THE

PEOPLE

MOVERS

The People Movers is a dance and production collaborative led by choreographer & producer Kate Ladenheim. We create (somewhat) self-deprecating stories about urgent social, political, and cultural happenings. Our multidisciplinary dances are intense, awkward, and slightly obsessive — centering ourselves and our bodies firmly within the culture we ironically critique.

In addition to our own work, The People Movers construct tightly curated, impossibly cool, and expertly produced events in unexpected environments. Our productions raise up the work of artists whose work is provocative, critical, conscientious, and wholly original.

The People Movers is a dance and production collaborative led by choreographer & producer Kate Ladenheim. We create (somewhat) self-deprecating stories about urgent social, political, and cultural happenings. Our multidisciplinary dances are intense, awkward, and slightly obsessive — centering ourselves and our bodies firmly within the culture we ironically critique.

In addition to our own work, The People Movers construct tightly curated, impossibly cool, and expertly produced events in unexpected environments. Our productions raise up the work of artists whose work is provocative, critical, conscientious, and wholly original.

NAMED DANCE MAGAZINE'S "25 TO WATCH"

#lifegoals — check. The People Movers’ artistic director was recently named one of Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch” in 2018.

 

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COMING UP NEXT

April 12 + 14, 2017

Glass: Live Premiere
Triskelion Arts Presents: Split Bill
7:30 pm
@Triskelion Arts Center
106 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY

 

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Keep the people moving with a monthly donation to our Patreon. Perks for our donors include early online releases and extra insight into our process.

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Right now, we're hard at work creating our newest performance installation: Glass. Glass is about the fight for status, confidence, and attention that women engage in their careers and personal lives. It involves hoop skirts, carefully constructed spatial patterns, power poses, and even nail painting.

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