forced entry and other love stories

about

FORCED ENTRY AND OTHER LOVE STORIES focuses on intimate acts of love - raw, honest, marginalizing, and sometimes difficult to recount. It is a dance - a physical work that wants to understand why we love, how we love, what that love feels like, and how we recall it when that love is gone.

U.S. Premiere: February 2017 at The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse, Wynwood
Direction and Choreography: Pioneer Winter
Music: Various and the performers
Lighting Design: Gary Lund
Performers: Frank Campisano, Dario Gonzalez, Lize-Lotte Pitlo, June Romero, Katrina Weaver, Pioneer Winter

live performance documentation (coming soon)

live performance still images

in-studio still images

press

review - miami herald - new voices speak out in forced entry

preview - miami herald via artburst - MIAMI DANCE SCENE'S RENAISSANCE MAN AND YOUNG LGBTQ LEADER

[Pioneer Winter’s] work, what he supports, what he thinks about and the ideas he voices, speak to and for people [...] it was provocative in just the way you want performance to be provocative, making you think about something you hadn’t or feel for someone you hadn’t identified with before; startling, exposed, unnerving, unexpectedly loving.
— Jordan Levin, Miami Herald