Choreography

For the strings (2016). (Photo Credit: Jon White)

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Civilians (2015). “Civilians” is inspired by the zeitgeist of WWII. Through research into the effects of loss, devastation, companionship, and reunion, five vignettes were composed to highlight poignant moments as perceived by the choreographer. Thank you to the Departments of Studio Arts and Fashion Design for an inspiring collaboration. (Photo Credit: Jon White)

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Malagueña (2014).

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It’s been 12,364 Days (2014). (Photo Credit: Jon White)

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When togetherness won’t combine (2014). (Photo Credit: Bartlett PhotoArt)

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flutter, flow, form (2013). (Photo Credit: Jon White)

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Steun (2011).

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Magnificent Disparities (2010). An excerpt of “Boundaries.” Through a combination of choreography, sound, text and materials such as fabric, tape and boxes, the concert explores the question’s literal and metaphoric; performative and material; and individual, social and familial considerations. Zweier’s work has been characterized as “highly energetic,” distinguished by “sophisticated movement invention,” and “having the zany appeal of an Almodóvar film.” (Photo Credit: Sinru Ku)

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