FREE DANCE SHOWING: "Yam Potatoe an Fish!"
Alanna Morris Van-Tassel returns home to Brooklyn to showcase her most recent choreographic work-in-progress: “Yam, Potatoe an Fish!” This piece explores the themes of home and displacement. Performance also featuring Elyse Morris (Former artist with Abraham. In.Motion)
This is a FREE showing for the Brooklyn Ballet community and select guests. Seating is limited!
RSVP: CLICK HERE or Call Brooklyn Ballet: 718-246-0146
160 Schermerhorn Street
Brooklyn, New York, 11201
About Alanna Morris-Van Tassel:
Dance Magazine's “Top 25 Dancers to Watch in 2018,” Alanna Morris Van-Tassel has spent 10 seasons with Minnesota-based dance company TU Dance (Toni Pierce-Sands and Uri sands, Co-Artistic Directors) and has worked professionally with Nathan Trice/RITUALS, Andrea Miller, and Janis Brenner & Dancers. During her tenure at TU Dance Alanna danced featured roles by celebrated choreographers, Kyle Abraham, Gioconda Barbuto, Camille A. Brown, Ronald K. Brown, Greggory Dolbashian, Katrin Hall, Francesca Harper, Dwight Rhoden, and Uri Sands. In 2011, Morris-Van Tassel received a Minnesota SAGE Award for Outstanding Performer and is a recipient of the 2015 McKnight Dance Fellowship. In the summer of 2016, supported by The Jerome Foundation, she traveled to Trinidad to study Afro-Caribbean dance as a part of the New Waves! Festival in Port of Spain. In September 2017 Alanna was an Artist-In-Residence with Art On Purpose (Arima, Trinidad) where she commissioned a new solo dance by choreographer, Jamie Philbert and participated in a range of community engagement activities, including a Master Class and public showing of the works-inprogress. Alanna continues to actively engage community in the Twin Cities by producing her own work and collaborating with many arts and educational programs and individuals. She is currently developing a solo dance concert to premiere in Minneapolis in Spring 2018. Alanna holds a BFA in Dance from The Juilliard School. https://www. alannamvt.com/