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1)Tonight on 60x60 David Morrneau Opening/Full_Cast
2)Hold Your Breath Louis Sellers Kathleen Dyer/KDNY Dance
3)S.0.1. Chris Barrett Funf Eun Jung and Guillermo - Da·Da·Dance Project
4)60x60 Williiam Francis Deborah Black
5)Something Else For Now Anthony Arlotta Reconsiderate Jordan Marinov
6)Voliffera Cyprian Li Caron Eule
7)Musette Variation 60x60 Thorsten Scheerer Hettie Barnhill
8)Elle est si belle Adam Di Angelo Yin Yue
9)Latin Sequence Jeff Pfaumbaum Emily Bufferd
10)As timbre goes by Gilberto Assis Rosa Jessica Bonenfant
11)Pretty and raw manifesto Milicia Paranosic Michelle Manitone
12)Flea Circus Alex Shapiro Jessica Desmond
13)Doubtful mix Alejandro Guerro Lynn Marie Ruse
14)Spring8 Prent Rodgers Elana B Cohen
15)Ballad Robert Allaire Marisa Jane Gruneberg
16)Briin Christian Alequin Veronica Carnero
17)Altered Reversal Sean Luciw Amiti Perry
18)Broken Spaces Nicholas Chase Germaul Barnes
19)Plastic edge ver2 Junya Oikawa Rachel Wynne
20)Hexagonal (Facet 1) Josh Goldman Rachel Grater
21)Pearly Whites Patrick Smith Eryn Rosenthal
22)Auf Ewig Lictschrei Schahram Poursoudmand Alberto Denis
23)Let's get you zipped up Paul Burnell Roses Taveras
24)White Winds Maggi Payne Lindsey Dietz Marchant
25)Eastern Point Justin Merritt Bryan Campbell
26)chantey on Sinchan river Mingzhu Song CJ Holm
27)Improvisation for Quarter Tone Guitar Joel Hickman Carrie Stern
28)Philosophers Some Time Weent Upon These Hills David Claman Carlos Cruz Velazquez
29)Telephonic Duo Anthony St. Pierre Beth Jucov/Dance Visions
30)Shelly (The Red-Eared Slider Dan nd Marji Sedgwick and Gere Erin Jennings
31)Untitled Jeff Morris Kim Patterson
32)AKKUMULATAR Bob Pollio Rishauna Zumberg
33)Une minute cinema pour l'oreille Adrian Borza Laura Shapiro
34)Akatastasia Massimo Fragala Kaoru Ikeda
35)Figuratively Speaking Benjamin Boone Marcella Alvarez
36)I.V. Drip Cheyenne Henderson Samir Bittar
37)Squeeze Play Michael Wittgraf Mojca Ussar
38)A CaSamppella Gene Pritsker Astrid von Ussar
39)Babayaga's Chicken Dance Jesse S. Clark Kim Blanchard
40)Rain Dance Nivedita ShivRaj Preston Burger
41)Inside the Hadronron Collider Jordan McLean Emma Cotter
42)Wenn ich ein Voglein war Tilman Kuntzel Hadley Smith
43)Sixty Second Serenade Todd Merrell Kate Patchett and Melina Gac-Artigas
44)Kronecker Delta Tim Mukherjee Erin Pride/EDP Dance Project
45)Cluster Encroachment Mark Scarpelli Courtney Zbinden
46)Missing My Mother's Garden Julia Norton Becky Radway
47)Old-Green's Life Night David Ben Shannon Ginger Cox
48)Traip Mike McFerron Cathy Richards
49)Marimbell HyeKyung Lee Amanda Martin
50)multiscale sweeps Laurie Spiegel Erica Nelson
51)Places in Time become Magnetic Courtney Brown Alaine Handa/ A.H. Dance Company
52)Musical Mechanics Russel Cannon Guta Hedewig
53)Hommage To Villa-Lobos Jeffrey Raheb Jamie Dowd
54)Musical contraption #1 Alan Shockley Jen Harmer
55)Paper Etude Gilles Maillet Denise Binder
56)Breakdown in 60 Million Pieces Leslie de Melcher Lauren Holstein
57)Magic Sideline Paul Russel Tamora Petiitt
58)A Short Piece Nathan Asman Pascal Rekoert/ Flexicurve
59)Electric Trains Robert Voisey Jeramy Zimmerman
60)Big Donut David Hahn Finale/Full_Cast
1) Tonight on 60x60David Morneau Introduction

Tonight on 60x60 was composed as a tribute to 60x60 and as a thank you to Robert Voisey who works so hard on the behalf of so many composers. The samples are taken from the first 60x60 CD and from a certain television news magazine show. David Morneau is a composer of an entirely undecided genre, a provider of exclusive unprecedented experiments. In his work he endeavors to explore ideas about our culture, issues concerning creativity, and even the very nature of music itself. Improvisation structure: Jeramy Zimmerman. Dancers: full cast.

2) Hold Your BreathLouis SellersKathleen Dyer/KDNY

Hold Your Breath, is a Trip-Hop sound exploration of lush tones. The music features 2 sections of holding your breath for 30-seconds. Louis Sellers is 21 year-old aspiring producer, engineer and musician. He has been collaborating and playing with bands since the young age of 13, and continues to take the UK by storm in his energetic, Alternative Rock band 'In Darklight'. Kathleen Dyer has had her works presented in many US venues including Dance Place in Washington, DC, the State Theater in Austin, TX and internationally at the fFida Festival in Toronto, Canada. Ms. Dyer received a BA in Dance from Florida State University and danced as a member of the Nikolais/Louis Dance Company prior to founding KDNY in 1997. Ms. Dyer has taught master classes in Washington, DC, Texas, Virginia, and Connecticut and has staged works on the Huntsville Ballet and Moving Current Dance Collective. Dancers: Lisa Clementi, Meredith Clinton, Lauren Jaynes, Leslie Simpson

3) S.0.1.FünfDa•Da•Dance Project

Fünf are five multi-instrumentalists who, while regular performers with live bands, are proponents of using the recording studio as an instrument. As a result, Fünf compositions evolve as if they were live band pieces, dynamic and musical, taking many unexpected detours. Each piece begins as a “seed track” created by one member. It is then emailed to the next member. The next member adds new elements – acoustic/electronic instruments, samples – and sends it to the next member. A duet repertory company, Da•Da•Dance Project challenges conventional notions of art making with travesty, absurdity, and physical authenticity. We continuously seek to find a language that speaks, communicates and delivers uniquely expressive vocabulary, to reveal our eccentricity. Dancers: Guillermo Ortega Tanus and Eun Jung Choi-Gonzalez

