Monday, August 29, 2011

Member Spotlight: Kelley Donovan & Dancers showing work in NYC!!‏

International Women Artists' Salon is happy to share the good news that Salon Member Kelley Donovan and Dancers will be in New York City on September 17th with "In a World" and "What is Stable Shifts, What is Solid Slips."

Kelley Donovan
and Dancers present

In a World
What is Stable Shifts, What is Solid Slips

Guest Choreographers:  David Parker,

Jessica Parks and Sharon Montella 



We are now performing at PEARL STUDIOS!
500 8th Ave., 12th Floor, room 1204

For tickets go to:
(if you cannot attend the show but want to contribute please go to the link above and purchase a ticket)

for directions
Monthly Series Continues:  October 8, Nov. 12th, December 10th

“…a noticeably personal style…gorgeously fluid,

strongly rooted movement.  -The New York Times



Performed By:   David Parker, Jessica Parks, Sharon Montella, Samantha Wilson, Michael West Jr., Sasha Peterson, Kelley Donovan, Nordica Holton, Lucy Considine, Laura Murphy,  Tiffany Ballinger, Stephanie  Reeves

for information call 617-388-3247 or e-mail   


Kelley Donovan splits her time between Boston and New York City, teaching in both cities and has performed work by Ann Carlson and Liz Lerman.   She currently teaches modern dance at UMass Boston, Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre in Cambridge and Third Life Studios in Somerville.  She received her training in choreography from Mark Morris and Bessie Schonberg and her work has been called “vibrant, imaginative...with a rare feeling for stage space” by the New York Times.  She has shown work in numerous Boston venues and at the Merce Cunningham Studio, Joyce SoHo, Movement Research, The Rover and the 92nd St. Y in New York City.  She has been selected as a Choreography Fellow at Summerstages Dance at Concord Academy this summer.  Starting in September she will produce a monthly Salon Series in New York City this fall at PMT House of Dance.  You can find information at

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