Sarah Elizabeth Stanley
 
sarabesque

 

PERFORMER DANCEMAKER teacher

 
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NEWS

 
 
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TEACHING TOUR IN ARIZONA

Sarah will be traveling to Tucson, AZ in October and November 2018 to teach various classes, workshops, and new repertory. She is also seeking strong contemporary dancers for a experimental dance film. For information about open classes or to commission a work for competition and/or dance company, contact her here.

 

CONTINUING COLLABORATION WITH BRYNN BODAIR

Brynn and Sarah frequently work with improvisation, both in solo and duet formats. Sarah is honored to have been chosen as a performer in Brynn's senior thesis, to be shown at Loyola Marymount University in the spring of 2019.

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BAD MOON RISING

Sarah premiered her most recent solo Bad Moon Rising in June 2018 as a guest of Palm Dance Collective in Santa Barbara, CA. Bad Moon Rising was inspired by the climate change initiative led by Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI). Selections of Whitehouse's speeches can be heard in the original composition by Jon Lloyd.

 

BACH IN THE SUBWAYS

Every year across the world, artists gather in public transit spaces to celebrate the life and perform the music of Johann Sebastian Bach. Sarah and Brynn worked with cellist Jennifer Chen to create a work for the Los Angeles Bach Marathon.