4) 60x60/A Serious Or Earnest DanceWilliam Francis Deborah Black

William Francis is an untrained composer/producer from London, UK who works on a wide range of styles varying from electronica to electro house to film score. Working under the guise 'Bill Eff', William primarily produces electronic dance music aimed squarely at the floor but is not afraid to stray from where he feels most comfortable. Deborah Black (BFA-NYU/Tisch, 2002) dances with Anneke Hanson, Susan Rethorst, Sasha Welsh, and maintains a daily practice of The Runner and I'll Crane For You, solos commissioned from Deborah Hay. Her adaptation of The Runner, her choreography, and a collaboration with Geneviève Grady have been produced in Germany, the UK, and New York. Dancer: Deborah Black

5) Something Else For NowReconsiderateJordan Marinov

Casual and easy going—what else could describe Something Else For Now?? In this tasty morsel, we get a good sample of Reconsiderate's signature multi-layered binary/drone mixing style. Reconsiderate is what you get when you mix industrial rock with hip hop, and toss in elements of spoken word, breat beat, avant garde experimentalism and whole a bunch of other stuff that nobody has yet invented names for. Jordan Marinov is a dancer and choreographer from Pittsburgh, who fell in love with movement as a child. She is currently creating and performing a four part series entitled "Intimacies" by Jordan Marinov Dance in collaboration with photographer and film maker Bill Hayward. The series will culminate in an evening length live production which will be presented in conjunction with the film "Asphalt, Muscle and Bone." This one minute section is an excerpt of Intimacies Part:2 premiering in January 2009. Dancer: Jordan Marinov

6) Voliffera/StretchedCyprian LiCaron Eule/C. Eule Dance

Volifera is a person's inner feeling of resignation, a person who has had a long experience of the ups and downs of life. Cyprian Li, Chinese, was born and educated in Hong Kong, and worked for many years as a school teacher of Physics and Chemistry. Without formal music training, he started his pursuit of music in the eighties, experimenting and composing with the sounds of synthesizers and algorithmic and signal-processing software. Caron Eule received her BFA from SUNY Purchase. As the Director of C. Eule Dance, she has presented choreography at the Ailey Citigroup Theater, St. Mark's Church, Fire Island Festival 11, Dancing at the Crossroads in Times Square, the Elan Awards, WAX, the Cunninham Studio, the 92nd Street Y, Dance Space, the University Settlement, and at the McCallum Theatre in California. Dancer: Caron Eule

7) Musette Variation 60x60/Morning and NightThorsten Scheerer ("Lilienweiss")Hettie Vyrine Barnhill

Musette Variation 60x60 features clarinetist Dorothea Herrmann and Marion Schaeuble on accordion. Thorsten Scheerer, Germany, born in 1972, composes and produces software enhanced contemporary music with duo Lilienweiss since 2003. Lilienweiss are Thorsten Scheerer (production) and Dorothea Herrmann (clarinet). Hettie Vyrine Barnhill, a graduate of Columbia College Chicago and the Director of The Just Movement Collective, is currently with the Balance Dance Theater. Past Choreography includes; Solar one and The Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festivals, MTV, The Ailey School and Dance Chicago, She was awarded the Young Artist Scholarship (American Dance Festival), The Wiesman Grant for her Choreographic piece ‘Homegrown’ and chosen to perform at the “Kennedy Center” in Washington DC. Morning and Night is excerpt of Full length work Morning and Night, measuring the inner mental with outer space. Dancer: Sherry

8) Elle est si belleAdam Di Angelo Yin Yue Dance Company

Elle est si belle is a piece for cello consort and vocal ensemble. It is extended from a song by Erik Satie. Gina Binetti sings. Adam Di Angelo was born in 1978. In the late 1990s, he formed the electronic pop group Fingernail through which he has collaborated with various artists including Bochum Welt, D'Arcangelo, Global Goon, Mark Clifford, and Kurt Ralske. Adam lives in New Jersey where he works as a composer and architect. Yin Yue was born in Shanghai, China. She studied Chinese classical dance, Chinese ethnic dance and modern dance. Yin has appeared in festivals throughout China. In 2008, Yin Yue graduated from New York University's Tisch School of The Arts with MFA in dance. Yin Yue danced for Debroah Jowitt, Christoper Williams, Ivy Baldwin, Curt Haworth and many other artists. She currently performs for Doug Elkins& Friends as well as White Wave Young Soon Kim Dance Company. Her choreographies have been invited to several dance festivals such as '08 DancenOw Festival at DTW, '08 Dumbo Dance Festival Festival and FAB Festival. She formed Yin Yue Dance Co. in 2008. Dancer: Yin Yue

9) Latin Sequence/ Uncoupled CouplesJeff PfaumbaumEmily Bufferd/BEings

The text, attributed to Horace, is: Quid rides? Mutato nomine de te fabula narratur and translates into: “What are you laughing at? Just change the name and the joke's on you.” Jeff Pflaumbaum can best be described as a rock & roll composer; his music a melding of contemporary and traditional styles. Emily Bufferd is an accomplished dancer/choreographer. As the artistic director of BEings, a newly founded company, her work has been presented at venues such as Steps on Broadway and Dance New Amsterdam, and can also be seen around the country for private studios. BEings appeared in September's issue of Dancer Magazine and can be found on DancerUniverse.com as a featured blog. Dancers: Claire Page, Elise Sievert, Jessica Chou, Missy Wujek, Molly Weitz, Philip Northington, and Stacey Perkinson.

