Li Chiao-Ping Dance is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization. The generous support of our patrons makes future performances of Li Chiao-Ping Dance possible. Help us out.
Fri-Sat, October 12-13 DANCING ON THE CEILING concert, Margaret H'Doubler Performance Space, Madison, WI
FRIDAY'S PERFORMANCE IS SOLD OUT! There may be limited seats available at the door.
THERE ARE STILL TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR SATURDAY'S 2:30PM PERFORMANCE!
LCPD is excited and honored for this opportunity to stand behind this wonderful project - Dancing on the Ceiling: performances by women of a certain age. Artists in other performing fields commonly continue in their careers for many years, but due to the physical rigor of dance, performers are often viewed and valued for their youthful dance technique. These seasoned artists, including Charlotte Adams, Beth Corning, Simone Ferro, Heidi Latsky, Li Chiao-Ping, Deb Loewen, and Endalyn Taylor present the value of time, experience, and dedication to producing skillful performers with nuance and strength. Not “rather than” or “instead of”, these mature dancers “also” have much to offer and this concert makes this point.
Saturday, December 1 DOLCE STIL NOVO, LCPD concert at Masonic Auditorium, Madison, WI
Li Chiao-Ping Dance’s Dolce Stil Novo takes its title from the poetic style of 13th C. Italian writers, like Dante Alighieri, which celebrated the female form, love, and womanhood from a spiritual and idealized perspective. This event features amazing artists together for two shows only on Saturday, Dec. 1--2:30pm and 7pm, including:
Choreography by Li Chiao-Ping; Music by Julia McConahay; Fashion by Sarah Friedland and Emily Popp; Visual Art by Chele Isaac; and Lighting by John Frautschy.
Ms. Li reworks this idea as a choreographic theme to celebrate women in today’s world, navigating conventions of beauty, societal norms, and gender politics.
March 2019 LANDED at UW-Steven's Point, Steven's Point, WI
Our LANDED performance on September 8th at Old Dominion University was a huge success--many thanks to the folks at ODU for all their incredible organization and support! Thank you so much!
Landed, a collaboration between choreographer Li Chiao-Ping and visual artist Douglas Rosenberg, is an evening-length, multimedia dance work that investigates the immigrant experience through stories, personal and historical, related to each cast member. This work blends together the abstract and symbolic, with physical expression and spoken word, to form a distillation of journeys, hope, loss, pain, and resilience.
Created with support from The MAP Fund, a program of Creative Capital, primarily supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. Additional funds come from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
THANK YOU TO ALL FOR THE DONATIONS FOR RAICES, TO HELP REUNITE FAMILIES. YOU HELPED US RAISE $243 TO GIVE TO THIS ORGANIZATION!!
SUMMER DANCE 2018
LCPD's Summer Dance Camp and Intensive 2018, which ran from Monday, June 18 to Saturday, June 23 was a great success thanks to all the participants and artist teachers! Congratulations to all for a fun-filled and inspiring week.
GREAT REVIEW! Li Chiao-Ping just performed her solo in medias res, Oct. 21-22 in the DANCING ON THE CEILING concert at UW-Miwaukee's Studio 254 at Mitchell Hall (3203 N. Downer Ave.) Other artists include Simone Ferro, Sara Hook, Charlotte Adams, Beth Corning, and Debra Loewen.
LCPD dancers Janelle Bentley, Lauren Gibbs, Elisabeth Roskopf, Liz Sexe, and Li Chiao-Ping performed BETWEEN HERE AND THERE (from LANDED) in the American Dance Guild's Festival at the Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theater in NYC. It was a beautiful evening honoring one of the truly great leaders--Martha Myers! It was an amazing event and we were so honored to be invited to be part of it! Thank you!
Li Chiao-Ping served as a panelist for the McKnight Foundation's Choreographer Fellowships alongside Rennie Harris, Christy Bolingbroke, and Judith Howard.
Li Chiao-Ping Dance Receives MAP Fund Grant for LANDED – the new multimedia project, a collaboration between choreographer Li Chiao-Ping and visual artist Douglas Rosenberg, examines the immigrant experience.
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