DanceSmith  Repertoire  Kennedy Center November 2004

All choreography and dance works other than Fon Fon Odeon are copyright Natalie Moffett Smith; reproduction or performance in whole or in part is strictly prohibited without the written permission of Natalie Moffett Smith.

Rex
(1995)
Solo
Choreography by Natalie Moffett Smith
Text by Kenneth Rexroth
Costume Design by Judy Hansen
Lighting Design by Lynn Joslin

Mélange Separé
(1999)
Trio for one man and two women
Choreography by Natalie Moffett Smith
Music by John Adams
Costume Design by Judy Hansen
Lighting Design by Lynn Joslin

"Lynn Joslin's dramatic lighting design for Smith's 1999 modern dance trio 'Melange Separe' . . . was instrumental in setting mood (cold and impersonal . . . ) . . . Melange bred tension, . . .the dancers constantly moved into and through positions . . . "
The Washington Post, January 20, 2003

The Gift
(2003)
Group work for five women
Choreography by Natalie Moffett Smith
Music by Arcangelo Corelli
Paintings by Helene O'Neil Cobb
Costume Design by Judy Hansen
Lighting Design by Lynn Joslin

"Also in the ballet idiom, the choreography is dense and complex . . . The work . . . combines ballet's vocabulary with modern dance's sense of weight and utilization of the floor."
The Washington Post, March 8, 2005

Between Us
(2003)
Duet for one man and one woman
Choreography by Natalie Moffett Smith
Music by Alessandro Scarlatti
Costume Design by Judy Hansen
Lighting Design by Lynn Joslin

Interior Lining
(2003)
Group work for seven women
Choreography by Natalie Moffett Smith
Music by Charlie Barnett
Costume Design by Judy Hansen
Lighting Design by Lynn Joslin

"crisp and direct. . . . The work's tensile strength seemed to spring from the creator's true character."
The Washington Post, May 8, 2004

Divertimento
(2004)
Group work for eight dancers
Choreography by Natalie Moffett Smith
Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Paintings by Helene O'Neil Cobb
Costume Design by Judy Hansen
Lighting Design by Lynn Joslin

Kennedy Center November 2004 Impulse
(2004)
Group work for three men and two women
Choreography by Natalie Moffett Smith
Music by Arcangelo Corelli
Artwork by Helene O'Neil Cobb
Costume Design by Judy Hansen
Lighting Design by Lynn Joslin

Within
(2004)
Trio for three women
Choreography by Natalie Moffett Smith
Music by Charlie Barnett
Costume Design by Judy Hansen
Lighting Design by Lynn Joslin

"' . . . her 'Within', for instance, [is] an extraordinarily penetrating look at three different states of human feeling, as danced by three women . . . The dancers created a taut, strained but emotionally authentic atmosphere, aided by Charlie Barnett's intriguingly acid score."
The Washington Post, November 20, 2004

Mr. Barnett's original score for 'Within' won the 2004 Metro DC Dance Award for Original Composition.

Together Alone
(2004)
Duet for one man and one woman
Choreography by Natalie Moffett Smith
Music by Dimitri Shostakovich
Costume Design by Judy Hansen
Lighting Design by Lynn Joslin

"she sprang into his arms like a lioness, all tension and force, and collided with him even in moments of tenderness."
The Washington Post, May 8, 2004

Disquiet
(2004)
Group work for eight women
Choreography by Natalie Moffett Smith
Music by George Frederic Handel (Concerti Grossi)
Costume Design by Judy Hansen
Lighting Design by Lynn Joslin

Fon Fon Odeon (Tangos)
(1992)
Choreography by Eric Hampton
(with permission of the Trustees of the Works of Eric Hampton)
Music by Ernesto Nazareth
Costume Design by Judy Hansen
Original Lighting Design by Martha Mountain
Lighting Design Recreated by Lynn Joslin

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