Following the critically acclaimed premiere of MONUMENT at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival 2016 and recent performances at The Museum of Modern Art, Adam H. Weinert returns with Dance of The Ages. Coinciding with ongoing exhibits at Jacob’s Pillow and The Williams College Museum of Art, this unique and epic ensemble work was created by Ted Shawn in 1938. Shawn considered Dance of the Ages to be the summit of his achievements as a choreographer. It was the first evening-length modern dance ever presented, and one of the last works he choreographed for The Men Dancers. Tickets and more information available here.




Premiered at the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival 2016

MONUMENT combines beautifully revived works by legends of modern dance with original contemporary choreography. Fueled bythe critically acclaimed “reaccession” of pioneering modernist choreographer Ted Shawn at The Museum of Modern Art, and recent performances at Tate Modern Museum as part of “20 Dancers of the 20th Century”, Weinert recreates classic dances from the early 1920s and 30s. With ingenuity, reverence, and grace, he and an ensemble of stunning dancers perform classic solos by Doris Humphrey, José Limón, and Ted Shawn, then transport audiences to a new world of contemporary choreography that is “impressive, strange, a puzzle you want to solve, a social order changing before your eyes” (Alastair Macaulay, The New York Times).

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And You Were Wonderful, On Stage

Premiered at the Tate Britain Museum
London, February 2014

Writer/Director: Cally Spooner
Choreographer: Adam Weinert
Original Music Composition: Peter Joslyn
Devised With: Rhiannon Drake, Helen Hart, Jenny Minton, Piya Malik, Rebecca Thorn and Chloé Turpin
Costumes: Malene List Thomsen
Producer: Edd Hobbs
Performed by: Amina Abbas-Nazari, Nikki Akinjinmi, Lisa Angharad, Clare Birkett, Rebecca Blake, Mela Boev, Rhiannon Drake, Natalie Galpern, Chloe Jane Graham, Helen Hart, Levi Heaton, Heidi Heidelberg, Sue Hope, Jaspreet Kaur, Sarah Kent, Sarah Kershaw, Piya Malik, Rachel Middle, Jenny Minton, Jenny Moore, RoseO’Gallivan, Nicola Singh, Aleksandra Skocz, Rebecca Thornand Chloé Turpin

Commissioned by and developed in collaboration with: Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Performa 13, New York; and Tate Modern, London through an ongoing conversation with Annie Godfrey Larmon. With special thanks to Wysing Art Centre, KW Institute and Arts Council England.

BMW Tate Live is curated by Catherine Wood, Curator, Contemporary Art and Performance, Tate and Capucine Perrot, Assistant Curator, Tate Modern.  BMW Tate Live is a partnership between BMW and Tate, which focuses on performance, interdisciplinary art and curating digital space.

MARS (a play about mining)

Premiered at The Center for Performance Research  New York, March 2013

Based on the graphic novel MARS! by Tom Coiner, this collaboration between Superhero Clubhouse and Matchboxarts explores the effect of the promise of power and the desire for justice on environment, culture, and the mind of man. Ms. Caldwell's projected images, Mr. Miller's score, along with scenic and costume design by R. B. Schlather, complement the collaboration between Mr. Pickard and Mr. Weinert for the project, which is made possible by the generous support of the Mertz Gilmore Foundation. 

MARS (a play about mining)
adapted from the graphic novel MARS! by Tom Coiner

Directed: Jeremy Pickard
Choreography: Adam H. Weinert
Music: Adam Miller
Graphic Art: Kristy Caldwell
Stage & Costume Design: R.B. Schlather
Stage Management/Assistant Direction: Alessandra Calabi
Dramaturgy: Megan McClain
Created & Performed: Javier Baca, Nathaniel Bausch-Gould, Rosie Dupont, Aba Kiser, Logan Kruger, Dan Lawrence, Keisuke Matsuno, Adam Miller, Manelich Minniefee, Jeremy Pickard, Davon Rainey, J.P. Schlegel, Adam H. Weinert


Premiered at CR10 Arts
Hudson, NY October 2012

Proceed is a multimedia performance piece created by Adam H Weinert, Timothy Stanley, Victoria Bek and R.B. Schlather. Using three people, two projectors and 41 words, Proceed explores the frustration of expression and the compulsion to communicate. Each figure cycles through trials of movement, of oration, and of presence in space to convey what's not said, what is able to be said, and the exhaustion of saying it.

Created and Performed by: Victoria Bek, Timothy Stanley and Adam H Weinert
Art Direction: R.B. Schlather

Here Here

Premiered at Boltax Gallery
Shelter Island, NY
August 2011

HERE HERE explores presence, temporality and porousness. In tight collaboration with the composer, two dancers perform a series of chance-based movement scores. Dance and sound interlace in a dynamic, indeterminate dialogue wherein feedback loops, methodical partnering, and evocative improvisation entangle and unfold to generate a unique experience with each performance.

Choreography: Adam H Weinert
Music & Sound Design: Roarke Menzies Photography: Michael Hart
Performance: Javier Baca, Logan Frances Kruger, Davon Rainey, and Adam H Weinert

Shadow Art: Jenn Myers
Video: Philippe Tremblay-Berberi
Costume Design: Márion Talan

Documentary Recording: Michelle Mola, Michael Sheriff, Roarke Menzies, The People of Shelter Island

Production: Karen Boltax, matchboxarts


Premiered at the Tangente Festival Montreal, QC October 2009

Firemakers is a collaborative dance that uses objects, projections, and humor to explore self-invention and self-imposed obstacles.   

Choreography: Adam H Weinert
Dancers: Logan Frances Kruger, Roarke Menzies, Michelle Mola, Zack Winoker Sound Design: Jakub Ciupinski
Costume Design: Márion Talan
Set Design: Meagan Grimley
Animation: Jennifer Myers
Lighting Design: Anila Mazhari, Michealjon Slinger, Evan Teitlebaum