Monkeyhouse was truly honored to be included in Karen Campbell's Boston Globe article about milestones in the Boston Dance Community. While emailing her for the story, we realized how amazing 2010 has been for this organization and we could not have accomplished this without YOU. Thanks for reading, encouraging, and fueling our growth. We hope you enjoy waltzing down memory lane and savoring the last 52 weeks with us.
* Monkeyhouse finishes Anti-ossification, a duet choreographed by Karen Krolak and Nicole Harris, to premiere at the Cool New York Dance Festival in Brooklyn, NY. Both shows were performed to full houses.
*Karen Krolak is nominated for an IRNE for her choreography on Actors' Shakespeare Project’s Coriolanus.
* Monkeyhouse’s blog Connect 2 Choreography named one of the 50 Best Blogs for Dance Students.
* Monkeyhouse is awarded Best Dance Company in Boston 2010 by the Boston Phoenix Readers’ Poll.
* Monkeyhouse launches C2C: Connect to Choreography a new monthly television show produced with SCATV in Somerville.
* Karen Krolak and Nicole Harris return to the Groton School for another week long residency working with theater students.
*Monkeyhouse initiates a series of Sporks, focus groups that tackle organizational topics, to generate new ideas from long time supporters.
* Karen Krolak is invited to be USD Lab Artist at Union Street Dance in Brooklyn, NY. As part of this program, Karen led a series of Musings, workshops that Monkeyhouse uses to sketch out choreographic ideas. This is the first time Musings are opened to the general public.
* Jon Schaffrath and Nicole Harris join the Monkeyhouse Board of Directors.
|Movers & Shakers, Anne Howarth and Kristin Bezio, on Moving Day.|
* Karen Krolak begins meeting with Karen Comeau, a teacher at the Healy School in Somerville and a fellow "Diplomatic Delegate" on the 2009 Somerville Sister City trip to Tiznit, Morocco. They develop a program that will use choreographic exercises to help students understand elements of grammar and improve reading comprehension. They plan to partner with a school in Morocco in the future.
to be continued...
to be continued...