“Of Circles and Cycles: Remembering, Ritual, and Rhythm in Black Queer Female Dances” by Layla Zami.
IMPRESSIONS: Maria Bauman MBDance in “(re)Source” presented by The Chocolate Factory Theater and BAAD in the Bronx
The Dance Enthusiast article, written by Christine Jowers, asks and answers questions that is imperative to her experience during (re)Source.
Maria Bauman- Morales offers insight into (re)Source. She further explains how (re)Source came to be an evening-length performance inside an audience-co-created installation.
(re)Source was listed in the New York Times as one of the top 11 dance performances to see in NYC!
Dramaturg Melanie George was just a guest writer for Eva Yaa Asantewaa’s InfiniteBody. She reflected on MBDance’s (re)Source and its implications. I find the work to be one of meaning-making, not statement-making…This speaks to a larger, overarching theme in her work: Life as practice, and an embodied investment in the survival and thriving of black […]
Guest writer Melanie George’s reflections on (re)Source, a new immersive dance work by Maria Bauman co-commissioned by BAAD! and The Chocolate Factory. The solo premiered at BAAD! in its BLAKTINX 2019 series on September 25 and ran nightly through September 28. For more information, click here. (re)Source is a work of blood and bone, of […]
…On the Cosmos MBDance Artistic Director, Maria Bauman-Morales contributed an article in Dancing While Black: Black Bodies | White Boxes, Angela’s Pulse inaugural digital journal! photo: Pouvoir (Video Still) | Art by Miatta Kawinzi.
“Getting to meet and speak with Maria was a more memorable experience than the picture alone would be able to capture.” Alejandra M. Llican Roman
MBDance intrigues in Dying, Dying, and Dying. It began as a meditation on death, but the direction it goes is so wildly different. Wil Aiken Culture Editor
Feeling the Vibration of the Periphery : A Conversation Feeling the Vibration of the Periphery : A Conversation with Maria Bauman-Morales, Alyssa Alpine, Pato Hebert , Cláudio Bueno , João Simões , Jaime Shearn Coan, Kendra Sullivan.