BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance

Dancing with Horses


BodyStories and our Middlebrook Arts Research + Residency Center are excited to announce another Dancing with Horses event with JoAnna Mendl Shaw and The Equus Projects! The event will be held from November 10, 2022 until November 13, 2022. Joining us will also be horse trainer and musician Dan McCarthy, Fairsing Farm, and Teresa Fellion. Dancing with Horses is an experience to explore the dialogues between humans and equines through physical listening. For more information please click here.

As a special new development, on Saturday evening November 12th at 7:30pm, The Equus Projects will perform their newest dance theater work, Interspecies Journey, a merging of live dance, STORYTELLING & film excerpts from IMPRINTED, a documentary about passion and compassion.

Saturday, November 12 at 7:30 P.M. The performance is free, with a suggested $10 donation!  For more information or to RSVP in advance, please contact

BodyStories Performance at Pentacle Fall Further XI

Fall Further XI: Featuring BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance. November 6 @ 7:00 p.m. ET. Dixon Place, NYC + Live Stream.

BodyStories is thrilled to announce that we will be performing at Pentacle Fall Further XI on Sunday, November 6th at 7:00 p.m. EST! We will be dancing alongside Claire Porter / PORTABLES, Freespace Dance, The Pillow Project, CoreDance Contemporary, and the Moving Architects. The company is excited to share our new work with you, and we are so thankful for this opportunity!

Click here to learn more about this event and how to register!






BodyStories at the 2022 Brussels International DanceFilmFestival

In image: two women hold their hands near their faces. In image: two women cover their eyes with their hands.

Film edited by Kayla Thomas

BodyStories is thrilled to announce that our film, “march”, has been selected for this year’s International DanceFilmFestival Brussels L’Art Difficile de Filmer la Danse, taking place on September 27th, 2022. We are looking forward to showcasing our work to new audiences, and we are so thankful for this opportunity! To view the Brussels Festival Trailer, please use the link below!

Click here for the Brussels Festival Trailer!


Alpha Omega Presents Studio to Stage

BodyStories is performing in the August program of STUDIO TO STAGE!

This program hosts some very talented and creative dance companies and dancers and is a great way to share our work with the community.

BodyStories is performing our new work Crossing Through, with company dancer Sabrina Petrelli who will perform a solo.


August 19-21

Friday, August 19


Saturday, August 20


Sunday, August 21



Alpha Omega Studio Theater

70 East 4th Street, NYC

For more information on Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company and the STUDIO TO STAGE event, visit:

Dancing With Horses August 2022

Come participate in the Dancing with Horses Two-Day Workshop at Middlebrook Arts Research + Residence this summer!

BodyStories is working with the Equus Projects Artistic Director, JoAnna Mendl Shaw, and the Catskill equestrian, equine trainer, and musician, Dan McCarthy of Catskill Natural Horse.

The workshops will explore the interspecies dialogue between humans and equines. Dancing with Horses experiences the dialogue between humans and equines in a unique workshop that explores our capacity for physical listening and embodied decision-making. Physical Listening focuses on our sensory and physical intelligence and emphasizes exploration in relation to other sentient beings.

Workshop schedule:

August 11-13

The workshop includes:


-Opening night dinner

-Hands-on equine experiences

-In-depth studio investigations



Must reserve your place with a $50 deposit



 Middlebrook Arts Research + Residency Center

Jefferson, NY

A PCR test 3 days before arrival, a rapid test the day of, and COVID vaccination are required.

For more information to register contact or visit Shaw’s website

Summer Intensive 2022

The BodyStories Summer Intensive, July 25-July 29, aims to continue our mission of unleashing creativity and empowering our dancers. During this week-long intensive, dancers will take part in a variety of classes taught by Teresa Fellion, BodyStories company members, and guest artists. The daily schedule is as follows:

  • Technique – 11:30am-1:00pm
  • Improvisation & Composition – 1:30pm-3:30pm
  • Mentored Independent Dance Film Study
  • Diverse Range of Evening Activities Each Day

Our summer intensive is an affordable and accessible way to further your dance training and expand your creative practice. Prices vary based on participation type. See pricing below:

  • In-person, for the week: $225.00
  • Virtual, for the week: $150.00
  • Drop-in class fee: $17.00
  • Housing fee (if needed): $150.00

* Please do not hesitate to reach out for any financial assistance or scholarship needed. We are open to meeting all participants where they are financially.