10) As timbre goes by/EstherGilberto Assis RosaJessica Bonenfant/Odonata Dance Project

As timbre goes by, electroacoustic work based in the material constant transformation. Gilberto Assis Rosa works professionally as a Music Producer, Music Teacher, Composer and Arranger. He finished his Master Degree at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica in São Paulo/Brazil based in a research about the Composer Edgard Varèse. Recently he has worked mainly in collaboration with choreographers and taking part of international contemporary music festivals as a composer. Odonata Dance Project is a multimedia dance theatre company under the direction of Jessica Bonenfant. Odonata has been seen outdoors, through windows, on film, in a kitchen and a reflecting pool, as well as onstage at numerous venues. Their newest work Tethered previews December 6th at Micro Museum in Brooklyn. Dancer: Kate Thompson

11) Pretty and raw manifestoMilica Paranosic Michelle Mantione

“I am working out of a new aesthetic movement which I have coined 'Pretty and Raw'. Tracks are 30 seconds to 3 minutes long based on a singular theme. They are produced with ease of instinct and meant to be easily digestible by the listener and are typically composed in one sitting.” A native of Belgrade (Serbia), one of the of music critic’s Kyle Gann's “Favorite Women Composers of All Time”, award-winning composer Milica Paranosic, lives in New York and is active as a composer, sound designer, conceptual artist, multimedia artist, music educator, and producer. Michelle Mantione is a native New Yorker who's first passion is dance. She developed her own degree in Physically Integrated Dance through the CUNY Baccalaureate Program; studying at Hunter College a wide range of dance from ballet and modern to salsa, West African and folk dance. Other genre of arts she is currently involved with is: acting apprentice with Visible Theatre, and film & media assistant with the Disabilities Network of New York City/Manhattan Neighborhood Network. Ms. Mantione is a firm supporter of the Tri-Union effort of the I AM PWD Campaign (Inclusion in the Arts & Media of People with Disabilities), and is currently choreographing work for public spaces that aims to blur the line of the performer vs. the audience member; there will be an open rehearsal of this work in mid-January 2009. Dancer Michelle Mantione

12) Flea Circus /LateAlex ShapiroJessica Desmond and Samantha MacIvor

Life is short. Fleas are short. This piece is short. Three terrific Los Angeles musicians of moderate height make these performing insects dance for you: clarinetist Berkeley Price, violinist Nancy Roth, and pianist Deon Nielsen Price. Step right up! A trio awaits to amuse you with their amazing antics! No fleas were harmed in the making of this music. A resident of Washington state's San Juan Island, Alex Shapiro aligns note after note with the hope that a few of them might sound good next to each other. Jessica Desmond graduated from Hunter College with a BA in Dance/Media Studies. She continues to create dance works with various artists. Co-Founder of Fertile Ground Performance series at Micro Museum. Performance experience: Ron K. Brown, Sally Silvers, Sondra Loring, Tere O'Connor and Twyla Tharp. Dancers: Jessica Desmond and Samantha MacIvor

13) Doubtful mixAlejandro GuerroLynn Brown and Lynn Marie Ruse/FREEFALL

Doubtful mix was done by Alejandro Guerrero with the collaboration of his brother Arturo Guerrero Alejandro Guerrero was born in Mexico city and grew up there, until he came to Ann Arbor to study performing arts technology at University of Michigan. FREEFALL is a low-tech, high-concept dance-theater company headed by Artistic Co-Directors Lynn Brown and Lynn Marie Ruse and based in NYC. FREEFALL rigorously crafts a unique hybrid, equal parts dance, theater, and music. Gritty partnering and physical abandon in intimate spaces are layered with dark humor, spoken text and physical narratives. Dancers: Lynn Brown and Lynn Marie Ruse

14) Spring8Prent Rodgers

Spring8 is for bassoon, dry spring, and wet springs. It was realized using a Csound sample based instrument. The dry and wet springs are electro acoustic instruments made in the 1970's. The dry spring is made from sitka spruce with an assortment of objects glued to the surface, with a contact microphone to pick up the sounds. The wet springs are made with piano wire twisted into a variety of shapes, with magnetic pickups. Prent Rodgers studied music and composition at Bennington College and earned a Masters at University of California, San Diego in Composition, where he worked with Pauline Oliveros and Bert Turetzky. His early explorations into instrument building lead to a life-long fascination with microtonal music.

15) BalladRobert AllaireMarisa Gruneberg

Ballad is nothing more than an epic tale of daring, romance, adventure, personal discovery, danger, intrigue, death, familial estrangement, political turmoil, war, famine, national reconciliation, ecological disaster, and true love. Robert Allaire is a composer of chamber, media, and electroacoustic music. Robert has composed for films, animations, and video games. Allaire enjoys composing 8-bit dance music and playing accordion in a Santa Clarita based folk duo. Marisa Gruneberg has been making dance with her company, Brooklyn-based white road Dance Media, for six years now. This 60x60 piece, performed by Miranda Lyon, is new movement from the beginnings of our new work, "I Love the 90s!!" which will perform this evening-length cabaret piece, produced by Triskelion Arts, March 19-22. Dancer: Miranda Lyon

16) Briin/ PearlingChristian AlequinVeronica Carnero

Briin uses a single sample derived from a female alto voice singing the solfege Do. Christian Alequin is a sophomore Music Merchandising student at Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois. He plays trumpet in an urban Latin musical group entitled, Urban Soul, which plays in Chicago. Veronica Carnero is a California native and living as a Brooklyn-based dance artist. She is a graduate from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Her solo improvisation work has been a focal point thus far and she hopes to receive a Fulbright to study post-modern dance in Chile. Dancer: Veronica Carnero

17) Altered ReversalSean LuciwAmiti Perry/æmp:dance

Altered Reversal combines the altered jazz chord arpeggios with reversed chaos. Sean Luciw is liberated from analog by digital, and liberated from digital by analog. Amiti Perry received her BFA in Dance from the University of North Texas (’98); MFA in Choreography from The Ohio State University (’06). She is Artistic Director of æmp:dance; co-director of the Uptown Performance Series at Bridge for Dance; performs with ESS/DanceWorks and seen performance. She is currently collaborating with composer David Morneau on an evening-length work A/Break: premiering Fall 2009. Dancers: Amy Campell, Stephanie Fagen, Sarah Lehman, Amiti Perry

18) Broken SpacesNicholas ChaseGermaul Barnes/ Viewsic Expressions

Broken Spaces is a left over scrap from a dance piece commissioned by choreographer Nazorine Paglia. I have since searched for a context in which to put it, but over time, this miniature composition has taken on an identity that defies further development or association with other materials. Dubbed by LA Weekly as an 'Eye/Ear Explorer,' Nicholas Chase earned his MFA in Composition/New Media /Integrated Media studying with Morton Subotnick, and Bunita Marcus. Chase additionally studied Arabic Classical Music with Ziad Bunni of the Aleppo Conserveratory in Syria. Germaul Barnes - director and founder of Viewsic Expressions, a New York non-profit dance organization that presents multi-media dance performances, art exhibitions and educational residencies. He attended The University of the Arts of Philadelphia. For nine years he was principle dancer with Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, where he received the 2003 New York Dance and Performance Award-The Bessies. Dancers: Germaul Barnes & Ayman Kasem

