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BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance FLIPPING DOMINION June 27 & 29 CPR, nyc

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This is an exciting week for BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance!

Tomorrow we will be premiering our season at             CPR-Center For Performance Research! We have been developing Control Dominion and The Mantises Are Flipping (P.S. I’ll have whatever they’re having) all year, the dancers are set, the stage is ready, and the Brooklyn Brewery refreshments are chilled.

Here are a few more behind the scenes rehearsal photos of the dancers as they prepare for Thursday and Saturday!!


Flipping Dominion is only at CPR-Center for

Performance Research for two nights and seating is limited. Buy your tickets today!

June 27 & 29 at 7:30p
           General Admission: $20     Student/Artist: $15             (discount code for Student/Artist: 7183491210361)

Click HERE for tickets!

Our season features two drastically different pieces: Control Dominion and The Mantises are Flipping (P.S. I’ll have whatever they’re having).
Join us after for a reception featuring beer by Brooklyn Brewery and a silent auction to support our international tour!

ONLY a few more days to support the company 

We have LESS than 2 WEEKS to fully fund our campaign and we’re halfway there! Support our season and help us perform and teach in Europe this summer. We can make it with your support!

DONATE Today!  

photos by Smita Sharma and Bill Hebert
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Teresa Fellion

Teresa-FellionTeresa Fellion is a choreographer, dancer, theater artist, writer, and educator from Sandwich, MA, living in Manhattan. She has shown choreography at Baryshnikov Arts Center, Jacob’s Pillow, The Public Theater, University of Florida Dance Department, Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theater, Bryant Park SummerStage, ENTPE University (Lyon, France), Booking Dance Festival (Edinburgh, Scotland), White Wave Cool NY, Dixon Place, DNA, NYU, BAAD!, Merce Cunningham, Naropa University, University of Maine, The ICA Boston, and with Phish, among others. Fellion’s work has been positively reviewed by sources such as NPR,, The Skinny Magazine, World Dance Reviews, Edinburgh Festivals Magazine, Edinburgh Spotlight, and Earth Press. Fellion has performed works by Lucinda Childs, Deganit Shemy, Liz Lerman, Twyla Tharp, M’Bewe Escobar, Rhapsody, Sarah Skaggs, Skip Costa, Kimberly Young, and Martha Bowers, as well as comedy improv & theater productions nationally. She has enjoyed inventive collaborations with composers and lighting, video, set & costume designers, such as Trey Anastasio, Killick!, Chris Cathode, Ryan Lott, John Yannelli, Burke Brown, and Elena Comendador.

Teresa is titled “Artistic Liaison between Cameroon & U.S.” by president Paul Biya for performing with dance companies and percussion ensembles such as National Ballet du Cameroun and at The National Soccer Cup Finals. In 2012 she received a Window Award NEA Grant for a chashama Times Square residency to create and perform a site-specific work and she earned the Choreographic Fellowship from SummerStages Dance Festival at Concord Academy. She was granted residencies at Dragon’s Egg in 2013, Armitage Gone! Dance in 2012, Mount Tremper Arts in 2011, and a Field FAR Space Grant in 2007. She was sole recipient of 2006 American Dance Guild Fellowship for Jacob’s Pillow’s Choreographers’ Lab. Fellion completed an MFA in Dance from Sarah Lawrence College under a Bessie Schonberg Scholarship. She was a scholarship recipient at The Ailey School’s Certificate Program. She also attended Mount Holyoke College and then earned a BA in English, French, and Creative Writing, with a minor in Dance as a merit scholar graduate of NYU. As a lover of languages, Fellion speaks French fluently and Spanish, Italian, Swahili, Bulu, Ewondo, and Fufulde moderately. As an educator, she has taught Dance, Yoga, Theater, French and Poetry for universities, community & senior centers, schools, and conservatories internationally including The Ailey School, Sarah Lawrence College, DreamYard Project, Marquis Studios, Community Word Project, and Pace University. She also enjoys stage managing, lighting, video, and sound design and the great outdoors.

