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HOTHOUSE:GROWING THE MOVEMENT

The HOTHOUSE is our nickname for the rich and fertile creative space where ideas are nurtured, grafted, pruned and let grow wild. Here we share some of that process and invite you to contribute your thoughts and feedback. We’d like this to be an exchange of ideas, rather than a one way message, so we genuinely encourage you to reach out if you feel the itch.

Choosing What Matters

Embracing a new way to see through the camera’s eye.

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Listening Power

Shooting in nature sparked our listening power.

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Everything is Melting In Nature

Pushing past romanticized nature and its embodiment in the female form.

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True Voyage is Return

We began to perceive the aliveness of things.

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Seven Butterflies

Finding Landfall's score, “Sept Papillon,” (Seven Butterflies) by Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho.

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Fear and Flow

Discovering the new and the familiar within the choreography of editing.

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Film: a fresh frontier

The beginning of our journey into film.

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The Making of Giant with San Francisco's ODC Dance

Playing with ideas of heroism, singularity, power-play and grandiosity

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2007: Drop Down, Intimacy is Hard Work

Whenever I re-set Drop Down, I spend time convincing dancers that less is more, that they don’t need to articulate with their faces or bodies an overt emotionalism, that the content is written into the form.

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2007: Drop Down, Whittling Movement Down to Its Essence

Exploring my fascination with the formal efficiency of tango

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2006: Wet Road

Early explorations of tango.

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2007: Drop Down, The Psychology of the Individual

"...it was hard to blink while they commanded the stage.” - Allan Ulrich

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2006: Wet Road at Dance Theater Workshop

Wet Road was an attempt to describe the ambivalence and trepidation that accompanies desire by exploring the human body as both an obstacle and a pathway. Fragile balances, the trapping of limbs, and an often displaced central axis characterized the movement language and partner

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Juilliard School Dance Division In The News

Press accolades for "Night Light's" premiere performances by Juilliard Dance Division

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My First Show at Dance Theater Workshop

The first time I caught a break in New York was in 2003 when Craig Peterson saw me dance a solo I’d just made called Approach and Retreat at WAX in Williamsburg. He came up afterwards to talk about an opportunity to show my work at Dance Theater Workshop.

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Choreographing for Juilliard Dance Division's New Dances: Edition 2014

Kate Weare is creating a new piece for Juilliard Dance, under the direction of Lawrence Rhodes.

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Kate Weare Receives The Joyce Theater's 2014 Creative Artist Residency

Kate Weare Company is honored to be named a Creative Resident Artist at the Joyce Theater this year.

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Back in the Studio at CalArts

I'm still riding high from a fantastic two-week stint in the studio with company member, T.J. Spaur, at CalArts this May. We were given the opportunity to break in the brand new Evelyn Sharp CalArts Summer Choreographic Residency at my alma mater, and I knew it would be a unique feeling

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Kate Weare Company Inaugural BAM Fisher Artist-In-Residence

This year Kate Weare Company was given the honor of being the inaugural BAM Fisher Artist–In–Residence.

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Kate Weare Company and The Crooked Jades bring you the Bright Land Album

Relive the music of Bright Land now available on CD and for download.

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Scottish Dance Theatre Performs Kate Weare's Lay Me Down Safe at American Dance Festival

Watch an excerpt of Lay Me Down Safe and learn about this new commission.

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Kate Weare Company Welcomes Dancer, T.J. Spaur

Meet one of Kate Weare Company's new dancers, T.J. Spaur and see a video of T.J. in rehearsal.

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An Extraordinary Partnership

Kate Weare celebrates dancers Douglas Gillespie and Leslie Kraus

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Kate Weare Company Welcomes New Dancer Luke Murphy

Meet one of Kate Weare Company's new dancers, Luke Murphy and see a video of Luke in rehearsal for Garden.

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Kate Weare Company Welcomes New Dancer Bergen Wheeler

Meet one of Kate Weare Company's new dancers, Bergen Wheeler and see a video of Bergen in rehearsal for Garden.

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Kate Weare Company says a fond farewell and thank you to Adrian Clark, founding dancer and rehearsal director

Read thoughts from Kate Weare and Adrian Clark

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