for Performing Arts Presenters (APAP)
at 42nd Street
229 West 42nd Street, New York NY
Bishton | Dance presented his dynamic and inspired dancers and acclaimed
choreography at The Duke theater as part of the Association of Performing
Arts Presenters (APAP) conference in New York City, January 2003.
Presented: "From a Life Together," with music by Fanny
Mendelssohn-Hensel, and "Things That Cannot Be Painted, version
2" with music by Greg Hale Jones. Jennifer Dunning of
the New York Times writes, "Mr. Bishton is well on his
way to a solid career as a choreographer," and that his work
is "lushly physical..big and richly detailed..."
19-22 , 2002
New York, NY
Jamie Bishton | Dance
Fall Season in New York City
Bishton | Dance opened the Fall Season at the Joyce SoHo this September
19-22, bringing his exciting choreography and company to perform
new works. Included were Jamie's solo "41" with music by Max Steiner
and set design by Ana Marton, and the premiers of "You Think You
Really Know Me" a solo for Stephanie Laipis set to Mozart's Sonata
in B flat, and the duet "The Great Lie" set to Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel's
String Quartet in E flat major with set design by Craig Nealy. "Tr(us)t,"
with original music by Eric Oberthaler and Mark Reveley and "Things
That Cannot Be Painted" (with music by Eric Oberthaler).
Pillow Dance Festival
Jamie Bishton | Dance presented new work August 8th. An exciting
performance of one of America's up and coming choreographers returned
to Jacob's Pillow after his successful 2001 Season at the Pillow.
(Inside/Out, and "Seven Deadly Sins.) He brought his dynamic, inspired
dancers and choreography to the Inside/Out performance space. New
work to be presented: "The Great Lie", with music by Franny Mendelssohn-Hensel,
"You think you know the real me," with music by Wolfgang Amadeus
Mozart, and "41," with music by Max Steiner.
21, 22, 23 2002
Arts Alumni Dance Concert/ NEW YORK
CalArts Alumni Dance Concert featured choreography from distinguished
School of Dance alumni, celebrating artists who have created work
over the past 30 years of CalArts' history and now call the East
coast their home. The program included work by Karl Anderson, Jamie
Bishton, Debra Bluth, Rikky George, Anthony Gongora, Francesca Penzani,
Sam Piperato, Dawn Stoppiello, Lisa Townsend, Kate Weare, and Donald
Byrd (honorary alum). >>Reviews