“Two young choreographers break through the stylistic nihilism that has characterized modern dance for so long on this evening of dances…Ms. Fellion is exploring counterpoint in space: She has different groups performing different movements, and using different levels in counterpoint. Her stage picture offers a structural interest not often seen these days. Ms. Fellion also creates different sculptural shapes using more than one dancer, and these, also, give form to her work.”—R. Pikser (


Corey Bliss

Corey E. Bliss' headshotCorey Bliss is from Red Bank, NJ and graduated cum laude from the Ailey/Fordham Bachelor of Fine Arts Program in Dance in May 2007, with a minor in Communication and Media Studies. She has been a member of Bodystories: Teresa Fellion Dance since 2009. Corey began training with Nancy Turano at the New Jersey Dance Theatre Ensemble (NJDTE) in 1995. She has worked with and performed works by many renowned choreographers, such as Alvin Ailey, Paul Taylor, David Parsons, Seán Curran, Eduardo Vilaro, and Jean Emile. In 2011, she apprenticed with Stephen Petronio Company, and was also an apprentice with RIOULT for their 2006-2007 season. Corey is a dance facilitator at the Arts Access Program at Matheny Medical & Educational Center in Peapack, NJ (a fine arts program for adults with medically complex disabilities), and serves as Company Manager for NJDTE.

Daniel Chenoweth

Daniel-ChenowethDaniel Chenoweth is from El Cerrito, CA where he studied Tap, Jazz and Partnering from Katie Maltsberger. While Studying at Skidmore College he received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and a Bachelor of Science in Dance Performance, receiving honors in each as well as performing works by Ohad Naharin, Robert Battle, Robert Moses Kevin Wynn, Alex Ketley, and Melecio Estrella.  Daniel joined BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance Dance in 2012 and also performs with Jennifer Mellor Dance Project.

Julie Goldberg

Head shot 1Julie Goldberg graduated from the University of Oregon’s honors college with a B.A. in Dance. While at Oregon, Julie danced for two seasons with the University of Oregon Repertory Dance Company, performed numerous faculty and student choreographed works, and studied several somatic practices. Drawing on her experiences with dance and somatics, she successfully defended an honors thesis challenging the validity of mind/body dualism in Western culture. Julie has had the honor of performing works by Jose Limon, Shen Wei, Mark Haim, Michelle Gibson, Tessa Chandler, and Gabriel Masson, among others. In addition to BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance, Julie currently dances for (Alex)andra Taylor Dance and LJ Leach/ Movement Arts. She is also a passionate Pilates instructor and is trained in Stott Pilates. In addition to dancing, Julie is also BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance’s development associate.

Sarah Hillmon

sarah-toprint-borderSarah Hillmon is a native of Rochester, NY where she trained at Garth Fagan Dance and the Timothy M. Draper Center. She performed as a company member of the Rochester City Ballet and attended the Alvin Ailey Summer Intensive. Sarah graduated with a BFA in Dance from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where she had the privilege of performing works by talented artists including Sidra Bell, Lucinda Childs,Gus Solomons jr, and Charles Weidman at famous venues including Baryshnikov Arts Center, the 92nd Street Y, and the Lincoln Center Rose Theater. Performing as part of the Danspace Project, River to River Festival, LaMaMa Moves Dance Festival, and at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) have all been prominent stepping stones in her career. In addition to BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance, Sarah currently dances for the RedCurrant Collective, Suzanne Beahrs Dance, and Lucinda Childs Dance.

Julia Jurgilewicz

426301_10150536255663668_660518166_nJulia Jurgilewicz was raised in Massachusetts where she trained in modern, ballet, and contemporary at The Gold School. She graduated with a BFA in dance from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU where she had the pleasure of working with choreographers Sidra Bell, Benoit-Swan Pouffer and Gus Solomons Jr. Since graduating Julia has performed in Don Giovanni, Aida and Parsifal at The Metropolitan Opera and worked with companies including LEVYdance, The Anata Project in San Francisco, CA, Johannes Weiland and Wen-Jen Huang/Seed Dance, Currently Julia dances with Suzanne Beahrs Dance, RedCurrant Collective, and is the administrative consultant for The Charles Weidman Dance Foundation.

