BRIClab Residencies /

pink sheets (work-in-progress)

Using movement generated from explorations on tone, the dance piece pink sheets questions what it means to create something magical, modern, and real.


THU-FRI, NOV 21-22, 2019 | 7PM


$8 Adv / $12 Day of Show
General Admission: Seated


BRIC House Artist Studio
647 Fulton Street
(Enter on Rockwell Place)
Brooklyn, NY 11217
United States
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Jordan Demetrius Lloyd | Photo: Matthew Yeoman

Choreographed and performed by Jordan Demetrius Lloyd
Composed by Ryan Wolfe
Performed by Trinity Dawn Bobo, Stanley Gambucci, Myssi Robinson, and Kennedy Thomas

This dance work seeks to interrupt the linearity of time to create a fabulatative experience for its viewers. Taking fragments of stories conjured from memory, fantasy, and our collective imaginations, we reorder and overlap these events to reveal a new logic and meaning. Curiosity boils as the work finds ways to amplify tension and pleasure and a deep connection to the entropy of the human spirit. Using movement generated from explorations on tone, this group of five performers questions what it means to create something magical, modern, and real.

This project has received support from The Center for Performance Research's Artist in Residence Program and AUNTS. 

Artist Bios:

Jordan Demetrius Lloyd (Choreographer + Performer) is a dance artist currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Originally from Albany, NY, Lloyd graduated from The College at Brockport where he performed works by Maura Keefe and Alexandra Beller. He has collaborated with and performed for Karl Rogers/Red Dirt Dance, Tammy Carrasco/Wild Beast Dance, Catherine Galasso, Brendan Drake, Laura Peterson, Netta Yerushalmy, Ambika Raina, and David Dorfman Dance. His work has also been shown at Movement Research’s Judson Series, Center for Performance Research’s Fall Movement Festival, Mark Morris Dance Center, and Triskelion Arts. His teaching practice has brought him to Rutgers University, Mark Morris Dance Center, and various other institutions teaching and setting work for DDD. For more on Jordan visit

Trinity Dawn Bobo (Performer) a native of Sun Prairie, WI, is a dancer, choreographer, and visual artist currently based in New York. She received her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Dance from Columbia College Chicago in Spring 2016. There she studied dancemaking, pedagogy, and cultural studies within the context of dance. She has presented three works on The Dance Center stage, the last of which was her Capstone project entitled OoSix (2016), a companion piece to her solo The Marvelous Real (2015). These works are a culmination of her interest in exploring hyper sensuality through movement and storytelling. She has performed in works by Tosha “Ayo” Alston, Peter Carpenter, Hope Goldman, Jeff Hancock, Darrell Jones, Kelsa Robinson, Lisa Gonzales, and Onye Ozuzu. Trinity has supplemented her training at American Dance Festival-Winter, Module with Sidra Bell Dance New York, The School at Jacob’s Pillow, and Gaga technique with Doron Raz.

Stanley Gambucci (Performer) is new to things—their body included.

Myssi Robinson (Performer) is an artist from Richmond, VA. Home is currently Jersey City and the movement worlds of Baye and Asa, the ColemanCollective, David Dorfman  DRIGGproductions, and Kyle Marshall Choreography. Since her graduation from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University with a BFA in Dance, she has maintained a visual art practice of marking, design, and simple construction. Her work has been presented by Smush Gallery, the Jersey City Theater Center, Nimbus Dance Works, and Le Poisson Rouge. She is currently set designing for Davalois Fearon Dance. In all her creative work, empathy is queen.


Venue Information:

The intimate, flexible studio space within BRIC House is dedicated to emerging and mid-career artists, with an audience capacity of 50-75 for rehearsals and performances in a workshop setting.

For ticketed events, the Box Office opens one hour prior to show time. Advanced tickets can be purchased online.

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