Canopy Reunion V at the Marsh Studio, 1258 Blue Heron Lane, Darien, GA
When: 5 p.m. Saturday, May 18
Cost: $20 adults, $10 children 12 and under
Reservations are available online at www.themarshstudio.com or call 912-437-3755.
Golf cart ferrying from Blue Heron Lane.
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Please join me in welcoming members of Canopy Studio’s Repertory Company from Athens, GA in their 5th performance at the Marsh Studio. The pieces that will be presented this year are as varied in apparatus (rope, trapeze, lyra and fabrics) as they are in intention and content. Yes! Travel down that sandy road, through the woods, by the pond, to the Marsh Studio and be entertained, stimulated and delighted by a group that appreciates our wonderful world here as much as I anticipate you will appreciate their performance.
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Welcome to The Marsh Studio where Susan Murphy and Don Carson together have created an Authentic Aerial Theater and Training Center like no other. Performances, Retreat Workshops and Personal One -on-One Training Classes are offered. Weekly exercise classes with gentle movement therapy are also offered.
Located just outside of historic Darien, GA on the beautiful coastal marshlands. A quick hour and fifteen minutes from the Jacksonville International airport and just fifty-five minutes from the Savannah International airport. The Brunswick, GA regional airport that is serviced by Delta airlines is a quick 25 minute drive.
And the winner is…
“A Long Friendship”
performed by April Skelton and Susan Murphy
with cinematography by Don Carson
About this piece:
April and Susan give tribute to their friendship with the myriad of perspectives their video/dance portrays. With their solos they reflect the personal choices of expressive gesture within the same choreographic template. Interspersed with shots of their individuality are shared moments they created, from above and below, the apparatus and the dancers. And throughout, they give kinetic voice to the richness and depth, through time and space, of their love.
Shot at the Marsh Studio, Darien, Georgia (themarshstudio.com)
Dancers: Susan Murphy (themarshstudio.com) and April Skelton (tworopesandabar.com)
Cinematography: Don Carson
Special thanks: Tina Ridley
Music: “My Piano Night,” Federico Albanese; “Optimist,” Zoe Keating; “Said and Done,” Nils Frahm
Editing: April Skelton
Photo exhibit seen in the studio by Don Carson. To see more of his work, visitdoncarsonphoto.com.
Congratulations to these two dancers and their collaborators. They have delivered a truly wonderful piece of art. Not only is it emotive and thoughtful, but it is beautifully captured and makes full use of the unique Inanimate 48 format by capturing aerial dance from non-traditional angles and using smart editing to convey the relationships between two friends. We hope you enjoy this work as much as we did.
These are from our students and professionals that have attended workshops and retreats at Marsh Studio.
Throughout Susan’s workshop, I had moments of extreme peace and serenity as though everything else had melted away. Letting myself dive into the emotions we were trying to convey through movement took away all fears and inhibitions about performing. That has taught me to simply move in that moment.
“Susan can turn a stale space into a whole new learning environment. I was stuck and Susan allowed me to unfold and nurture my true movement. Working with Susan reminded me that the roots of movement begin inside and work their way out to the limbs. This was a great accompaniment to my aerial training and taking the next step in creating my own choreography.”
Alissa Lynn Feller
New England Center for Circus Arts