Through You

Through You – Stacey Ramsower
Rated R – 35 minutes
(paired with The Furniture Shop)
9/25 8:00pm & 9/27 6:30pm @ Frenetic Theater

Screen Shot 2014-08-19 at 11.41.53 PM“I am an orphan, alone,” begins Carl Jung’s description of the Archetypal Orphan, the piece of broken heart inside every human person.  It is this archetype that emerges when we are betrayed, shamed, rejected and can become an identity for some.  “Through You,” explores the human desire to belong from the orphan’s perspective, from the heart that wants nothing more than that which it fears most- to be loved.

Concept, writing and direction by Stacey Ramsower
Performed and Choreographed by Danielle Koblinski, Taylor Martin and Stacey Ramsower

Stacey Ramsower: I have been moving and shaking since birth.  Always seeking out new ways to move, I have studied ballet, tap, jazz, modern, yoga, martial arts, Bellydance, Samba, capoeira, Afro-Brazilian dance and mime.  Yes.  Mime.  It is through the body that I seek to understand and connect to the world, and it is through the body that I can best express my findings.

Danielle Koblinski is a graduate from the University of Houston with a BA in Dance. A native of Del Rio, Tx, she minored in Mexican American studies. Danielle uses her minor to create works centered around social and political issues as well as drawing from her own experiences of growing up on the border. Danielle has presented works at UH while being a member of the UH Dance Ensemble and the American College Dance Festival. Anna Sokolow is one of Danielle’s main influences in all her works as well as Frida Kahlo and the Virgen de Guadalupe. Danielle had the opportunity of performing Frida by Sokolow in the US and Mexico City with the Anna Sokolow Dance Theater Company. Danielle draws inspiration for her work exploring raw human emotion onstage. This dancing yogi loves motivating, inspiring, and creating possibility through teaching Yoga, Pilates, and is currently an instructor in training at Revolution Studio. Danielle is in her fourth season with Psophania Dance Company in Houston, Tx.


$12 tickets