Photo by Melissa Blackall

Not Eye, Us by Fernadina Chan

Boston Dancemakers Residency Showcase: Not Eye, Us by Fernadina Chan, Continuum Dance Project

In-Person Performances

Thursday, June 22 | 7:30pm
Friday, June 23 | 8:00pm

The June 23, 8pm performance will be recorded. By purchasing tickets to the show, you agree to appear on video.

Saturday, June 24 | 8:00pm

Virtual Performance

Wednesday, June 28 – Wednesday, July 19 | Free (up to 20 day online access)

Directed by Fernadina Chan in partnership with Continuum Dance Project (CDP) co-director, Adriane Brayton, Not Eye, Us is an immersive dance-theatre work exploring the intersection of gaze and power through a multi-layered connection to Michael Alfano’s sculpture ‘Cubed’. Through manipulation of the sculpture’s nine moveable pieces, each pigmented with a different skin tone, Not Eye, Us examines individual diversity within a united community; propelling the audience and performers on an interactive journey. 

This new cross-disciplinary dance challenges audiences to consider the impact of external perception on race and gender, while empowering them to interact with, touch, and take ownership of the work. 

Collaborative Team

Director & Choreographer | Fernadina Chan & Adriane Brayton 

Performers & Contributors | Adriane Brayton, Mayra Hernandez, Sarah Pacheco, Lonnie Stanton,  Jennifer Roberts (alternate)

Dramaturg | Jennine Willett, Third Rail Projects

Scenic Design | Sculpture by Michael Alfano

Technical Director & Light Designer | Anne Dresbach 
Costume Designer | Soyoung L Kim



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