"... sensual... mythical... communal... egalitarian... "
is The Holding Project's newest full length work. Premiering during May 2018 in Portland,
Oregon, eight women shared the stage with live foliage and mapped video projection in a performance
witnessed in-the-round. The result is a strikingly odd dance that becomes sensual, comical, delicate, and volatile throughout its duration. Choreographed by Artistic Director Amy Leona Havin in collaboration with company members and with dramaturgy from New York based dance dramaturge Rachel Levens,
the dancers begin the piece with a vulnerable 30-minute pre-performance act.
Read Jamuna Chiarini's article, "Amy Leona Havin's CRANE and other migrations" in Oregon Artswatch