Tamar will be traveling this month to Quebec City and Montreal.
There will be several screenings of Enter The Faun, Q&A’s and attendance at activities surrounding the First International Symposium for Dance and Well-Being.
Please let your friends in Quebec/Montreal know and click the following link for more information:
We are looking forward to returning to Brussels, Belgium in the fall. More on that soon!
For the fourth year, Tamar will spend a week at Balletvale+ in Valencia, Spain teaching children with cerebral palsy.
This year, a small group of the older children will form a dance research lab which will include physical therapists and dance teachers. This fabulous school was founded because of the work that Gregg and Tamar developed.
Balletvale+ are making their own documentary using the voices of the children, parents, and teachers and amazing footage of the children in class and performing.
The very exciting two-minute trailer can be seen at this link.
Gregg remains busy in the world of New York Theatre. He is currently appearing in two Off Broadway shows this Spring/Summer.
In addition to that, he’s also preparing for his greatest role to date- our Faun will soon be a father! He and his wife, Sara, are expecting their first child in August. We wish them all the health and happiness in the world!
Daisy is now working full-time in the NYC public school system, and looking forward to her first summer off 🙂
Véronique is working on a couple of new documentaries and continuing her work with youth media and social justice organization Global Action Project.
Karl, who has been part of the team as administrator, is leaving us after three years to go to social work school. He will be missed.
Tamar is still teaching her laboratory class twice a week at the La MaMa studio. The class is seeing an amazing transformation as she works with Merri Milwe, who has dystonia.
In class, she is out of her wheelchair and dancing without a trace of symptoms! Puzzling and fascinating.
There is so much to learn about our neurology and how even our most problematic patterns can change when we dance.
Watch Merri walk at this link!
Watch Merri dance the next day at this link!
Daisy, Véronique, Gregg, Karl and Tamar thank you all for following the course of our work.
It is ten years since Gregg met Tamar in Veselka’s coffee shop to discuss his dancing the role of the Faun. It’s been a very fruitful decade, with the live performances, film, being part of Sundance, festivals, residencies, screenings and broadcasts worldwide, distribution, and travels.
Enter The Faun is closed-captioned in English, subtitled in Japanese, Spanish, French, and features audio descriptions in English and French!
We continue on into the second decade following the Faun’s progress further. We appreciate all of you, our supporters.
With thanks and love,
Daisy, Gregg, Véronique, Tamar, Karl
P.S. – To purchase the film on DVD or online stream or to contribute, click the links below!