), and a BFA in Dance from UC Santa Barbara (Chumash territory). Sam has performed and taught professionally for over 25 years. He continues to work, teach, and learn, from within his Yaqui community, from within Native American and First Nations communities, and from within contemporary dance communities. He is currently in his fourth year of a performance studies PhD program at UC San Diego.