Performance and Works

Guest House

Directed by Michelle Bach-Coulibaly, New Works Dance Company
Performed by Andrea Fleckenstein, Aya Bisbee, Ruchi Pathak, LP Cserr, Steven Choummalaithong, Stephanie Turner, Anthony Andrade, Matthew Garza, Maria Isabel Diaz, Shuang He, Trent Lee, Moises Rogers, Gisela Creus, Lea D’Arminio and Assi Coulibaly.
Performances: May 2nd to 5th and May 25th Festival of Dance Stuart Theatre Brown University, Providence RI – US

Ghost Dance

Choreography and Direction: Gisela Creus
Premiered Friday April 26th And Saturday April 27th at Modern Movements Dance Festival at AS220 Black Box Theatre, Providence RI
Poem by Mary Molinary
Performed by Karina Castro, Mary Langlois, Hannah Petrarca, Caroline Scanlan, Courtney-Ann Stockard as Contemporary Dance Ensemble
Music by I see the water, Steady the Stars (Instrumentals) by Young Oceans and This Rhythm is not mine by John De Kadt Ghost Dance: A Composition in 4 Gestures for 5 Bodies & 6 Voices

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Corporeality

Directed, choreographed and Performed by: Gisela Creus and Danielle Davidson
Performances: April 12 and 13 AS220’s Black Box Theatre, Providence RI – US
As part of a co-produced concert TEMPORAL PATHS with support by a residency at AS220.
Upcoming performances: Roger Williams University, November 9th 2019
Providence College, November 15th and 16th 2019

Silent Flight

Directed by Wendy Whelen
Performed by AniKaya Dance Company and Guest Performers
Performances: April 6th Brown University and Kennedy Plaza, Providence RI -US
June 1st at Boston Center of the Arts, Boston MA – US

Duet I & II

Choreographed by Mary Paula Hunter
Performed by Gisela Creus and Ellen Oliver
Performances: November 9th and 10th 2018 AS220 Black Box Theatre, Providence RI – US

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Work

Choreographed by Jenna Pollack
Performed by Jim Banta, Caitlin Canty, Gisela Creus, Kelsey Saulnier, Whitney Schmanski and Jackson Jirard
Music: Sexted by Steve Reich
Performances: November 2nd and 3rd 2018 Boston Center for the Arts, Boston MA – US
A Boston Moving Arts Production produced by David Orr part of Wild Type Show

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Verdant Vibes

Disjointed Fragments
Directed and Music by Verdant Vibes
Composed by Carolina Heredia
Video by Katina Bitsicas
Choreographed and Performed by Gisela Creus
Performances: October 26th Granoff Center of the Arts Brown University Providence RI – US
October 28th URI University of Rhode Island Kingston RI – US

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