REPRISE is the latest dance performance premiere by the Pioneer Winter Collective. REPRISE uses contemporary dance and physical theater to explore memory, marginalization, and queerness - how our lives intersect. The Miami Herald said this about the Collective's last premiere: "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."
U.S. Premiere: March 2018 at Miami Dade County Auditorium
Additional Performances (evening length): December 2018 at Brickell City Centre as part of FREE! Art Festival presented by Spinello Projects during Art Basel; April 2019 for Future of Portraiture at Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach
Additional Performances (excerpt): May 2018 for Miami-Dade Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Ruby Gala; June 2018 for Communitea Dance at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts; October 2018 for Maven Rising at New World Symphony; October 2018 for the Daniel Lewis Miami Dance Sampler at New World School of the Arts; December 2018 for Festivus via Radical Partners at Wynwood Yard
Work-in-Progress Showing: January 2018 at Mandelstam Theater for soMI Dance Fest
Direction and Choreography: Pioneer Winter
Collaborating Performers: Reshma Anwar, Frank Campisano, Hector Machado, Niurca Márquez, Lize-Lotte Pitlo, David Esteban Rodriguez, June Romero, Katrina Weaver, Pioneer Winter
Technical Direction, Stage Management, Lighting Design: Gary Lund
Duration: 48:00 Minutes
Music: Various and the performers
live performance documentation - duet excerpt
December 2018 FREE! presented by spinello projects at brickell city centre - live performance still images
Photos courtesy of Diana Larrea and Carl Timpone.
march 2018 premiere at miami dade county auditorium - live performance still images
Photos courtesy of Mitchell Zachs, Karime Arabia, and Ella Arie.
in-studio still images
In-studio still photography courtesy of Ella Arie.
work-in-progress still images
Work-in-progress still photography courtesy of Mitchell Zachs and Simon Soong.
Work-in-progress Lighting Design by Joshua Gumbinner.