Thursday, July 6, 2017

The Annenberg Community Beach House welcomes incoming Choreographer-in-Residence Jay Carlon!

Jay Carlon begins the investigative stage of his residency July and August, and will be onsite creating and rehearsing with his company beginning 9/5/17. He'll be conducting two public workshops, Tuesday 9/19/17 at 6:30pm and Saturday 9/30 at 10:30am.

Lucid: Daydreaming at the Beach is the working title for his new piece to be created at the Beach House. An immersive theatrical experience that investigates how our memories and dreams affect mental health, the 90-minute experience collages, amplifies, and deconstructs memories, inviting the community of the audience to engage in conversations about their recollections of dreams and personal beloved spaces. Performances will take place October 7-8.

Stay tuned for Carlon's updates here to learn more!

Jay Carlon was born in Santa Barbara County to a migrant working family and attended the University of California, Irvine for his BFA in Dance and the California State University, Long Beach for his MFA; his roots in California are embedded in this soil and are evident in his identity-based work and performance. In 2016, he co-founded CARLON + LOLLIE, a collaborative team of artists whose creative desires are to re-present our collective and individual psyches by reimagining the conventions of performance and space. He is a performer and directing and management associate with site-based aerial spectacle theatre company Australia’s Strange Fruit, where he has performed at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, the opening of the Wallis Annenberg Theatre in Beverly Hills, and the 2016 EXPO (Antalya, Turkey). Carlon’s immersive, interactive, and site-based choreography has been showcased at HomeLA, LA Dance Festival, 92nd Y, The CURRENT SESSIONS, Electric Lodge, ARC Pasadena, and at Automata Theatre, where he was recently a D+R resident with Los Angeles Performance Practice. Jay has also performed with the Metropolitan Opera, Palissimo, and Schoen Movement Company.

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