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May 18, 2018 Poetry is Busy presents Marsha Parrilla's solo work.
July, 2018 Brooklyn Museum and the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics present Marsha Parrilla’s Lola Bee- as part of the performance series in conjunction with the upcoming special exhibition Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-85.
August 9, 2018 Dances of Resistance. Led by Marsha Parrilla, and hosted by the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's Block Party- this free movement workshop explores the power of movement to challenge the status quo, create new paradigms, and uplift the spirit. All ages are welcome, and no experience is necessary.
December 1, 2018 Villa Victoria Center for the Arts presents MELAZA II: Symposium on Colonial Relationships between the Caribbean and the USA.
photo credit: Leah Fournier, School for Contemporary Dance and Thought
Memorias del Cuerpo (excerpt)
Choreography and performance: Marsha Parrilla
Movement Research at Judson Church, 2018
Caricia (revised) Guest Performer: Fran de Paula
We Create Festival 2017
Blackbird (a movement study) 2015
One Minute Solos- Mobius, Boston
Dance for Film: Gris (2012)
Dances from this Side of Town, Boston
Earlier Work: Caricia (2007)