Mary Madsen is a midwestern girl from Wisconsin holding a BFA from the University of Milwaukee-WI (2003). Mary has been collaborating and dancing with Jody Oberfelder Projects since 2013. In addition, Mary is the assistant rehearsal director and a long time performer for Third Rail Projects, Then She Fell. In past years Mary has had the pleasure of working with: Megan Bascom & Dancers, the Resonance Collective, Elia Mrak (Seattle), Regina Nejman and Company, Kelly Anderson (Chicago), John J Zullo Dance, David Appel Dance, Rebollar Dance Theater (D.C.), Simone Ferro (Milwaukee), and Foothold dance (Milwaukee). She defines herself as: always a collaborator, often a performer and occasionally a choreographer and creator. Mary is most inspired by friends, traveling, nature, and generosity.marymadsen.com
Pierre Guilbault was raised in Vancouver, B.C. and moved to New York in 2012 after graduating from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts with a BFA in Dance. He has a background in Ballet and Contemporary, and has studied film and theater acting in the past. Since then he has worked with Mary Siedman, Mari Meade, Pam Tanowitz, Helen Simoneau, Emery LeCrone, Lise Houlton of Minnesota Dance Theater, Katie-Rose McLaughlin O'Niel, Rebecca Lazier, Sally Silvers, and has done extensive work in and around the Merce Cunningham workshops at the West Beth and City Center spaces. He joined the Liz Gerring Dance Company in September 2014 and is also currently working with Ellen Cornfield and Pat Catterson.
Hannah Wendel is from Seattle, Washington and graduated summa cum laude from the Boston Conservatory, where she was awarded the Julie Ince Thompson Scholarship for Choreography. In her last year there, she performed as a guest artist with Karole Armitage at the Institute for Contemporary Art in Boston. Hannah has been dancing with Jody Oberfelder Projects since November 2015 and has toured with her to Southampton NY, Washington DC, Frankfurt, Germany, and Prague, Czech Republic. She has also performed with The People Movers in New York and has starred in Nocturnal Patterns, directed Christian Sorensen Hansen at Lightbox Studios in The Bronx. She has performed her work at Gowanus Arts and Productions in collaboration with Groupmuse, at the Never Before, Never Again Festival at Triskellion Arts and recently collaborated with Anna Reyes on a performance, Forget All This in conjunction with Columbia University at Abrons Art Center. She will be traveling to the Bamff Centre in October with Anna Reyes for a residency for her newest work Plastic Identities. Hannah has performed closely with Elia Mrak in both Seattle and New York and has most recently produced, in collaboration with him, an evening length show, Performance and a Party. In addition to creating and performing Hannah is a certified yoga instructor and hosts donation-based improvisation workshop and jams called spacejam. hannahlwendel.com
Photos by: Wowe