19) Plastic edge ver2/ short attention spunya OikawaRachel Wynne/expanDance

Plastic Edge ver.2, a poetic small piece that came out of fusion between simple and deep Japanese sounds and bolero. Sound artist/composer, Junya Oikawa (b.1983 in Sendai, Japan) began playing the electronic-guitar in a rock-band. In 2007, he graduated Music and Sound Design in Senzoku Gakuen College of Music. expanDance is an Irish-American company, founded in Dublin in 2006, whose members have been working together for a decade. The company combines the energies of Rachel Wynne, Laurie Schneider and Alicia Walshe to make honest, emotionally expansive work, designed to engage both dance and non-dance audiences. We consciously create from a place of presence, joy and integrity. Dancer: Alicia Walshe

20) Hexagonal (Facet 1) Josh GoldmanRachel Gabrielle Grater

Hexagonal (Facet 1) is a stereophonic sound structure composed entirely of sounds produced by an electric guitar. Josh Goldman is a composer / improviser / guitarist / educator who composes / improvises / performs music, using acoustic and electronic sources. Currently, he is pursuing a doctoral degree at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Movement is a consistent part of my life regardless of its manifestation. Rachel Gabrielle Grater directs an art program and teaches visual arts for a middle school on the lower east side. This is her second round with 60x60. It is always exciting to participate in a collaboration with other movers and musicians. Let it rip! Dancer: Rachel Gabrielle Grater

21) Pearly Whites/KnitworkPatrick SmithEryn Rosenthal

Pearly Whites is my sixty-second musical work written in the style of 1960's game show music. It is hopelessly cheesy and I take delight in its unabashed "long-in-the-tooth"-ness. Patrick Smith is a composer, producer, keyboardist and author. He has composed music for media for over 20 years. Among his credits are documentaries for Discovery Channel, Dramatic Television for Fox, Theatrical installation shows for Bermuda, Saudi Arabia, the State of Kentucky, the National Gallery of Art, the Smithsonian Institution, and many others. He is also an author of two books, the second of which was recently released. Eryn Rosenthal has presented her own choreography at La Cuarta Pared and La Casa Encendida as well as at the ITACA Festival and the Trisha Brown Dance Studio. Eryn graduated with honors from Yale University, and has won a Fulbright fellowship to Spain, a Richter fellowship for work with playwright Anna Deavere Smith, a Rice fellowship and an Open Society Institute President's Grant to South Africa, and the Yale Dramat's Best New Playwright Award. She is an active member of Contact Improvisation circles in New York and Massachusetts. Dancer: Eryn Rosenthal.

22) Auf EwigLictschrei Schahram Poursoudmand Alberto Denis

Lichtschrei is the experimental avant-garde project by Schahram Poursoudmand. In his very own unusual style and expression, Schahram creates an impressive unreal world of strange beauty, unique aesthetics and special characteristics. Alberto Denis is the founder of the Queens Academy of Arts & Dance = [QuA²D].. He will be appearing in Christopher Williams' "The Golden Legend" at Dance Theater Workshop in May 2009. Dancer Alberto Denis

23) Let's get you zipped upPaul BurnellRosse Taveras-Gamboa/ CUBRAITI, INC.

Let's get you zipped up. Children being dressed for a cold outdoor journey; Suitcases closed tight for festivities abroad; Dress suits protected in garment bag holders. Paul Burnell was born in 1960, Ystrad, South Wales and now lives and writes in London, United Kingdom. Rosse Taveras-Gamboa is the artistic director of Cubraiti Inc. Creating CUBRAITI, INC. has allowed me to merge the interdisciplinary fields of anthropology, comparative education and dance - a unique combination that enables me to pursue and further develop the mission of Cubraiti, Inc. Since the inception, we have worked as consultants teaching cross-cultural dances throughout New York City Schools. Dancer: Rosse Taveras-Gamboa

24) White Winds Maggi PayneLindsey and Jason Dietz Marchant,

"I built this stormy miniature landscape using a Moog IIIP's pink noise oscillator. In its brevity, it is almost as if one is looking through a window into another world for a moment." Maggi Payne is Co-director of the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills College, in the San Francisco Bay Area Lindsey and Jason Dietz Marchant, collaborating over a decade as dancers, improvisers, and choreographers, received recent commissions from Danpsace Project, Dance New Amsterdam, Harkness Dance Center/ 92nd St. Y; Artists-in-Residence at University of Michigan, University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia. Upcoming work includes Dancenow NYC/Silo and a tour to Russia. Dancer: Jason Dietz Marchant

25) Eastern Point/Excerpt from "Marina"Justin MerrittBryan Campbell

Eastern Point is one of the beautiful 19th century lighthouses that dot the Eastern seaboard. It was built in 1831, and has been used by Gloucester fisherman for generations. Justin Merritt is an Assistant Professor and Composer-in-Residence at St. Olaf College. Bryan Campbell is a Brooklyn based performing artist with a background in dance and an interest in everything. His project, "Marina," is an exploration of East Coast maritime luxury through performance, writing, and study.

26) chantey on Sinchan river/ Transport Mingzhu SongCJ Holm

Chantey is the spirit of Sichuan Rivers(include Yangtse Rive),This chantey sung when they leave home and depart. Professor Song Ming-zhu, Director of the Composition Department of Sichuan Conservatory of Music is an expert with special allowance from the China’s State Council. He has been awarded numerous prizes in China’s top competitions held by the government and associations. He was also awarded the Excellent Music Education Award and the first prize of Sichuan Higher Education Achievement by both China’s Education Ministry and Sichuan provincial government. CJ Holm is pleased to participate in this iteration of 60x60. CJ has shown choreography at Dixon Place, Movement Research Open Performace, Dance Place, Joy of Motion Dance Center, and ACDF. Dancer: CJ Holm

27) Improvisation for Quarter Tone Guitar /Green CrossingsJoel Hickman Jessica Nicoll and Carrie Stern

