Choreography by Regina Klenjoski. Film by Brad Schelton. Performed by Brennon Madrid and Elleigh McClelland. Original live music by Ryan Windham. Video music by Jesse Cook. Created as part of an evening length site specific live performance, "Filtered Reality" presented at Harvester Arts in Wichita, KS on September 30 and October 1, 2017.
Choreography by, Regina Klenjoski.
Original Music by, Mark Fitchett.
Costume Design, Denise Lichter.
Dancers: Anna Bowden, Erin Butkivich, Danae McWatt and David Wornovitzky.
World premiere at the Martha B. Knoebel Dance Theatre, Long Beach CA September 6 & 7, 2013.
Composer, Mark Edward Fitchett, on writing music for the Regina Klenjoski Dance Company.
Regina Klenjoski discusses her work One Two Many at the Celebrate Dance 2012 premiere with Scott Hislop of DancePlug.
One, Two Many - Choreography by Regina Klenjoski, Costume Design by Denise Lichter, Original Music by Mark Fitchett.
Emoticons choreographed by Regina Klenjoski. Original music by David Karagianis. Costumes by Denise Lichter. Performed by Anna Bowden, Erin Butkivich, Deven P Brawley, Danae McWatt and Sam Propersi. Premiere at the Alex Theatre March 3, 2011 as part of Celebrate Dance 2011.
Is Technology enabling or disabling our ability to connect?
In a deep dark setting, such as another planet with limited light, and limited resources, the 5 dancers work through motions that are organic and of the future. The 5 dancers seem like they broke off from our human tree and continued to evolve in an isolated, anaerobic environment. This piece begins with the dancers pumping up and down, as if to recharge their batteries, or perhaps they are pumping to emit some chemical into the atmosphere. Their movements are graceful, efficient, competitive and technical. There is a sense of survival, cooperation and at times, drudgery. It is as though spoken language has evolved out of the human experience. The music is electric, chaotic, organic and loud. Costumes are martial arts-esque with a large, circular symbol, or icon, evoking a tribal unity that these 5 powerful dancers share. Perhaps they are the keepers of something sacred, like knowledge of the essence of human connection. The flashing lights create an atmosphere that is other-planetary or futuristic. The combination of the loud electric music and flashing lights make the dancers seem very light. You never hear them land or breathe; they are pure motion. - Audience member, Zorami Samuelson
The Crossings: Fire and Ice (Excerpts), choreographed by Regina Klenjoski, performed at the James Armstrong Theater in Torrance, California. Original score by Mark Fitchett. Performed by Nicholas Heitzeberg and Caitlin HIckey.
Streetscapes (Excerpts) -
August 6, 2004
Ford Amphitheater in Hollywood, CA.
Choreography by Regina Klenjoski.
Score by Drew Schnurr.
Editing by Madeline Schrock.
It Feels Like Pitch Black:
A short documentary about the creation of It Feels Like Pitch Black, a work piece about autism and its impact on family. Commissioned by Jennie Linthorst for the Tennesee Children's Dance Ensemble, 2008.