Wishing Well



A new collaborative dance work by director Ashley Horn and dancers Daniel Adame, Shanon Adams, Jacquelyne Boe, Taylor Martin, Mollie Miller, Alex Soares, Prudence Sun, and Tina Shariffskul.

October 3, 2015

2 PM and 7 PM

The Orange Show Monument

2402 Munger

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Ashley Horn named #3 Houston choreographer of 2014

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Thanks Houston Press!

The Houston Press named Ashley Horn one of the top 100 creatives of 2013!  Check out the story here:


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Motion Captured

Check out Motion Captured, an evening of Dance on Film, Saturday, February 2 at the ERJCC.

Dance Month at the Kaplan Theatre is proud to present its successful Motion Captured, An Evening of Dance on Film by local and national choreographers and filmmakers. Motion Captured will be presented Saturday, February 2 at 8:00 PM with a talk back following the films with a few of the local choreographers and film makers curated by Ashley Horn.

Some of this year’s line-up of short films include Rosie Trump’s Come Crawl Out Your Window which is a fairytale-like reverie for youth in a time and place that never quite was.

Ajar, by Nadine Helstroffer of New York, is a poetic portrayal of the stages of grief, and ventures to stay open in the face of loss and the mystery of death.

One of last year’s favorite filmmakers, Mitchell Rose, has a new film entitled Advance. Mitchell Rose has been called by the New York Times “A rare and wonderful talent.” Advance is the twelfth collaboration between Rose and BodyVox Dance Company.

Newcomer Audrey Bergeron’s film Errances depicts three women somewhat a drift – one lost in forgetfulness, the other in perfect control and the last, exploding. This project is an initiative by Audrey Bergeron and Le Broke Lab, a sharing and artistic laboratory.

Rebecca French’s The All Hands Meeting is set in a surreal office and investigates a space with warped gravity and a main character searching for an escape from her sterile work environment.

Other selections by accomplished filmmakers and choreographers include Wanderland Excerpt by Ashley Horn, There’s a Height Limit by Lydia Hance and Marta Reni’s Where the Dance Is and 890 Broadway.

Join us to experience this visual feast of site specific, innovative choreography that combines dance and technology. Tickets for Motion Captured, An Evening of Dance on Film are $5 ERJCC member, senior adult, and student/$7 public. All Dance Month events will take place at the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston, 5601 S. Braeswood, Houston, TX 77096. Concerts take place in the Kaplan Theatre, IW Marks Theatre Center. For more information, contact Maxine Silberstein at msilberstein@erjcchouston.org or 713.729.3200 ext. 3223 or visit erjcchouston.org/dancemonth or contact our box office at 713.551.7255.

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