Contemporary Phrase Work with Noelle Kayser, NW Dance Project
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This one-hour class keeps the mind and body engaged in the creation process. Each week, we learn a movement phrase, dive deep into its qualities, and find proficiency through intentional repetition. Contemporary Phrase Work is designed as a rehearsal hour to be taken after an online technique class or thorough personal warm-up.
Noelle Kayser’s (Atlanta, GA) professional career began in 2011 at Luna Negra Dance Theater with an apprenticeship under the direction of Gustavo Ramirez Sansano- where she performed the company’s repertoire domestically and internationally. In 2013, Noelle joined glo, an Atlanta-based collaborative performance platform founded by Lauri Stallings. Other credits include the Proia Dance Project, Erik Thurmond’s Ripple, Gathering Wild, The Chicago Shakespeare Theater, and Scrap Theater Group’s one-woman play Leda.
Noelle was a member of Visceral Dance Chicago under the direction of Nick Pupillo from 2015 through 2018. While at Visceral, Noelle had the opportunity to perform works by Marguerite Donlon, Danielle Agami, Kevin O’Day, Alice Klock, Stephanie Martinez, and many others. Noelle has also guested for Benjamin Wardell’s The Cambrians and Atlanta’s Fly On A Wall. Noelle has set her own choreography on Chicago’s Cerqua Rivera Dance Theater, Moonwater Dance Project, and Atlanta’s Kit Modus. Her piece for Kit Modus – The Excursion: Realized – was named a 2018 Highlight of the Year by ArtsATL. She has also served as a choreographic assistant to Stephanie Martinez and Wilfredo Rivera. In addition to dance and choreography, Noelle has narrated 16 audiobooks for Listen Up Productions / audible.com, and appeared in industrial advertising for Grey Television, Kitchenaid, and Whirlpool.
Noelle has been a member of Northwest Dance Project since February of 2019.
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