Nicole Kadar

nicole-kadar-95_2Nicole Kadar graduated magna cum-laude with a B.S. in dance while also studying early childhood education and business at Skidmore College. Nicole has performed dance and theater works by Camille A. Brown, Greg Taubman, and Robert Battle. She apprenticed with Matthew Westerby Company. Nicole has a passion for teaching as well as performing. She taught beginner ballet at Saratoga City Ballet, jazz and hip-hop at the National Museum of Dance’s School of the Arts, and hip-hop at Saratoga High School for MOVE Dance Troupe. Nicole also assisted Debra Pigliavento’s jazz classes and Mary Harney’s lower level modern class at Skidmore College, as well as substituted for modern classes. In New York City, Nicole has taught a dance workshop for the Family Center, First Step classes at the Ailey School and at a Bronx dance school. Besides dancing Nicole also enjoys sewing original clothing and scrapbooking.

Lindsey received her dance training at Atlanta Ballet School as well as Boston Ballet School. After graduating she had the opportunity of working with several Boston, MA based dance companies including Jose Mateo’s Ballet Theatre, Contrapose Dance,, Lorraine Chapman the Company, Caitlin Corbett and Dancers, and Marcus Schulkind. After living and working in Boston for over nine years she moved to Brooklyn, NY and is very happy to have joined BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance.

Stephanie Sutherland

steph Headshot 1Stephanie Sutherland, from Pine Bush, NY, graduated from Alvin Ailey/Fordham University where she earned her BFA in Dance.  She was in the international tour of West Side Story, traveling throughout Italy, Lebanon, and Japan.  She has danced in works by Judith Jamison, Pascal Rioult, Jose Limon, Jennifer Muller, Paul Taylor, Donald McKayle, Anne Reinking, and Kevin Wynn. In addition to Bodystories: Teresa Fellion Dance, she has worked with Yaa Samar! Dance Theatre, Flexicurve Dance, Janice Lancaster, Christopher Rudd, Kristin Sudeikis, and has helped set work on Ballet Hispanico.  Commercially as a dancer and actress, Stephanie has appeared internationally in commercials, music videos, and feature films.  She was a core member of the indie rock band Jigsaw Soul, in which she sang, danced, and grooved her way through the music scene.  She enjoys teaching Pilates and yoga, being a certified massage therapist and Reiki practitioner.  Stephanie is both thrilled and honored to be a part of BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance, and thanks Teresa, Felix, and her parents for keeping her inspired.

Guest Artists

Dante Adela

Dante-AdelaDante Adela started breakdancing in his teens. He took his first ballet class at 18 and subsequently won scholarships to Lou Conte Dance Studio in Chicago, Steps on Broadway, Alvin Ailey American Dance Center, and North Carolina School of the Arts. Dante danced with Orlando Ballet, Renvall Dance, State Ballet of Missouri, Met Opera Ballet, Ballet NY, Zvi Dance, Collective Body: DanceLab, Igal Perry, Cedar Lake Ensemble, and Cirque du Soleil. He loves rock climbing and martial arts, and is an instructor at Reebok/LA Sports Club and Chelsea Piers.

Donielle EJ Janora

Donielle-EJ-JanoraDonielle EJ Janora received a BFA in Dance from University at Buffalo. Janora performed for International Film Festival in Dubai, “Platforms” NY Musical Theatre Festival, Norwegian Cruise Lines, national tours “Will Rogers Follies” and “Footloose” as Dance Swing/ Ensemble Member, L’oreal Professionnel, recording artist Fredrick Ford, festivals, industrials and companies. She is a dance educator. Janora was Dance Captain for regional/summer stock “Grease” and “Pippin”. Film/TV credits: PBS Special—the Capitol 4th (tapping beside Jason Alexander), “My Super Ex-Girlfriend”, “Law and Order” and “The Chappelle Show”.