Classes throughout the intensive will be leading up to an exciting dance film that all dancers will have the opportunity to contribute to and take part in ]both as a group and through individual mentorship. Other activities during the week include discussions, guest teachings, feedback sessions, outings, and more! Come join us at our beautiful Upstate NY location and connect with yourself and others while honing your dance skills and technique.

We will be offering in person as well as virtual participation and dancers may sign up for the full intensive, one class for the full week, select days, or single drop-in classes. In-person participants are required to show proof of vaccination. COVID policies are subject to change.

For more information or to register please reach out to

Dance Retreat at The Barn in New Canaan

BodyStories is participating in an all-day Dance Retreat at The Barn in New Canaan. This will be a full and inspiring day, starting at 9:30 am and ending with a brief performance and reception at 6:30 pm. There will be lots of social and downtime in between the energizing classes and creative time!  We can’t wait to create and teach a fun and engaging dance class for all levels and ages, and help encourage healthy and enjoyable movement! 

Date: July 20 from 9:30am-6:30pm

Event Location: 914 Valley Road, New Canaan, CT, 06840 

For more information visit the Marcia Brooks website at 

KoDaFe in NYC Arts Festival 2022

Come watch BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance perform at KoDaFe in NYC 2022! We will be re-exploring “Continually Healing” at the Festival Showcase on Sunday, July 10th.

“Continually Healing” premiered as a fuller-length work in April. This performance at KoDaFe includes a new cast member, new perspectives, and new sources of inquiry.  If you missed the premiere, this is a great opportunity to view this work. If you have watched “Continually Healing,” this is an exciting chance to see how it has evolved.

KoDaFe was launched by i KADA, a contemporary dance company headed by the Korean American Dance Association (KADA). KoDaFe’s focus on cultural exchange through audio, visual, and performance art forms provides dancers with unique opportunities to collaborate and exchange ideas with artists from different fields. BodyStories looks forward to presenting and experiencing our work through a different lens, and expanding our educational outreach!

To purchase tickets, visit here.
For more information on i KADA and KoDaFe, visit their website.

Dance Movement Workshop

BodyStories faculty will lead and teach some awesome dance sessions at Uptown Arts Stroll! BodyStories faculty members Sabrina Petrelli and Teresa Fellion will lead brief Latin Dance, Jazz, and Zumba dance sessions. We will be creating and teaching a fun and engaging dance class for all ages and all levels – kids through senior citizens. Everyone is welcome! This will encourage connection within the community and give a chance to move together in an enjoyable, fun, and healthy way.

Date: June 27 from 7 pm to 8 pm

Event Location: Dyckman St and Payson Av, Inwood, Manhattan 10034

Cost: Free

Sign-up is not necessary, please come as you are!

MAR+RC Spring Dance Class Series

This class series will get us back dancing in person and brush up on our foundations. This spring BodyStories will be hosting fun, open level, group classes for adults at Middlebrook Arts Research + Residency Center! We will be focusing on exciting movement, restrengthening, reinvigorating, and moving our bodies and will leave participants feeling rejuvenated and back in tune with themselves. Classes will begin on May 9 and go on throughout the month! It will be a “pay what you can”, sliding scale available, with a suggested donation of $12. It will be offered both in person and virtually at our MAR+RC site.

See our list of May classes below:

Monday May 9:

Monday May 16:
Swinging into Spring

Friday May 27:
Contemporary Guest Class with Melissa Riker

Monday May 30:
Modern in Motion

We can’t wait to move with you!

Registration is preferred in advance by messaging us on social media or emailing, or you can arrive 5-10 minutes early to fill out a quick registration sheet. Classes will be offered both hybrid and in person. Proof of full vaccination is also required upon attendance, and masks are welcomed but not required.

*In-person participants are required to show proof of vaccination. Masks are welcomed but not required with proof of vaccination.

