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...that's what she said

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The Boston University Dance Theater

25 Buick Street

Boston, MA 02215

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Lady BOS Productions Presents:

...that’s what she said

dances from the feminine perspective


WHERE: The Boston University Dance Theater | 25 Buick Street Boston, MA

WHEN: Saturday, March 30, 2019 | 8-10pm

TICKETS: $20-$35


Lady BOS Productions presents ...that’s what she said, an evening of dances from the feminine perspective. For decades, we have found ourselves at a crossroads for gender equality. Today, social media has enabled long-standing gender discussions to sweep across the country with new force via movements such as #metoo, #timesup, and #askhermore. Yet all the while there remains a firm wall of fear and resistance that threatens our ability to progress, to understand, and to come together. Now is the time to shed an inner light on shared experiences; to find likeness and to attend to the awareness of self.


With ...that’s what she said, Lady BOS Productions has invited femme dance artists to mine their personal narratives, histories, and lineages, and to physicalize their experience. The intimate works created each celebrate the unique and dynamic force of the feminine voice. With both new and reimagined works by one New York-based and six Boston-based femme-identifying choreographers, audiences will be moved by this deeply personal evening of dance theater.


Featuring choreography by Andrew Genova, Reina Gold, Jennifer Lin, Jenna Pollack, Nailah Randall-Bellinger, Nattie Trogdon and Kristin Wagner, and a film by Victoria Awkward showcasing movement generated by the preteen dance students at the Curley K-8 School. This work is the result of a series of workshops that combine movement invention and personal narrative into physicalized storytelling, facilitated by Aysha Upchurch and hosted by ...that’s what she said with support from the Boston Opportunity Fund, the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture, and the Boston Cultural Council.


Aysha Upchurch will facilitate a brief Question & Answer with the artists following the show. All are encouraged, but not required, to stay!


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...that’s what she said provides developmental support and opportunities for intergenerational femme-identifying dance artists and choreographers via peer-mentorship, community outreach, interdisciplinary events, and formal performances.

For more information, please visit www.ladybosproductions.com.

Find us on Instagram as @ladybosproductions!

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