Austin, TX: February Evenings with Deborah Hay

 "I want a wider personal exchange with the Austin community but I am not sure how to make that happen. My first attempt is set for February 2024." - Deborah Hay 

Monday through Friday, Feb 12 -- 23, 2024 at 7 PM, I will perform a 15- 20 minute dance in a private Travis Heights studio location. In the course of the hour you are invited to participate at any time and as you wish. This could take the form of writing, moving, singing, talking with someone, or more. As community, in this context, you are invited to generously attend to your own wishes and desires without imposing your wishes and desires onto someone else. You might want to bring a notebook.  

If you are already aware of my work and plan to come, consider inviting an acquaintance who has no previous experience with it. 

I imagine this like a LIBRARY in which we each pursue our interests together.  

Reservations are necessary because the space holds a maximum of 20.

Email or text:; 817-692-2263

Tickets are sliding scale / pay what you will at the door / write check to DHDC or cash only 

To register:

New York Times: "Horse, the Solos" selected as one of "Best Dance Performances of 2023"

Elliot Marmouset, foreground, and other members of 

Cullberg in Deborah Hay’s “Horse, the Solos.”

Photo credit... Andrea Mohin/The New York Times

"Best Dance Performances of 2023" by Gia Kourlas and Brian Seibert, Dec. 6, 2023


Deborah Hay’s hypnotic “Horse, the Solos,” performed at the Joyce Theater by the Swedish company Cullberg, cast an indelible spell in just an hour. Hay, a founding member of Judson Dance Theater, the 1960s experimental collective, was an associate artist at Cullberg for three years. “Horse,” both subtle and dramatic, reflects that time and trust. (Read NYTime’s review of “Horse, the Solos.”)

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