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Faculty Angie Pittman Performs for Roulette

  • Angie Pittman
  • Photo: Whitney Browne
    Whitney Browne
Visiting Professor of Dance Angie Pittman performs virtually this weekend in Roulette: Angie Pittman | I’ll tell you, but please be still. 

I’ll tell you, but please be still is a dance performed by two people dancing together and apart. The dance is growing from Angie Pittman’s embodied research into Darkness in the style of Audre Lorde and Piracy in the manner of Nina Simone.

“These places of possibility within ourselves are dark because they are ancient and hidden; they have survived and grown strong through darkness.” — Audre Lorde, Poetry is not a Luxury (1985)

This dance looks to narrative for a nudge, and coexists with daydreams. It relies heavily on the movement to make the meaning and embraces change. This dance is at the volume it wants to be.

Amber Hopkins, performer
Angie Pittman, performer

Please note: this performance will be live stream only with no in-person audience. It will be available for free on Roulette’s website, Facebook, and YouTube, and in perpetuity in the Roulette archive.


Congratulations Angie!