Improvisation For Quarter Tone Guitar is a short piece using 24 tones in equal temperament. Joel David Hickman was born in Valparaiso, Indiana and currently lives in Hebron, Indiana. Joel has a Bachelor’s Degree in Musical Performance (Classical Guitar) from Chicago Musical College of Roosevelt University and a certificate in recording engineering from The Recording Workshop in Chillicothe, Ohio. Jessica Nicoll's work has been presented throughout NYC including PS 122 and Dancespace Project. As one half of Nicoll+Oreck (with Barry Oreck) she received 2007 and 2008 Performance Awards at the Boulder International Fringe Festival. A choreographer and performer from Chicago, Carrie Stern currently works primarily with improvisation. Stern writes “Dance Brooklyn” for the Brooklyn Eagle and contributes to various publications. A Teaching Artist for 30 years, she received a 2004-2005 NYFA School Arts Partnership award. Stern grew up in Gary, Indiana. Dancers: Jessica Nicoll and Carrie Stern

28) Philosophers Some Time Went Upon These HillsDavid Claman Colectivo 2Z / Carlos Cruz Velazquez

The text comes from "Mandeville's Travels". The unknown author, writing in French around 1350, claimed to be a British knight who had traveled to the Holy Land as a pilgrim and then gone east to India and China. David Claman teaches at Lehman College-CUNY. He is co-director of the Extensible Toy Piano Project. Carlos A. Cruz Velazquez is a choreographer/dancer and founder of Colectivo 2Z, a collaborative project that started in Mexico. Carlos is a Fulbright grantee recently graduated from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Dancers: Carlos A. Cruz Velazquez and Yin Yue.

29) Telephonic Duo/No BarsAnthony St. PierreBeth Jucovy/Dance Visions

Telephonic Duo is a dramatic vignette in which two competing phone numbers contend for supremacy on the phone lines. A busy signal intervenes, then an operator; but no sixty-second resolution to this conflict is negotiable. Anthony St. Pierre, born Schenectady, took part in 60x60’s Munich Mix 2007; in the same year he won an American Recorder Society composition award. Beth Jucovy is director, prominent choreographer and dancer with Dance Visions which she founded in 1990. They specialize in dynamically diverse contemporary dance works as well as the aesthetic and repertory of Isadora Duncan. Dancers: Johnny DeArden, Beth Jucovy, Nichole Piacenza, Kimberlee Schwartz, Jessie Tomanek

30) Shelly (The Red-Eared Slider)Dan Sedgwick and Marji GereErin Hunter Jennings

Shelly is a round dedicated to the Sedgwick family’s rambunctious seventeen-year-old turtle. It is one of a set of eight rounds to be recorded in winter 2008 by the composers and their ensemble An Exciting Event. Currently residing in Houston, Marji Gere and Dan Sedgwick frequently collaborate on composition, puppetry, chamber music, and cooking projects. "Shelly" is a round dedicated to the Sedgwick family's rambunctious seventeen-year-old turtle. It is one of a set of eight rounds to be recorded in winter 2008 by the composers and their ensemble An Exciting Event. Erin Hunter Jennings is happy be apart of 60x60 again. She danced recently with Pilobolus, C Eule Dance, Erica Essner and Charles Moulton. Erin holds degrees from Bucknell and New York Universities, and teaches and choreographs when not performing. Her choreography has been produced at DTW, John Jay Theater and various showcases. Dancers: Faith Kimberling, Chie Mukai, Hasi

31) Man Unseen (Theme)Jeff Morris Kimberly Patterson

Man Unseen (Theme) is a tribute to Henry Mancini and other TV and film composers of the era. Jeff Morris is an Assistant Lecturer in computer music and coordinator of technology facilities for the Department of Performance Studies at Texas A&M University. He gives improvised performances with interactive electronics in addition to composing for traditional instruments and electronic media. Kimberly Patterson received her BA in Dance from DeSales University. She has taught dance in Australia, New York and Pennsylvania. Kim currently resides in Pennsylvania and is expecting her second child.

32) AKKUMULATAR Bob PollioRishauna Mari Zumberg and Deborah M Karp

Source material for AKKUMULATOR was created, synthesized and collected at A.C.M.E. Sound Arts; it was processed, edited and forged into A SHORT DANCE OFF A RUBBER GANG PLANK. Composer/Improviser Bassist/Sound Artist Analog/Digital Bob Pollio, studied with Isaac Neimeroff, Gregory Reeve, Richard Davis, Jerry Jemmott, Dafna Napthali. He is the founding member of the harmelodic funk poetry outfit, Found Objects, currently lives on Long Island. Rishauna Mari Zumberg is a dancing social worker/activist/artist/lover-fighter living, working, making, and playing in NYC Deborah Karp is the founder of Deborah Karp Dance Projects and performs with Rebecca Davis, Nancy Meehan, and Whore's Mascara. Dancers: Rishauna Mari Zumberg and Deborah M Karp

33) Une minute cinema pour l'oreilleAdrian BorzaLaura Shapiro

Une minute cinéma pour l'oreille is a puzzle of the everyday life. The acoustic sounds are partially detached from their original significance, in order to evoke intriguing stories and to suggest cinema images. Adrian Borza has been recognized as a versatile musician, dedicated to writing instrumental and electroacoustic music, to music software development, to audio post-production, and to music teaching. While in Romania, he pursued advanced studies in Music composition at the Gheorghe Dima Music Academy. Laura Shapiro's independent artistic journey has taken her from New York to the Northwest, Asia and Europe. This year her work has been performed at BAAD!, Theater for a New City, Galapagos and Dance New Amsterdam. Dancers: Janet Aisawa, Ingrid Kollbert-Bendz, Meredith Blouin, Shizu Homma, Pascal Rekoert

34) Akatastasia Massimo FragalaKaoru Ikeda

Akatastasia is an attempt to reproduce the disorder and the frenetic life of today's society. Massimo Fragala received a Diploma in classical guitar at the Istituto Musicale “V.Bellini” and a Diploma in electronic music at the Istituto Musicale “V.Bellini”. Kaoru Ikeda is originally from Japan. She graduated from Nihon University in BA and NYU Tisch in MFA. Dancer: Kaoru Ikeda

35) Figuratively Speaking/ u dig?Benjamin BooneMelissa Padham/Isis Movement Co.