DOT Car-Free Earth Day Event


BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance is so excited to participate in NYC DOT’s Car Free Earth Day event! We will be performing a selection from our newest work, Continually Healing. Continually Healing focuses on the mental distress cause as a result of the pandemic and social justice events of 2020/21.  This work aims to explore the frustration cause by the isolation and separation from loved ones, and intends to speak to traumas and healings experienced by a diverse range of individuals throughout the pandemic. Stories are extremely varied, yet our work seeks to uncover universal truths through a shared artistic experience. We will also be teaching a community dance workshop for all ages and levels. We will be focusing on exciting movement, restrengthening, reinvigorating, and moving our bodies. Participants will leave feeling rejuvenated and back in tune with themselves. This workshop will be a fun way for families and individuals to come together and dance, while celebrating our love for the environment. Join us for a fun, upbeat celebration in the streets!


Date + Time:

April 23, 2022

Full event: 11am-5pm with lots of other great performances and workshops happening throughout the day. Please see the link below for full schedule.

BodyStories Performance and Workshop: 3:45-4:45pm



Avenue B, East 6th St to East 14th St

New York, NY, 10009

BodyStories Performance and Workshop: Avenue B between E. 8th Street and E. 9th Street.


For more information, please visit:


Take Root 2021-2022 Season at Green Space

Dancer laying on back on picnic table, another dancer sitting on picnic table bench.

SAVE the DATE: Green Space presents BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance in Take Root. We will be presenting our new work, Continually Healing. This performance will be a fuller length work, which we have not done since late 2019! It’s been a very exciting process, and we’re looking forward to sharing it with you. Performance is IN PERSON, and we can’t wait to see you there! You won’t want to miss it

Dates: April 8-9, 2022

Location: 37-24 24th Street Suite 211 Long Island City, NY, 11101

Tickets: $17 Online, $20 at the door (extra $2 fee for Credit Card)

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit:

Image by Shige Moriya

January 2022, Winter Intensive

Welcome to BodyStories 2022 Interactive Virtual Winter Dance Intensive, January 19-21! A chance for movers of all forms, professional and pre-professional dancers to gain inventive dance and technique experience. With the restructuring of our Winter Intensive to a virtual format, we have also optimized our class schedule to ensure a highly interactive and fun experience! The BodyStories Winter Intensive continues our mission to unleash creativity and empowerment in dancers in the virtual world! Dancers will rediscover joy in movement through inspiring and challenging technique, composition, and improvisation classes each day. Throughout the intensive, they will develop a deeper understanding of the relationship between art and activism.

We have an awesome line-up of Guest Teachers with us next week: Teresa Fellion, JoAnna Mendl Shaw, Mei Yamanaka, Muriel Louveau, and Eddie Stockton!!! Join us for one or all of the amazing classes listed below:


Daily Schedule

Wednesday (January 19)

11:30 AM – 1 PM EST Contemporary Technique with Teresa Fellion

1:30 PM – 3:30 PM EST Composition with JoAnna Mendl Shaw

Thursday (January 20)

11:30 AM – 1 PM EST Improvisation with Mei Yamanaka

1:30 PM – 3:30 PM EST Composition with Teresa Fellion and Muriel Louveau

Fri-YAY! (January 21)

11:30 AM – 1 PM EST Jazz Technique with Eddie Stockton



Our price is $17 per class.

We are able to offer scholarships or discounts for anyone in need. 

Please email for questions and registration!

APAP 2022: Association of Performing Arts Professionals

Group of dancers pose around side of houseJoin us Wednesday, January 12, 2022 at 6 PM – 9 PM for our virtual showcase of our latest work at the APAP (Association for Performing Arts Professionals)! Here we will be presenting a video with highlights from our performances: Healing Currently Downloading, reeling->healing, HOME, and Mantises Are Flipping W.3! You won’t want to miss it! Make sure to tune in from 7 PM-7:15 PM EST to catch our full video! Email us at for complimentary access and the link. If you can’t make it on January 12, we can send you the available link for 6-8 weeks afterwards!


International Human Rights Art Festival

Join us on December 10th from 6:30 PM – 9 PM for our performance of Continually Healing (work in progress) at the International Human Rights Art Festival at the Wild Project Theater!

Ticket link:
Facebook Event Link:

Fall Further X: November 14th, 7pm!

