Known for “sublime dance theater of the highest caliber,” the Fisher Center’s first-ever choreographer in residence Pam Tanowitz “has long been one of the most formally brilliant choreographers around.” (The New York Times)
Pam Tanowitz (Four Quartets, Song of Songs) and her critically acclaimed ensemble, Pam Tanowitz Dance, share a behind-the-scenes look into their creative process featuring work-in-progress showings of three new works and the Fisher Center premiere screening of I was waiting for the echo of a better day, a film created by Jeremy Jacob during the SummerScape 2021 premiere of Pam’s work of the same title.
Choreography Pam Tanowitz
Lighting Design Davison Scandrett
Costume Coordination Maile Okamura
Rehearsal Direction Melissa Toogood
Production and Stage Management Laura Hirschberg
Tour Management Jessica Webber
Producer Jason Collins, Fisher Center at Bard
Penn Live Arts is the lead commissioner with additional support provided by the Penn Live Arts Accelerator Program at the University of Pennsylvania.
Co-commissioning and development support was provided by Fisher Center LAB, which receives funding from the Fisher Center at Bard’s Artistic Innovation Fund with lead support from Rebecca Gold and S. Asher Gelman ’06 through the March Forth Foundation.
The Fisher Center at Bard is Pam Tanowitz’s artistic home.