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Does this T-shirt Make me Dance?

Organized by Keila Cordova
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Buy a t-shirt - Become a Patron of the Arts! Each t-shirt purchase helps us reach our goal to pay all performers and production costs.

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All funds raised will go to Keila Cordova, the organizer for 3 Pony Show's Linear Default, evening-length performance to premiere September 2016.
14 items sold
$190 raised
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
$20
Gildan Ultra Cotton Tank
Unisex Tank Top
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  • Does this T-shirt Make me Dance? Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - small
  • Does this T-shirt Make me Dance? Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - small
  • Does this T-shirt Make me Dance? Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - small
  • Does this T-shirt Make me Dance? Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - small
Organized by Keila Cordova

About this campaign

This t-shirt campaign is dedicated to raising funds to pay the performing artists and productioneam – and to cover the budgeted project expense (venue rental, costume design, set design, etc.) – for Linear Default, an evening-length performance by 3 Pony Show/keila cordova dances to premiere September 2016 at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. 

T-shirt DESIGN: Nobody Knows I’m A Dancer - Dancers juggle so many different activities that it's not always easy to spot a dancer on the street. We’re kind of like super heroes in that way...

LINEAR DEFAULT
A rope, an audience and a stage full of dancers. What is the connection? Linear Default boldly inhabits sequences, where variables alter both sides. We're beginning the project with inquiry and an interest in investigating how performers and audiences connect in a performing space.

Performers: Camille Gamble, Olivia Naegele, Karmen Nicole, Sarah Warren
Lighting Designer: Christine Causer

Keila Cordova creates with “a fusion of style and subject matter capable of yielding a wide variety of aesthetic experiences and meanings.” – Philadelphia Inquirer

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Keila Cordova grew up writing stories and watching her mother dance in Panama before migrating to California, where she was both a gymnast and a cheerleader. She soon began creating movement work of her own and went on to study at te University of California, Berkeley were she majored in Rhetoric and studied Modern Dance under the direction of David and Marnie Wood, former dancers with the Martha Graham Company. Cordova is a choreographer, performer and writer whose work has been performed at Judson Church, the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, New York City at Aaron Davis Hall, the Cool NY Dance Festival, the Solar One Arts Festival, Dixon Place, the Boogie Down Dance Festival, BAAD! (Bronx Academy of Art & Dance), the D.U.M.B.O. Arts Festival, Spanic Attack, Clement Soto Velez Center, the HERE Arts Center, Mulberry Street Theater, as well as the Kelly Strayhorn's newMoves Contemporary Dance Festival (Pittsburgh, PA), Celebrate Dance Festival (San Diego, CA), Outlet Dance Project at the Grounds for Sculpture (Hamilton, NJ), Sweat Modern Dance Festival (Hoboken, NJ), the Around the Coyote Festival (Chicago) and the Toronto Dance Fringe (fFIDA).

Cordova has created theatrical choreography for Living Arts Productions remounted international tour of Porgy Bess; Johnny 23 (The Producers Club II), Looking Up (The Edinburgh Fringe Festival), The Bacchae (NY Fringe, American Living Room Festival), and Dominicas Smile (Grove Theater). As a dancer/performer she has worked with Headlong Dance, Dean Moss, Meg Wolfe, Pele Bauch, Arthur Aviles Typical Theater, Wanted X-Cheerleaders (choreographed by Jody Oberfelder, directed by Kim Irwin), Dani Nikas, Janine Williams, Amy Pivar, Rena Gluck among others. Cordova has received artistic support with the Funds for New Work awards from Aaron Davis Hall, a commission from the Greenwall Foundation and the International Center for Advanced Studies; artist residency awards from the Constance B. Saltonstall Foundation, The Millay Colony, Norcroft, as well as an Audre Lorde Fellowship. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the New School and has taught movement workshops in Philadelphia, New York and Atlanta.

Supporters

Hannah L. 1 item
Emily Arnold 1 item + $5
carla 1 item

Working with Keila was one of the best professional collaborations I've ever had. Keila - would love to do more work with you!! But in the meantime, I'll happily support the work you're currently doing!

Christine 1 item

This is going to be fun!

Anonymous 2 items
Amy F.

To support dance and live performance!

Anonymous 1 item
Jody Oberfelder 1 item + $10

Keila is great!

Rich and Christie

Because Keila rocks.

Anonymous 1 item

Because Keila is dope.

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