LoudHoundMovement’s class focuses on the movement philosophy of the company, developing thoughtful, mature performers capable of making decisions within a specific movement structure. The class is targeted towards advanced students, and through its emphasis on personal investigation aims to facilitate different avenues of research and awareness of physical habits. Utilizing advanced improvisation tasks, students are asked to redefine their standards of “acceptable” shape and instead focus their effort and intention to convey a more effective message. Class eventually culminates in the application of these fearless qualities to contemporary movement vocabulary and challenges students to find their own authorship within a choreographic blueprint.
Prepay online for the entire week or pay at the door. We accept cash, credit, or check made payable to New Dialect.
There is no pre-registration required for class. Doors open at 9am. Class ends at 11am.
Please be sure to arrive with enough time to sign in and warm up before class begins.
Brendan is originally from Amherst, New Hampshire, where he began his dance training at the age of 16. He continued his studies at Skidmore College and eventually graduated Magna Cum Laude in Dance and a Math minor.
Throughout his career, he has had the distinct pleasure of working and performing with Deganit Shemy & Artists, Gallim Dance, Jonathan Royse Windham, KB & The Artists, Danaka Dance, Loni Landon Dance Projects, ChristinaNoel Reaves & The Creature, Danielle Russo Performance Project, Emily Terndrup, Third Rail Projects’ The Grand Paradise, and is currently a cast member of Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More.
A Salt Lake City native, Mallory received her BFA from the University of Utah Department of Modern Dance in 2011.
After relocating to New York City, Mallory co-founded LoudHoundMovement and has since been creating work for various venues in the city, working with a wide range of artists in many different mediums.
Over the past few years, Mallory has worked as choreographic assistant to Marina Mascarell for her work at Korzo Theater in The Hague, Netherlands, and dabbles as a freelance dance photographer for various companies.