Hamilton Nieh

Hamilton-NiehHamilton Nieh grew up in Washington DC, Hong Kong and Seattle. He received formative dance training under Victor Ullate in Madrid, Spain and at San Francisco Ballet School. Nieh has performed professionally in Canada, Spain and the United States. His repertoire includes works of Petipa, Bejart, Limon, Balanchine, Trey McIntyre, Jean Grand Maitre, Peter Quanz and Helen Pickett to name a few. Hamilton is featured with the Alberta Ballet in the recent film “Joni Mitchell’s The Fiddle and the Drum,” danced with Luna Negra Dance Theater in Chicago, and currently dances with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal.  Nieh was nominated for the Princess Grace Award for Performance in 2009.

Hannah Nieh

Hannah-NiehHannah Nieh first performed with the Hong Kong ballet. She has performed internationally as a dancer/singer in concert, Broadway, theater, and recording projects. Highlights: Herbie Hancock/Wayne Shorter concert (Tokyo/LA, ICAP, feature singer/dancer), ‘Hot Mikado’ (u/s Tony winning BJ Crosby, performed), ‘Seven Brides…’ (National Tour), ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (ASF), ‘TraumNovela’ (Iris, Off Bway). Dance companies: Ballet Chicago, Richmond Ballet, Collective Body:DanceLab. Nieh is a proud AEA member.

Maya Orchin

mayaorchinMaya Orchin graduated magna cum laude with a BFA from George Mason University. She has trained with Ultima Vez and Les Slovaks in Brussels, Belgium.  Maya has worked with Davis Freeman, Artichoke Dance Company, Regina Nejman, Maurice Fraga, and Liz Claire.  Maya began working with BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance in 2012.

Gwennaelle Rakotovao

Gwennaelle-RakotovaoGwennaelle Rakotovao from Rouen, France, has studied at Institut de Formation Professionelle Rick Odums in Paris, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and Rosella Hightower School in Cannes. She received Rick Odums Fellowship, Region Haute Normandie French Government Grant, Hightower Fellowship, and LCU Foundation Grant. She worked with Luc Moka, Aline Mottier, Michèle Bernier, Gilles de Maistre, and as a prominent member of Rick Odums’ ensemble. Performance highlights: Viva Cité Festival, Transeuropéennes, critically acclaimed “Classiquement Dingue” (France and Togo), solo choreographed by (maitre des arts et lettres) Pasqualina Noel at “Theatre Du Gymnase,” and featured role in an acclaimed documentary. Rakotovao has presented choreography and performed with Dominique Filhol and Antoine Espagne (musical “Au Clair de la Lune” selected for “Festival Court Devants), H.T. Chen Dance Company, Whitney V. Hunter, of Martha Graham Company, Collective Body: DanceLab, and Regina Nejman.

Jill Marie Vallery

Jill-Marie-ValleryJill Marie Vallery graduated from Alvin Ailey American Dance Program where she danced with Milton Myers, Ana Marie Forsythe and Troy Powell. She is a senior teaching artist for Alvin Ailey Arts in Education and a certified Pilates instructor. Vallery has performed in international tours, including with Ms.Tsiidii Leloka (who originated the role of Rafiki in Broadway‘s The Lion King.) As a featured solo dancer Vallery appeared on Good Morning America, The Today Show and Saturday Night Live. Vallery choreographed and toured with Anitibalas Afro beat Orchestra and appeared in productions “Tales From the Sun” (Off Broadway) and “My Name Ain’t Peaches” (Philadelphia). She works with Tony Award Winning Choreographer Bill T Jones as dance captain of “FELA” on Broadway and on National Tour.

