News and Upcoming Perfomances
Saturday, September 14 at 8pm, we premiere the final iteration of “Pare” at the historic Academy of Music Theatre in Northampton, MA.
February 21-23 at 8pm: Five College Dance Faculty Concert at Amherst College.
February 8 at 4:30pm: Performing at the Mount Holyoke Afire Exhibition Opening at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum.
February 3 at 5pm: Pare at the Finale Performance of the Bodies in Motion Festival at the new Northampton Arts Trust at 33 Hawley.
New in November with Hartford Opera Theatre, Hartford, Connecticut. Directed new scenes from Dawn Sonntag’s “Coal Creek.”
Mount Holyoke College Fall Faculty Dance Concert. Featuring work by Camille A. Brown, Barbie Diewald, Zoe Henrot, Shakia Johnson, and Marilyn and Sekou Sylla
Barbie Diewald was named a 2018 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellow in Choreography.
Barbie Diewald was awarded a 2018-2019 Faculty Research Grant for the development of her work “Pare.”
First Draft: Work in Progress Showing of Faculty Research at Mount Holyoke College, in conversation with dance writer and scholar Meredith Bove.
In Residence at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity Collective Composition Lab for Choreographers and Composers
Visiting Artist Residency at the Iron Factory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Le Nozze di Figaro, produced by PanOpera, marked by first foray into choreographing for the Opera at the historic Academy of Music Theatre, Northampton, Massachusetts.
Mount Holyoke College Fall Faculty Concert featuring works by Barbie Diewald, Caroline Fermin, Shakia Johnson, Bebe Miller and Margaret Wiss
Barbie Diewald was awarded the New England Dance Fund Grant by the New England Foundation for the Arts. This grant funded a month-long technical residency at the School for Contemporary Dance and Thought in advance of the company’s premiere of “Eighteen Refrains re: Rhoda.”
“Unfinishing” Residency and performance installation with Kate Seethaler at APE Gallery in Northampton.
New University Settlement, New York City
New Dance Alliance’s Performance Mix Festival 31
New York Premiere of Eighteen Refrains Re: Rhoda at University Settlement as part of the 31st Annual Performance Mix Festival