We are super excited to announce that we will be performing at Dixon Place for the ASP Fall Performance, an event hosted by Pentacle on November 14th at 7 PM EST. Visit to get your ticket today!! All covid safety protocols must be followed and are listed within the link. See website for any additional details. For more information contact us at

Equus Projects workshop at the Middlebrook Arts Research + Residency Center

 We will work with Equus Projects Artistic Director, JoAnna Mendl Shaw ( in collaboration with the popular Catskill equestrian, equine trainer and musician, Dan McCarthy ( in two workshops. The workshops will explore the interspecies dialogue between humans and equines.

Workshop schedule:

Saturday, November 6th: 

Morning: workshop for equestrians – a session with equines that introduces movement explorations and improvisation techniques that Shaw uses to create performance works with horses.

Afternoon: studio session at Middlebrook, we deepen the embodied experience, exploring without horses.

The November 7th workshop is also for dancers who have always dreamed of dancing with a horse! Dancers audit the morning equine session and join equestrians in the studio Saturday afternoon.

Sunday, November 7th

Morning: workshop of equine experiences led by Shaw and McCarthy.

Afternoon: a studio session at Middlebrook where Shaw, joined by guest dance artist, Teresa Fellion ( will translate the morning paddock experiences into choreographic explorations.

We encourage auditors to come and observe both workshops!

Dancers and “non-dancers” of all ages, abilities, and interests are welcome! Your involvement with the horses can also easily be at your comfort level.


Friday, Nov 5: Communal Dinner and Dance/Music Improvisation Jam

Saturday, Nov 6: 9 am-5 pm Workshop with Equestrians

Sunday, Nov 7: 9 am-3 pm Workshop for Dancers


Single Day – $200

2-Days – $350

Residency Accommodations – $30/night

Auditing – $25/day

*Due to the ever changing nature of the Delta variant, we require for participants to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination and to test negative 48 hours in advance. Policies for this may be updated.

**Visit this The Equus Projects website for more information:

2021 Liberty Hall Dance Festival

We are thrilled to be performing in this beautiful location, in such a wonderful festival produced by Bugge Ballet. BodyStories will be performing twice on Saturday, September 25 between 1-4 PM EST
*rain date Sunday, September 26 from 1-4 PM EST
Liberty Hall Museum in Union, NJ.

LEIMAY Fellowship Performance “OUTSIGHT” in the East Village

Our Continually Healing series continues to develop! As part of our participation in the LEIMAY Fellowship, our live outdoor performance in East Village, New York, September 2nd will expand upon together/apart and Healing Currently Downloading. The performance will be titled “OUTSIGHT”. We can’t wait for you to see this! More information coming soon!

2021 Virtual + In-Person Summer Dance Intensive

This year our summer intensive is a hybrid of virtual and in-person!
We are looking forward to having Muriel Louveau, John Yannelli, and JoAnna Mendl Shaw, amongst others join us as guest artists for our upcoming summer intensive! During this intensive, dancers will rediscover joy in movement and develop a deeper understanding of the relationship between art and activism. Come dance with us this summer from your home or in-person and dive into the world of BodyStories!
*All in-person participants MUST be FULLY vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination.

2021 Virtual Intensive

Dates: July 12-16

Location: Zoom & Limited in-person

Classes Monday through Friday

Technique from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Improvisation/Composition from 1:30 PM to 3:30PM
Evening fun-tivities!
$150 In-Person
$120 Virtual
$17 Drop-In Virtual or in-person (please contact us 24 hrs in advance for in-person so we can plan accordingly)
$150 Housing Fee, if needed
*financial assistance available to those in need

Special events include (all special events are free with accepted donations, and have online and virtual participation available. For in-person, advance registration required):

  • Monday, 4:30-5:30pm EST: Guest Speakers Muriel Louveau, Mei Yamanaka, and Teresa Fellion discuss their dance films with collaborators, Q&A to follow.
  • Tuesday, 8:00-9:00pm EST: Late night improv jam, and participants can continue on as long as they like! Communal dinner is 5:30-7:30pm before the jam, if anyone would like to join for some dinner conversation and gathering!
  • Wednesday, 6:00-7:00pm EST: Movie Night – BodyStories work/dance film clips and discussion with John Yannelli and Teresa, participants can watch additional clips and movies as long as they like
  • Thursday, 7:00-8:00pm EST: Games night! Eg. Charades, or any other games you might have OR restorative yoga/self-care massage, and participants can continue on as long as they like!

Let’s dance together! We hope you are able to join us!