Charly Wenzel

Charly-WenzelCharly Wenzel from Germany, graduated from Iwanson School of Contemporary Dance, received scholarships at Ballet Academy Stockholm, Jennifer Muller The Works and DNA, and studied at Alvin Ailey School. Wenzel danced with Munich State Opera and numerous NYC choreographers. She tours internationally with Japanese singer Yoko Ishida, danced on MTV, for R’nB/Pop singer LALA and has been featured in several films. Wenzel is Associate Artistic Director of NAGANUMA Dance and works on her own projects in collaboration with music and film artists that have been shown in opera and TV productions and culture competitions in Germany, at The Cunningham Studio, Judson Memorial Church, Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, and Interborough Repertory Theater. Wenzel was featured in Dance Spirit Magazine.

Madeline Wilcox

Antone RosasMadeline Wilcox is a performer, arts administrator, and dance educator based in Brooklyn. She has had the pleasure of working with many brilliant choreographers including but not limited to Kendra Portier|BANDportier, Marina Masceral, Vicky Cortes, Alex|Xan: The Medium Movement, Matthew Westerby Company, Ashleigh Leite Dance, and Mary Fitzgerald. In 2011, Madeline performed in the experimental opera That Morning Thing at the Kitchen, composed by Robert Ashley and choreographed by Kimberly Bartosik. Graduating summa cum laude, Madeline holds a BFA in Dance Performance and a BS in Communication from Arizona State University. Currently, Madeline serves as the Education Programs Assistant at Dance New Amsterdam, and performs with Bodystories: Teresa Fellion Dance and Suzanne Beahrs Dance. She is also making her own work in collaboration with Michelle Pellizzon.


Carver Audain

Carver (2)Carver Audain creates immersive sound environments using digital signal processing and editing techniques on a variety of environmental and instrumental recordings.

His recent works explore harmonic structures comprised of slowly shifting sound fields that merge and transform within their physical surroundings.

He has presented works at venues such as the Arts Center of the Capital Region, Studio Soto, Casa Del Popolo, Roulette, and ISSUE Project Room. He has participated in a number of festivals including Sonic Circuits, Plays Well With Others, and Floating Points. He was the first recipient of ISSUE Project Room’s Emerging Composer’s Commission care of the Greenwall Foundation, and in 2012 he was awarded an Emerging Artists Commission from Roulette with funds provided by the Jerome Foundation. In 2013 he was awarded with the Community Arts Fund grant from the Brooklyn Arts Council and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

Michael Berberich

berberich headshotMichael Berberich (Sound Designer) has been producing original music and designing sound for New York dance, theatre and film for over ten years. As the in-house sound designer for Mind the Art Entertainment (formerly) and Yaa! Samar Dance Theatre (currently), Michael has worked in many iconic NYC venues for both dance and theatre, including the Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theater, La Mama, Joyce SoHo, Teatro la Tea, and the Fordham College at Lincoln Center Theater. His work has been presented in numerous festivals throughout New York, including Cool New York Dance Festival, the Artists of Tomorrow Festival, and multiple years with the New York Fringe Festival. Recently Michael had the pleasure of touring the Middle East with Yaa! Samar, where his work was heard at the National Theaters of Jordan, Israel and Palestine. Based in Brooklyn, Michael produces music for himself (under the moniker “Berberock”) and various local acts ranging from acoustic singer/songwriters to rap and hip hop groups; he has worked with the likes of renowned bassist Felix Pastorius (Jeff Coffin Mu’tet, Yellowjackets) and engineer Tom Coyne (winner of the 2012 Grammy for Mastering ’21′ by Adele).

Christopher Cathode

CC1Christopher Cathode (Avant-electronic Sound Artist), originally from Maine, mixes acoustic & electronic percussion with nuances of electro gear such as samplers and retro synth engines to create a metamorphosis of sound, timbre, color & texture. There is a profound ‘fondness’ for metallophones and vibrational alloy percussion. With the addition of amplified ‘found’ items and the resurrection and treated amplification of ‘forgotten’ and abandoned medical and industrial devices, the territory covered traverses landscapes akin to post-Apocalyptic wasteland dwellings and engine oil odor-filled factories. The name given to this: Experimental Electronic & Stereophonic Operations (E_E.S.O.)