“Scot do dee-oo dop oo diddly-dop oo doo pah ah ooo ooo oo ah ummm -- bah de bop dit ee oo scat ee ba degada soot fee oot BAM…. yeah." Benjamin Boone, vocals; Nye Morton, bass. Marcela E. Alvarez is originally from El Salvador and was raised in Queens; where she began her dance training at the age of 11. Marcela is a graduate of LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts. She has also received additional training from Joffrey Ballet School and The Taylor School. Marcela holds a BFA in Dance Performance from Purchase College. Marcela went on to join Verb Ballets. Marcela has recently returned to New York to further her dance career through Isis Movement Co. Dancer: Marcela E. Alvarez

36) I.V. Drip Cheyenne Henderson

I.V. Drip comes from sounds imagined in a hospital despite the numerous beeps and noises that are otherwise constant. Cheyenne Henderson first remembers establishing his own taste when he secretly obtained hip-hop tapes with explicit lyrics at age 11. A graduate of UCLA with ethnomusicology and psychology degrees, Cheyenne is currently studying with Dan Becker at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music in the master's program.

37) Squeeze Play/ WITHOUT WORDS Michael Wittgraf Mojca Ussar

Squeeze Play uses KYMA X in a way that forces a computer to unsuccessfully search for equilibrium in a resynthesized sample of a rock band. Michael Wittgraf is currently Professor of Music at the University of North Dakota. Mojca Ussar is a choreographer and dance teacher from Slovenia. She is also the co-director of The Dance Gallery. She is certified in Simonson Technique and is currently working toward her degree in psychology. Dancers: Ryan Schmitt, Tina Vasquez, Nichelle Wright

38) A CaSamppellaGene PritskerAstrid von Ussar/VON USSAR danceworks

In A CaSamppella I take samples of voices from various cultures and combine them to create a cohesive electronic composition lasting 60 seconds. I create grooves from snippets of voices and layer melodies taken out of contest from longer vocal lines. Composer/guitarist/rapper Gene Pritsker has written compositions that employ an eclectic spectrum of styles and are influenced by his studies of various musical cultures. He is the founder and leader of Sound Liberation; an eclectic hip-hop/chamber/jazz/rock/etc. ensemble. Since coming to New York in 1994, Astrid von Ussar has become a sought after choreographer and teacher. She is on faculty at the Ailey School and Long Island University. Her choreography is part of the repertory of Lula Washington Dance Theater, Houston Metropolitan Dance Company, the Ailey Showcase Group among others. Her company VON USSAR danceworks premiered in 2002. She also instructs the curriculum based residency program, Revelations: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Dance, for the Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation. Dancers: Ryan Schmitt, Tina Vasquez

39) Babayaga's Chicken Dance/Ink Jesse S. ClarkKim Blanchard/Arts Eclectic

Babayaga's Chicken Dance is created solely from a recording (using a Canon Elph camera) of a shadow puppet troupe's rehearsal. Jesse S Clark, aka Agents Del Futuro and member of Pineresin, is a San Francisco-based musician, composer and producer. Kim is a circus and modern dancer based in Brooklyn, NY. She runs and coordinates Arts Eclectic, a national arts collective. Consisting of a diverse group of entertainers and artists, Arts Eclectic has been presenting concerts and parties since 2004, focusing on dance and collaboration. Kim currently teaches pilates and yoga, and is training to be a high-flying trapeze instructor. "INK" is an excerpt from a larger work that will be presented in March, 2009 at the WOW Theater in NYC. Dancer: Kim Blanchard

40) Rain DanceNivedita ShivRaj Preston Burger

Rain Dance symbolizes our relationship with nature and portrays the joy that rain brings. It is a musical composition based on the Indian Raga – Amirtha Varshini (the sweet showers) and has been played on the multi-stringed instrument Veena with Indian musical instruments Mridangam and Morsing (Jews harp) along with digital music.Nivedita ShivRaj is a composer, performer and teacher of Carnatic Music (South Indian style of classical music), proficient in both vocal and instrumental forms and plays the ancient multi-stringed instrument "Veena". Preston Burger graduated from Princeton University with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Dance. He currently dances for Daniela Hoff Dance Company and studies in the Cunningham Professional Training Program. The Cherokee tribe of North America believed that performing rain dances - ritualistic dances intended to invoke rain - were a way to purge the earth of evil spirits; the spirits of past chiefs, the Cherokee believed, battled with the evil spirits in the transitional plane between human reality and the spiritual universe.

41) Inside the Hadronron Collider/ Rethinking Jordan Raman McLean Emma Cotter/RETTOCAMME

INSIDE THE HADRON COLLIDER for 9 trumpets and ring modulator Inspired by the National Geographic article about the world's largest atom smasher. Jordan McLean has been a band leader and trumpeter for over 15 years and lead trumpeter and charter member of Antibalas. RETTOCAMME is a process-oriented dance/art/design group, founded in NYC, 2003, by Emma Cotter. Recent performances have included 60X60 at Galapagos, the Solar Powered Dance series at Solar One and collaborations with Manhattan Samba at the Jonathan Shorr Gallery and McCarren Pool. Dancer Emma Cotter

42)Wenn ich ein Voglein war/ When We Went out to see the LmbsTilman Kuntzel Hadley Smith

Hadley Smith is a senior at Barnard College majoring in Dance and Sociology. She is a founding member of CoLAB (Collaborative of the Ludicrous and Beautiful) a performance art collective for students at Barnard and Columbia University and enjoys nothing more than making art happen. Thanks to Mary Cochran for giving me this opportunity and to all the glorious Barnard Dance peoples. Dancer: Hadley Smith

43) Sixty Second SerenadeTodd Merrell

Sixty Second Serenade represents my continued fascination with discovering the soul that humans design into their machinery, and coaxing humanity from technology. It is a love song to those who have remained so devoted and sympathetic to me over the years: my beautiful machines. Todd Merrell studied composition and voice at Berklee College of Music, and with James Sellars of The Hartt School, and works primarily with single sideband shortwave radio, granular synthesis, and processing. He has been reviewed in The Wire and other publications, and recorded for labels including Archive and Mode.

