Presidensity Project is a 4-Year Research Residency
In late 2016, writer, director and live artist Melissa Birch began the PRESIDENSITY PROJECT, a 4-year research residency addressing complexity (American) through performance & studio practice.
Melissa's embodied performance works transpose social contexts into live installations, energizing engagement with familiar and dramatic narratives. Based in the Twin Cities, Melissa's stage work and dance-theater collaborations have been presented in residency in Berlin, DE, and throughout North America, through numerous commissions and production collaborations — to popular and critical acclaim..
A logical next step of performance research, Presidensity Project builds on Birch’s
reputation for delivering vanguard performance products within a flexibility of form.
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