Brian Carey Chung

brian carey chungI am a choreographer, poet, and teacher originally born in Kingston, Jamaica to a Chinese Rastafarian Reggae-producing father and an Indian-Scottish mother who loved to sing and dance. My career spanned the companies of LINES Ballet, Armitage Gone! Dance, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, and Ballet Hispanico of New York; and I have had the pleasure of guesting for several companies, including: Dances Patrelle, San Francisco Opera Ballet, and Buglisi Dance Theatre under the auspices of Martine Van Hamel’s New Amsterdam Ballet. Prior to founding the Collective, I worked as Karole Armitage’s company Rehearsal Director and as her Assistant Choreographer on the Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park production of HAIR. Thus far, I have created six works for the Collective. Commissions include Cedar Lake Ensemble II, Ballet Santa Barbara, Connecticut Ballet, Reverb Choreographic Competition (of which I was a 2010 winner), and Luna Negra Dance Theatre. The Collective has performed two seasons at Baryshnikov Arts Center, and has toured to Denmark as a finalist in the 2010 Aarhus International Choreographic Competition. I have studied numerous disciplines including: Dance, Voice, Piano, Web Design, Photography, Interactive Technology, Gyrotonic® (of which I am certified to teach), Pre-med, and Poetry, all of which I have synthesized into my choreography. I hold the MFA in Creative Writing from New York University where I was a poetry fellow, scholarship recipient and adjunct professor. Starting in August 2011, I will divide my time between New York City and Chicago where I am a newly appointed Assistant Professor in Ballet at Northern Illinois University.

Jesse Dunham

Jesse-DunhamJesse Dunham (Costume Designer), originally from Bangor, is Costume Coordinator at Alvin Ailey American Dance Center and Marymount Manhattan College. She has designed costumes for Francesca Harper, Karen?Arceneaux, Kristen McArdle, and Robinson Ballet Company. Through Treehouse Productions, she has also worked with?Complexions, Kazuko Hirabayashi, Kansas City Ballet, Ailey II, and Metropolitan Ballet in Pennsylvania. Most recently she has worked with the New York Musical Theater Festival for productions of Cross that River, and Plagued: a love story. Jesse earned a BFA in Dance from Marymount Manhattan College.

Ryan Edwards

Picture 3Ryan has enjoyed a fruitful career as a performer and teacher, ensemble leader, businessman and instrument-maker in Southeast Michigan from 2000-2009. He built and managed a substantial arts organization called Like Water: the pre-eminent drum and dance resource in the state of Michigan. He has travelled extensively in Guinea, West Africa and has led an adventure travel study mission to his center in Guinea from 2000 to 2008. Ryan extensively performed at venues throughout the midwest, instrument sales nationally, teaching and presenting engagements from primary schools to universities, and the creation of an arts organization unparalleled in the region. Ryan completed his undergraduate studies at Berklee as a drumset principle. Ryan was the recipient of considerable scholarship funding, an advocate of curricular improvement, an implementor of new programs and offerings (Berklee Rhythm), and the co-director of a major performance – Out of Africa 2010. Ryan has enjoyed extensive work with dancers around Boston including work with the Boston Ballet, the Boston Conservatory, as

well as private, self-produced and non-collegiate works. Ryan has swiftly become one of the “first-call” musicians for dance, and has enjoyed compositional commissions, touring opportunities, residencies and more. Ryan is the co-founder of a 11-piece powerhouse Afro-beat group, Federator N°1.

John Yannelli

John-YannelliJohn Yannelli (Composer) works in both traditional and experimental styles of music. His diverse catalog includes works for various ensembles, chorus, orchestra, and mixed media such as, interactive electronics, improvisation and music for theater, dance and film. He is Director of Electronic Music and Music Technology at Sarah Lawrence College where he also holds the William Schuman Chair in Music.


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