44) Kronecker DeltaTim MukherjeeErin Pride/EDP Dance Project

The Kronecker Delta is an electronic through-composed piece using enhanced orchestral and synthetic timbres. Tim Mukherjee is a composer living in New York City and divides his time between artistic and monetary pursuits. EDP DANCE PROJECT a NJ based Modern Dance Company and the resident company of Silk City Arts Festival. The mission of both the festival and dance company is to rebuild the arts in inner- cities through exposure. EDP DANCE PROJECT prides itself on bringing the individual to the movement. Erin Pride graduated from Montclair State University with a B.F.A. in Dance and is currently attending NYU for her M.F.A. in Dance Education. Erin, a New Jersey native, is the Director of Dance at Rosa Parks High School of Fine and Performing Arts and the Artistic Director of Silk City Arts Festival/ EDP Dance Project all located in Paterson New Jersey. Michelle Puskas recently received her B.F.A. degree, Magna Cum Laude in Dance from Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts. She was the recipient of the Garden State Arts Foundation 2007 Thomas H. Kean Scholarship. Michelle is currently a scholarship student with Jennifer Muller/The Works in NYC. Dancers: Erin Pride and Michelle Puskas

45) Cluster Encroachment Mark ScarpelliCourtney Zbinden/We Are Not Lovers We Are Soul Brothers/Sisters

Cluster Encroachment is a 60 second tone cluster that gives the impression of an invasion or an infringement. The piece represents how a cancer can overcome a living organism only to die itself when successfully taking over its host. Mark Scarpelli is a composer/teacher residing in Charleston, West Virginia. Mark's main focus is on writing music for the stage, where he has collaborated with lyricist, Dan Kehde and penned the music for four operas, seven musicals, a book of vignettes, and four children's ballets. Courtney Zbinden studied dance at Northwestern University under Laura Wade and Molly Shanahan. Dancers: Courtney Zbinden and Dillon Porter

46) Missing My Mother's GardenJulia Norton Becky Radway/Dance Projects

“Missing My Mother's Garden was recorded when I was feeling sentimental and bluesy.” Julia Norton, Originally from the UK, is a performer, composer & voice teacher now living in the San Francisco Bay area. Becky Radway's choreography has been featured recently in the DUMBO Dance Festival, The Outlet Dance Project at the Grounds for Sculpture (Hamilton, NJ), Dance Conversations at The Flea, Fielday at Henry Street Settlement, and WAXworks at Triskelion Arts. Dancers: Laura Henry and Becky Radway

47) Old-Green's Life NightDavid Ben ShannonGinger Cox

Old Green’s Life Night is built around several samples of nocturnal wildlife. Each of these is mimicked by another instrument, the intention being to demonstrate the inherent musicality of nature. David Ben Shannon is an English composer. Working predominantly in film and theatre, he is a music graduate of the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and is based in Merseyside, England. Artistic Director of LiNK! the Movement, Ginger Cox is multifaceted career has taken her all over the world. She choreographs for film, industrials, stage and sports. Dancers: Elisabeth Rainer, Shauna Sorensen, Yeon Seon Yoo, Missy Patterson, Aleta,Walker, Logan Lipton

48) Henry's Trai(p)(f)(m)/Inversed MorningMike McFerron Cathy Verdicia Richards/Company: Movement in C

Henry's Trai(p)(f)(m) is an attempt to capture just a small fraction of the excitement and fascination that my two-year old has with trains. Mike McFerron is an associate professor of music and composer-in- residence at Lewis University and he is founder and co-director of Electronic Music Midwest. A past fellow the MacDowell Colony, June in Buffalo, and the Chamber Music Conference of the East/Composers’ Forum, honors include, among others, first prize in the Louisville Orchestra Composition Competition, first prize in the CANTUS commissioning/residency program, and recipient of the CCF Abelson Vocal Music Commission. Cathy Verdicia Richards likes to experiment with numbers and shapes in an emotionally open space. Her choreography has been seen at the Bushwick Starr, in the Cool New York 2007, Chashama's OASIS 2007, 2006, and 2005 Festival, DUMBO 2007, 2006, and 2005 Festival, BAM Local Development/ Chashama's 2005 Outside Art Festival, Merce Cunningham Studio. Salma Allam is the co-director of DefiANCE and a founding member of Movement in C. Last fall she toured with Don Omar through North and South America, and performed in the independent film The Great Observer and feature film Bolden. Dancers: Salma Allam and Cathy Verdicia Richards

49) MarimbellHyeKyung Lee Amanda Martin

Marimbell uses Logic software instruments sound – marimba and bell. An active composer and pianist, HyeKyung (born in Seoul, Korea) holds a D.M.A in Composition and Performance Certificate in Piano from the University of Texas at Austin. An accomplished pianist, HyeKyung has performed her own compositions and others in numerous contemporary music festivals and conferences in the United States, Europe, and Korea. Currently she is living in Columbus, Ohio with her son and teaching at Denison University, Granville, Ohio. . Dancers: Amanda Martin and Erica Nelson

50) Airborne FlockLaurie SpiegelErica Nelson

"All week I kept hearing an interesting sound in my head. I looked for something like it in recordings but didn't find it so I ended up making it myself. This is how my composing began in the first place, wanting to hear or play kinds of music I looked for but couldn't find already made." Laurie Spiegel is a composer who can never predict her own music even if she thinks she is planning it in advance. Erica Nelson is a dancing lawyer who has worked with choreographers Julio Rivera, Stephen Koplowitz and Stephanie Nelson among others. Erica is now a full-time attorney and new mother and is thrilled to have this moment to dance again. Dancers: Amanda Martin and Erica Nelson

51) Places in Time become Magnetic/LiminalCourtney Brown Alaine Handa/A.H. Dance Company

Courtney Brown has long harbored aspirations of becoming an Edward Gorey heroine, but her attempts have thus far been foiled. In lieu of her unlikely but tragic demise, she makes strange dark music and fiddles with electronics. Alaine Handa holds a BA in World Arts & Cultures w/a concentration in dance from UCLA. In New York, she has performed with Keigwin + Company, Sasha Soreff Dance Theater, Open Floor Dance, and The Movement Collective, among others. Her work has been shown at University Settlement, Merce Cunningham Studio Theater, Abrons Art Center, Teatro la Tea, Movement Research, Dance New Amsterdam, and beyond. Yoonjung Choi is born in Seoul, South Korea. She went to Deowon Art High School in South Korea. She then continued her studies at the University of Oklahoma and graduated with a BFA in Dance in 2007.. Dancers: Yoonjung Choi (12:30 pm), Alaine Handa (7:00 pm)

52) Musical Mechanics/ Doublebar Russel Cannon Guta Hedewig/Guta Hedewig Dance

Musical Mechanics is designed to explore what exactly takes place while someone or a group of persons is playing a piece of music. Russell Cannon is a native of Garland, Texas. He is presently enrolled in the Music Theory and Composition Program at Stephen F. Austin State University, where he is also a member of the Wind Symphony. Guta Hedewig has been choreographing in NY for the past 20 years. Her most recent work showed at Danspace Project and was named the “best comic antiwar production” of 2007 by Time Out NY. Dancers: Guta Hedewig and Lynn Marie Ruse.Dancers:Guta Hedewig, Lynn Marie Ruse, and Rachel Lynch John

