Fall Season 2019

Power. Passion. Versatility.

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  • Sat., November 23rd | 8:00 PM | Doors 7:00 PM

  • Sun., November 24th | 4:00 PM | Doors 3:00 PM


Tickets:  $29 | $39


Groups of six or more automatically receive 20% off per ticket. No coupon required. Must process as one order.


BoSoma Dance Company’s 16th Annual Fall Season offers an inspiring evening of new works choreographed by Artistic Director, Katherine Hooper, highlighting the athleticism and grace of the BoSoma dancers. Experience the passion, power, and versatility of the company dancers through one duet, two trios, and three group pieces. 

Company dancers Tony Tucker and Julia Amaral perform a sultry, latin inspired duet which winds through space with spiraling lifts and turns as the story of their relationship reveals itself on stage to the majestic music of Secession Studios. The evening will also include, Save Me, performed by Stephanie Boisvert, Angela Zaccardi and Kelsye Chevalier, a trio of women finding power in numbers and strength through music and dance. Hooper’s newest group work, Parachute, is a powerful display of explosive movement, spatial design, and skirtography. The brilliant colored costumes made of lightweight parachute fabric, designed by Jennifer Greeke of Harpy Fashions, creates the feeling of floating and diving through space. Hooper’s group piece Keys in Black and White, will also round out the night along with the debut of a second trio.



Photography by Howard Kong

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For nearly 20 years, critically acclaimed dancer, choreographer and educator Katherine Hooper has made an indelible mark on the lives of her students, her dancers, and her community. As artistic director of BoSoma Dance Company and owner of the BoSoma School of Dance in Hamilton and Georgetown, MA, her mission has always been clear: to provide a positive, inspiring environment where students, performers, and the audience are free to explore dance as a vehicle to learn more about the world around them, to explore their own identity and to approach life, music or art in a different way.


Jen Greeke, once again collaborates with Hooper in designing costumes. Jennifer Gloucester based costume designer, Greeke has her bachelors degree from Parsons School of Design in fashion design and has a masters from NYU's Tisch school for design for stage and film in costume design. After graduating Jen worked on various productions in dance, stage and film. After taking a hiatus from costume she moved back to Massachusetts and started Harpy Fashion. Most recently Jen has been turning to the world of wearable art and has most recently won Searts wearable art competition. She is very excited to come back to costume to work with BoSoma dance company.