Woven: Life in Notes and Steps

Jazz composer and gifted trumpeter Mark Rapp teams up with professional choreographer Stephanie Wilkins to present Woven, a one of a kind tapestry of jazz and contemporary dance. Developed exclusively as part of The HT@MTC Performance Incubator, Woven melds choreography with improvisation, taking the audience on a life voyage through universal human experiences, from passion to despair; questioning to acceptance. During their professional careers in NYC, Rapp and Wilkins worked in the uppermost echelons of the performing arts. In Woven, their collective experiences are conveyed through an evening-length set of works featuring five jazz musicians and six contemporary dancers, portraying, through notes and steps, how we are all connected – woven – together in this fabric of life.

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“Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it.
Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves.
All things are bound together. All things connect.”
– Chief Seattle

“We do not remember days, we remember moments.”
– Cesare Pavese

Here’s a little story about a particular man and woman and our moments.
Let’s begin…

1) Celebrating Life
2) family?
3) Young Rebellion
4) My Place
5) Sweet Serene
6) Darkness & Despair
7) In the Presence of…
8) Thank You
9) Living in the Moment
10) Love
11) Celebrating Life



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