For registration and more information contact: 

BodyStories: Virtual Dance Experience Adult Spring Class Series 2021

Adult Technique Class:

Every Wednesday 6:00 pm-7:30 pm EST

Every Thursday 12:30pm-2:00pm EST

Adult Composition Class:

Bi-weekly Friday 1:30pm-3:30pm EST

Additional times available for both classes. Please inquire.

All classes begin the week of February 1st and will continue until May 28th. We welcome you to try both classes throughout the Spring. Students may sign up for the entire weekly series, one-month, or a single drop-in class. For the link and registration details, email us at

The suggested donation is $10-$15 for each class. Please do not hesitate to reach out for any financial assistance or scholarship needed. We are completely open to meeting participants where they are financially during this time. Everyone is welcome!

BodyStories: Virtual Dance Experience Youth Spring Class Series 2021

6-9 Year Olds Class:

Every Thursday 5:30 pm-6:30 pm EST

10-13 Year Olds Class:

Every Friday 3:30 pm-5:00 pm EST

Additional age groups, classes, and times available. Please see above flyer.

All classes begin the week of February 1st, and will continue until May 28th. Students may sign up for the entire weekly series, one-month, or a single drop-in class. For the link and registration details, email us at

The suggested donation is $10-$15 for each class. Please do not hesitate to reach out for any financial assistance or scholarship needed. We are completely open to meeting participants where they are financially during this time. Everyone is welcome!

Virtual Dance EXposure

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be showcasing work in the Virtual Dance EXposure by Leigh Valley Dance Exchange!

Films will be available for the general public to stream on the ArtsQuest event page for the entire duration of the April 23-25 weekend. LVDE and ArtsQuest will be co-hosting a live virtual premiere event on Friday, April 23, and Saturday, April 24 at 7:00 pm for the first and second halves of the program. During this 2-part event, the films will be streamed live for the community to watch the films and engage in virtual conversation with the artists and other viewers.

Register for this FREE virtual event by visiting the ArtsQuest website at

Stay Home Film Festival

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be performing in the Stay Home Film Festival!

The performance is completely virtual, and it will take place on Saturday, April 10th, 2021 at 8:00 pm EST. 

march, a collaboration with musical composer Muriel Louveau and dancers Mickayla Clune and Alexa Mamoulides, reflects on the internal monologues and poetic forms that our unshared personal thoughts can often take. The thoughts expressed in this piece come from challenges faced in the pandemic of how to cope and belong to a world, with a particular focus on the lost feeling that many people who graduated college in 2020 faced.

The festival will be open to the public and streamed on Youtube. The festival is pay-what-you-can, with a suggested donation of $15. All the earned funding is re-distributed back to the artists.

Link to the festival:

Movement Research Open Performance

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be performing in Movement Research’s Open Performance Spring 2021 virtual season!

The performance is completely virtual, and it will take place on Tuesday March 23rd, 2021 from 7:00-8:00pm EST. 

Open Performance is a program for showing work-in-process and is designed to support experimentation for artists at all stages of their development. Each event is centered around showing and discussing the artist’s work with a discussion moderated by a Movement Research Artist-in-Residence.

Attendees will be invited to participate in this event’s moderated discussion.

Please RSVP to to join us for this event!

Essence of Embodiment Festival

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be participating in the Essence of Embodiment Festival!

Presented by SMUSH Gallery, the Essence of Embodiment Festival will offer a combination of film premieres, interactive live-streamed work, and talks by established and emerging filmmakers and choreographers, and print publications. EOEFF is completely virtual and donation-based. We hope you’ll enjoy this opportunity to connect and build support around moving through obstacles and realizing your power.

Date: March 18th & 21st, 2021

BodyStories will be participating through film, workshops, and discussions:

3/18  – Film- Healing Currently Downloading

3/19 ( 7 PM EST)- Talkback – Engage the body in healing: Exploring nature, spatial awareness, and reconnecting with ourselves

3/20 (4:30-5:30 PM EST) – Workshop- Moving Your Story

To register visit

Mark DeGarmo Dance’s Virtual International Arts (VIA) Festival

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be performing with this year’s MDD’s Virtual International Arts (VIA) Festival!