53)Hommage To Villa-LobosJeffrey Raheb Jamie L Dowd/The Sycamore Project

Written to commemorate the centennial birth of Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos, Hommage To Villa-Lobos is the first part introduction to a 4 part work. Jeff Raheb was born in Brooklyn, New York and received his BA for Music composition at City University of New York. He is also a published poet and photographer. He won first place in people category for Smithsonian Magazine. His photo was published in the August, 2006 issue of Smithsonian Magazine. Jamie Dowd was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. Dowd attended Indiana University graduating with a BA in Integrated Dance Performance. Since relocating to New York, she has had the opportunity to dance with Sarah Council Dance Projects along with producing her own works with The Sycamore Project in venues such as: Wax Works, Solar One, City Center, The Kaye Playhouse, and at the Cunningham Studios. Dancers: Jordan Risdon, Sarah Wilkins, Laura Kalanda, Mary Thigpen

54) Musical contraption #1/Devil’s Churn Alan Shockley Jennifer Harmer and Michael Hogan/The Oregon Project

musical contraption #1: A wheezing and rattling machine. Raised in Warm Springs, Georgia, Alan Shockley holds degrees in composition and theory from the University of Georgia, Ohio State, and Princeton. He’s held residencies at the MacDowell Colony, the Atlantic Center for the Arts, the Centro Studi Ligure, and the Virginia Center for the Arts, among others. Jennifer C. Harmer is a founding member of Misnomer Dance Theater, and she was a senior company member of Murray Spalding Movement Arts for four years. Since graduating from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, she has worked with Sara Pearson/Patrik Widrig & Co., Mark Dendy, Tina Croll, Axis of Eve, Dance Anonymous, the Kinesis Project, and has filmed a ballet video for Finis Jhung. She currently performs as the Baronass von Harmer with Lady Rizo & The Assets. Her choreography has been shown at Vital Theatre, Lot 61, the Fringe Festival, Battery Park, in New York public schools, and as a mobile installation piece on the streets of New York. Jennifer is a certified Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis instructor, as well as a Bagua practitioner and enthusiast. Michael Hogan has been seen on TV, film and stage as an actor and musician. He enjoys collaborating in new ways with interesting people. This piece was inspired by a trip to the Oregon Coast. Everyone should go there once. Dancers: Jennifer Harmer and Michael Hogan

55) Paper Etude/Crunch Gilles MailletDenise Binder

Paper Study is Gilles Maillet’s first electroacoustic composition. He is studies at Concordia University Electroacoustic Studies Programan dis a member of Montreal noise/rock trio "ttttttttttttttttttttt". Denise Binder received her BA in Dance from DeSales University. Her passion for movement has given her the opportunity to teach dance to many disabled children and adults over the years. She is currently teaching and choreographing at the Pennsylvania Youth Theatre in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Dancer: Denise Binder

56) REVOLUTION 59/Lady Godiva Leslie de MelcherLeah Schrager

REVOLUTION 59 is a unique, one-of-a-kind, multilayered 3-dimensional work: It is a question, a challenge and a statement. 1) The question: You say you want a revolution? 2) The challenge: Saturating an iPod and its terminating ear at the frequency of 86 Hz at -13db for another 5 seconds after the piece is over; 3) The statement: Just look around you. Leslie de Melcher was born and educated in Paris, France and lived in New York City on 43rd Street for many years. He currently resides in Toronto, Canada. Some of his works have been published, some have won awards, and some have never been heard. Leah Schrager is a member of White Wave/Young Soon Kim Dance Company, apprenticing with Zvi Gotheiner's company, and dancing with Berlin-based choreographer Catherine Slusher. She collaborates with other artists on experimental interdisciplinary work, including art film, music video, gallery installation, print design, and rock show.

57) Magic SidelinePaul RusselDeliquescent?

“Magic Sideline was an experiment with lots of things. Growing up I used to listen exclusively to hardcore punk with the belief that songs shouldn't exceed the 1-2 minute mark. Over the years my tastes have broadened, but I still appreciate the immediacy of short pieces, condensing lots of ideas into a sharp blast of noise. So naturally when I heard about 60x60 I was delighted.”-Paul Russel Deliquescent? Dancers: Stephanie Dixon(12:30pm) Stephanie Dixon and Tamora Petitt(7:00pm)

58) A Short Piece/Fast TrackNathan AsmanPascal Rekoert/Flexicurve

A Short Piece was actually an assignment for my Computer Music class. I took it rather more seriously than just yet another boring homework assignment. I really felt challenged by the fact that the piece had to be exactly one minute in length, and I tried to really come up with something that had a great deal of depth and meaning and structure to it. Nathan Asman, recently graduated Denison University in Granville, Ohio.. Nathan Asman, currently lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he was born and raised. Pascal Rekoert, performed with European choreographers and in 1997 received the coveted Prix de Bonheur du Rue St. Denis in Paris, France. As a choreographer he has presented his own work in European and American theaters. He created the movie “Erasmusspitzen,” which premiered at IFFR January 2000. He moved to NYC 8 years ago and has been working with Jennifer Muller ever since. Dancer: Pascal Rekoert

59) Electric Trains Robert VoiseyJeramy Zimmerman

Robert Voisey and Jeramy Zimmerman are making a difference and organizing a community. Vocals: Angela McGary - Dancer: Jeramy Zimmerman

60) Big Donut David Hahn Finale

While sitting in a cafe at 8:30 am, I noticed a mother and her 3-year-old daughter. The girl happily wore a whipped cream mustache from the hot chocolate she was drinking. Realizing, however, that the offered donut was nor of adequate size, she began to complain. Her dissatisfaction quickly escalated into a full-blown kicking-and-screaming tantrum, while her mother--scratched and fully distressed--had to make a hasty exit. From an early age, David Hahn was forced to wake up before dawn to begin an hours-long trudge through frost-bitten and dilapidated industrial ghettos to get to his job making donuts in a major American metropolis. Despite all odds--or perhaps because of it--he was able to learn the basics of music composition from a fellow survivor and trans-fat connoisseur. Improvisation structure: Jeramy Zimmerman. Dancers: full cast.