Human Landscape Dance will premiere "Ashes Like Falling Snow," performed by Susan Donham and Malcolm Shute, in the Ten Tiny Dances concert: 6pm Saturday Dec 16 at Steel Stacks, Palette and Pour, ArtsQuest Center, 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem PA,
About Human Landscape Dance
Human Landscape Dance is a contemporary dance company based in Washington DC. Our work explores original movement in the context of human struggles. We show the transformation of relationships over time through the medium of touch.
Human Landscape Dance will perform "Shadowing" and "Underwater" at In Loving Memory: An Evening of Eclectic Acts on Saturday Nov 4 at 7pm in the Ice House, 56 River Street Bethlehem, PA 18018. Dancers, musicians, poets, and clowns share the beauty in death, grieving, remembrance, and the love between living and dead.
Human Landscape Dance will perform It's Complicated and Eurydice at the Inertia Dance Concert, 7pm Thurs-Sat (plus 2pm Sat) Sept 14-16 at the Dance Studio Theatre, CA1003, Towson University Center for the Arts, Towson MD. This concert features selections from Towson University faculty, students, and alumni. Tickets: https://events.towson.edu/event/inertia_3095
Attune brings together artists from Japan and The United States: featuring Heidi Durning, Kumiko Nonaka, Malcolm Shute, and Tabata Vara. Beginning with 1-hour workshops in creative movement for children ages 3-5 at 10am, and contact improvisation for adults at 12pm, the event culminates in a live dance performance from 2-3:30pm. Those who attend the improvisation workshop are invited to perform at 2pm.
On the Verge is a shared dance performance with work by Quilan Arnold, Emily Berry, Kevin McEwen, and Malcolm Shute. The group brings different movement forms together, including West African, Contemporary, and House. Their dances express diverse perspectives about humanity within dire circumstances. From remembering Haitian revolutionary cries to mourning cries for a lost father, On the Verge uses an array of forms to showcase the colorful ways we cope, we heal, we celebrate, and we overcome.
“Out of the Box/Into the World” celebrates breaking free from zoom boxes to return to face-to-face interaction. Four DC-area choreographers and their companies rely on each other’s physical presence for support during our stuttering return to community. They premiere contemporary dance crafted during the pandemic.
THE CROSSING PATHS MOVEMENT COLLECTIVE is pleased to present an evening of innovative dance works by four internationally known movement artists and choreographers. Evalina "Wally" Carbonell, Malcolm Shute, Sarah Carlson and Nick M Daniels will bring their works to the stage together as a collective for a Philadelphia premiere, LIVE at CHI Movement Arts Center, home of KYLD, on Saturday March 19th (2pm and 8pm) and Sunday March 20th (4pm).
Human Landscape Dance will premiere Personal Space at the 39th Annual Choreographer's Showcase: 8pm Saturday Jan 22, 2022, at the Prince George's Publick Playhouse. Malcolm Shute and Katie Sopoci Drake, are adrift on a tabletop.
Restaged "Great Wave" on Towson University Dance Company.
Performed "Great Wave" at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, Washington, D.C.
Performance in Tulsa, OK.
Premiere of "For John and Merce" and "Hood", contact improvisation class, gala screening of "For John and Merce" dance video, Betty Oliphant Theatre, Revue Cinema, Dovercourt House, Toronto, ON.
On Saturday December 8, 2012 at 8pm and Sunday December 9 at 4pm, Human Landscape Dance of Washington DC and Code f.a.d. of North Carolina presented American Gods, an artistic exploration of contemporary American icons, at Dance Place, 3225 8th St NE, Washington DC.
Human Landscape Dance, a contemporary dance company based in Washington DC, and Anne-Marie Mulgrew and Dancers Co, a contemporary dance company based in Philadelphia, presented the Philadelphia/Washington DC Exchange at the Painted Bride Art Center in Philadelphia Memorial Day weekend: Saturday May 29, 2010 at 7:30pm and Sunday May 30, 2010 at 3pm.