We are so grateful to Mark DeGarmo Dance for recognizing the continued impact of COVID-19 on global artists. We thank them for their commitment to offering opportunities for artists to share and develop work in a way that responds to our current circumstances. Through virtual programming and online events, MDD connects the embodied imaginations of the international arts and scholar community.

Join us on March 18th, 7:00 pm EST on Zoom for a shared virtual program featuring BodyStories!

*Zoom Link will be sent to attendees at 4PM ET the day of the performance. If a donation is made after that time, the MDD staff will send the link via email as soon as possible.

Facebook Event:

Tickets Available by Donation:


ARTS ALIVE Performance

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be performing in Arts on Site’s Arts Alive Performance series!

Arts On Site is presenting a low risk indoor live performance series. ARTS ALIVE features a series of dance theatre and music works, and we are thankful to be included in the series with other inspiring artists.

This performance series has been created to adhere to current COVID-19 restrictions. Each performance is located in a large open studio with proper ventilation and there’s a maximum of 16 guests per performance to allow for social distancing.

Date: February 26th & 27th, 2021

Times: 6:30 & 8:30 PM EST (Both nights)

Location: 12 Street Marks Place, New York, NY 10003

To purchase tickets:

APAP Conference with Pentacle

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be performing at this year’s APAP Conference with Pentacle!

The performance is completely virtual, from 6-9pm EST and our BodyStories showing will be from 7:20-7:35pm EST! We will be sharing excerpts from our works Healing Currently Downloading (a dance film in progress), Inwood Erases Hate with Love (an outdoor community engagement performance event developed from reeling → healing), and rose walk green ice (a proscenium production with audience engagement)!

We are so grateful to be able to participate virtually this year amongst these inspiring artists with Pentacle. The performance will also be available for viewing January 11th – February 7th, 2021.

This night of inspiring performances will also include work from: Neville Dance Theatre Catherine Gallant/DANCE Ariel Rivka Dance Jodie Randolph Dance 277 Dance Project Cynthia Berkshire BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance Paper Doll Militia The Chase Brock Experience slowdanger Claire Porter / PORTABLES CONTINUUM Contemporary/Ballet

Register today at or email It’s not too late!

7MPR Fourth Midnight Virtual Performance

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be participating in this January’s 7MPR Fourth Midnight Virtual Performance!

The performance is completely virtual and will take place on January 23, 2021, at 8 pm EST! We will be premiering a special project with composer Muriel Louveau that combines music, poetry, and movement, featuring dancers Mickayla Clune and Alexa Mamoulides.

7Midnights Physical Research is dedicated to the exploration of 7 social issues: Class, Education, Ability, Sexuality, Race, Age, Gender. Each of the Midnight series will cover two or more than three topics of these social issues through dance and music. Artists’ works will express one or more themes of the seven social issues aligning with their thinking of dance/music and society.

Access the performance at

BodyStories Virtual Winter Intensive


Join us in welcoming the New Year by strengthening our bodies and re-centering our minds! Together we will hone in on our technique, composition and improvisation skills by partnering movement, music, and text, in addition to investigating the relationship between dance and social justice. This Winter Intensive will further BodyStories’ Mission of unleashing creativity and empowerment in dancers and developing a deeper understanding of the relationship between art and activism. You won’t want to miss out on this opportunity! Exploring dance virtually has allowed us the opportunity to grow as creators, movers and artists; dancing within our confines, adapting to our environments, and broadening our minds.

INTENSIVE DATES: Jan 11th – Jan15 th

Zoom Class Schedule:

12:30-2:00 pm EST for Technique

3:00-5:00 pm EST for Improvisation & Composition

With accompanying performance opportunity

You won’t want to miss out on this special intensive opportunity! Pre-register TODAY! Contact for more information & to reserve a spot before it is filled!

Pentacle DanceWorks: Fall Further IX

On Friday, November 20th at 7:00pm EST, Pentacle (DanceWorks, Inc.) will be holding a digital screening of dance films and performances! BodyStories will premier a special cut of our 2017 performance, rose walk green ice, in Chicago! 

To purchase tickets please visit this link. You will have the option of donating $5, $10, or $15 (sliding scale or pay what you can)!

Stick around for a live post-show discussion moderated by choreographer & filmmaker Marta Renzi!

See you there!

