✓ MARCH 12-16, 2013: Miami-Dade College dancers present Pioneer Winter’s “Pant Suit” at the American College Dance Festival in Tampa, FL
✓ FEBRUARY-MARCH 2013: Residency and Performance Series in the SandBox at Miami Theater Center. In this modern reinterpretation of the “one-man show,” Pioneer Winter re-examines faith from the vantage points of sexuality, age and culture. Video installation, tap dancing and stripping draw the audience into an intimate and interactive dialogue blending humor, isolation and anecdote.
Tickets: $20 (and seating is very intimate) – http://www.mtcmiami.org/event/pie-solo/2013-03-15/
Postponed – APRIL 2013: Pioneer Winter will present an evening of dance on film and cross-platform storytelling (transmedia) on Miami Beach in several pop-up locations. Specific date and locations TBA.
✓ APRIL 11, 2013: Pioneer Winter will be giving a contemporary dance master class at Miami-Dade College, Kendall Campus for the A.I.R. (Artistry in Rhythm) Dance Conference Thursday, April 11th at 10:45 am-12:15 pm in G303.
✓ APRIL 13 & 14, 2013: Pioneer Winter will present a new piece TBA in the 2nd annual Daniel Lewis Miami Dance Sampler at Little Haiti Cultural Center. Other participating choreographers and companies include Niurca Marquez, Karen Peterson and Dancers, Dance Now! Miami, Delou African Dance Ensemble, Brazz Dance, Brazarte Dance Company, New World Dance Ensemble, and Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida.
MAY 11, 2013: Project LEAP teen participants perform in a free, open-admission culminating performance at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in the Peacock Foundation Studio. Project LEAP (Living Equality through Arts and Performance) participants include GLBTQ-identifying 14-18 year-old youth and their allies. LEAP teens will be joined in their performance by local and national GLBTQ-advocate performing artists and companies. This experience culminates a 6-month dance and creative communication program for these youth, led by Pioneer Winter and facilitated by teaching artists Neil de la Flor, Marie Whitman, and Marissa Nick.