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May 4, 2016

Painters and Poets, one of the few poetry journals featuring ekphrastic poetry (edited by Lisa Mull) has chosen three works of mine for the current edition. Please take a look. http://www.paintersandpoets.com/

And many thanks to Ingo Reulecke and Biliana Voutchkova for the fantastic performance at the closing of The Nude Moves, as well as to all the poets who shared their work during the course of the show.

December 12, 2013:
“Dance and Text: Development of a New Theatrical Language”
Jacalyn Carley in dialogue with Prof. Ingo Reulecke
part of the series: 35 Years Tanzfabrik Berlin
Moderation: Heike Albrecht

“With its foundation in 1978, Tanzfabrik Berlin designed a new model of artistic production and performance practice in Möckernstraße 68 in Berlin-Kreuzberg, combined with an international network and the construction of a cross-generational and radically new form of dance training. How did it begin? Who was involved? How did the ways of life proceed, and where does the first production venue for contemporary dance in Berlin after 1945 stand today?”
in German, Weds, 12.12.13, 18:00 / 6 pm
Uferstudios, Badstr. 41a, 13357 Berlin
Information:  http://www.tanzfabrik-berlin.de or http://www.uferstudios.com

November 4-15, 2013

Visiting University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Nov. 5/6. Sarah Lawrence College, Nov 7/8

For students interested in learning more about Sarah Lawrence College’s study abroad program, Summer Arts in Berlin, http://www.slc.edu/international-exchange/summer-programs/berlin/index.html and who would like to meet with her during the visits, contact Jacalyn directly:  jcarley at sarahlawrence.edu

October 25, 2013:

Jacalyn will be performing “White Rabbit, Red Rabbit” by Nassim Soleimanpour at the English Theater in Berlin.

Forbidden to leave his country, Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour distilled the experience of an entire generation into what promises to be a wild and utterly original play. (It has reaped acclaim and prizes around the world.) “White Rabbit, Red Rabbit” is performed under one condition – the performer doesn’t see the play until s/he walks on stage, and begins reading it in front of an audience! For more information:  http://www.etberlin.de/production/white-rabbit-red-rabbit/