This wildly collaborative project has been many months in the making via media platforms by dance artists CoCo Loupe, Mina Estrada (LA), Amiti Perry (TX), Stacey Decknick (FL) and musician Michael Boyko.
We did something fantastic… In December 2018, we were selected for the Orlando Fringe Festival, and we’ve been creating a show together since then. From One Foot to the Other is a wild animal of a show that includes rich, juicy dancing, lip syncing, storytelling, live music, and one of us could possibly time travel and/or successfully achieve a disappearing act at some point in the show. The real fantastical part of this whole process is that we’ve been doing it while living in different states, all through the magic of technology.
As we approach the festival, we are looking for some additional support to carry us over the finish line. Funds raised from this campaign will help cover:
Creative and production costs
Marketing and promotional materials
Every dollar makes this journey more successful. We are grateful for your support! And, if you are in (or near) Orlando, COME TO THE SHOW!!! Go to fofttofringe.cocoloupedance.com for more information about the show, the festival, and all of the artists in From One Foot to the Other.
Coco Loupe Dances has been collaboratively fashioning a wild movement adventure with professional dance artists Mina Estrada (Baton Rouge, LA) and Amiti Perry (Dallas, TX) via virtual platforms for several months now, alongside local dancer Stacey Decknick and musician/composer Michael Boyko. Through long hours of experimenting with improvisational modes, philosophical banter, highly structured gestural choreography to 80s pop songs, and the pain of middle-aged adults managing the complexities of modern day technology, they have devised a dance theatre experience that feels like a dream inside of a music video, folded into a story about the glory and calamity of moving forward, falling backward, traveling inward, finding pause, dancing hard, singing with the body, while longing to feel your feet on solid ground.
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