This collaboration between artist Maggie Nowinski and choreographer Michelle Marroquin with dancers Zazie Tobey, Alena Brocker, Ella Carlson, Alexis Major-Jameson, Natalie Graves and Maeve Sterbenz, fuses installation art, time-based choreography as well as improvisational response to materials, sound and site. A poetic investigation of resilience and fragility, growth and transition, emBodied wHoles invites viewers to conjure any and all associations while enjoying the evolving shapes, sounds and narratives.

You are invited to witness a performance at Park Hill Orchard on Sunday, May 7, 4pm.

Please gather at the parking lot at 4pm; you will be guided to the site. The performance is approximately 30 minutes and outdoors on grass. Guests are welcome to stay on site for a picnic after the show. Park Hill Orchard is on Park Hill Rd in Easthampton, MA. The event is free and open to the public.

Please contact us with questions about accessibility. This performance is supported by a grant from Easthampton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

EmBodied wHoles was first performed by Michelle & Zazie at Wistariahurst Gardens, Florence Night Out and SCDT in Fall 2022.