|Photo by Jennifer Glaws|
Who says feminism is dead? The F-word rises from the ashes like the phoenix, as evidenced by a new evening of work coming from choreographer April Sellers, hitting the Intermedia Arts stage this weekend as part of the Catalyst Series. Sellers hopes the works will entertain and engage audiences in a dialogue about different perspectives of feminism across generations. Along with her two pieces, the evening of work, titled Girlywood
, also includes dances created by Laurie Van Wieren and Kenna Cottman, two women choreographers whose work, while not explicitly propagating a feminist perspective, offers a diversity of viewpoints that Sellers hopes to include in the dialogue.