7Midnights Physical Research Dance Theater Virtual Performance

We are thrilled to announce that 7Midnights Physical Research Dance Theater will be sharing a portion of our Choreography + Composition Series on October 30th, 2020!
This project is part of 7MPR’s creative initiative to celebrate the innovative bodies of work created in quarantine. All of the amazing music featured in our performance is by John Yannelli. Stay tuned for more updates about this performance!

For more information on 7MPR visit  

Mark DeGarmo Dance: Virtual International Arts (VIA) Festival for Social Change

BodyStories’ work will be presented as part of Mark DeGarmo Dance’s Virtual International Arts (VIA) Festival for Social Change! The VIA festival takes place from October 27-29, 2020 at 7PM EST on Zoom. The VIA Festival for Social Change includes 138 artists and scholars from 18 countries showcasing artist-scholar works. The festival aims to captivate an audience that believes in the arts, and foster a sense of artistic and creative community during these socially distant and communally disperse times.
Our work will be shown on Thursday, October 29th!
Our performers include Teresa Fellion, Serena Chang, Kate Bishop, Xenia Mansour, and Nicole Kadar.

Donate to Register:



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1 donation = 1 ticket for 1 evening. When making a donation, please indicate which night you plan to attend. If you’d like to attend more than one night, please make a separate donation.

*Zoom Link will be sent to attendees at 5PM Eastern Time the night of the performance. If a donation is made after that time, the MDD staff will send the link via email as soon as possible.

For more information on the VIA Festival please visit

LEIMAY Fellowship Virtual Performance

We are very excited to announce that as part of the LEIMAY Arts in the Community Garden Commissioning Fellowship Program, we will be premiering a new dance film on October 22nd, 2020 of our work in progress! This work in progress has its roots in the foundational work reeling→healing, which investigates the frustration and helplessness occurring as a result of misled policies and hatred infecting our country today. This work in progress, Healing Currently Downloading, will act as a brand new sequel or second chapter to reeling. While reeling sought to capture the frustration and raw emotion of today’s world, this piece yearns for a resolution to these emotions through purposeful motion, emotion, and action. With dramatic shifts in attitude and form, this work offers audience members a chance to question whether its open-ended conclusion will permit a resolution to the frustration.
Teresa’s work breeds tension below the surface, then propels forward. Instead of focusing on raw emotion, however, we want to search for a solution, or at the very least, a resolution, to our frustration remembering that action and mobilization are instrumental. She began the creative process by designing a work to be performed in the Dorothy Strelsin Memorial Community Garden (LES). We are inspired by the profound impact that this garden has on community-building and encouraging shared space, and plan to continue drawing on these principles as she creates movement patterns and interactions for the dancers. We believe there is no better time than now to create this work. This subject matter, although emotionally heavy, must be experienced and contemplated by anyone affected by today’s political climate. reeling→healing’s ability to connect with audience members has been proven, with audience members commenting on how well the piece provokes thought, inspires, and brings communities together with diverse audiences, and our new work will be following a new parallel path with audiences. Since we are currently creating virtually, this in process showing will be sharing movements that we are developing to later perform in the park in this project. There will be a live Q&A with the artists afterwards.
Stay tuned on our events page and social media for more announcements about this very special virtual performance. 


For more information on CAVE/LEIMAY visit
Click on to learn more about the LEIMAY 2020 fellows! 


Photo by Kyle Froman

Ongoing Youth Classes

BodyStories is overjoyed to offer classes for mixed level juniors ages 4 and up!
 We’ll explore different kinds of techniques and styles including contemporary, hip-hop, jazz, tap, ballet, modern, Central and West African, salsa, swing, folk dance, and musical theater, as well as expose children to movements from our own repertory.
Drop-ins are available!
Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 12 pm EST
$150 ~ Full Week
$15 ~ Drop-in classes
$75 ~ One Class for Full Week
Please do not hesitate to reach out if you are in need of financial assistance or a scholarship. BodyStories is happy to accommodate all financial difficulties during this challenging time.
 All classes will take place on Zoom. The Zoom link for class will be sent once the payment is confirmed.
For more info contact:

Youth Dance Intensive

BodyStories is thrilled to offer summer classes for mixed level juniors ages 4 and up! Pulling from our Dance Curriculum, we’ll explore different kinds of techniques and styles including contemporary, hip-hop, jazz, tap, ballet, modern, Central and West African, salsa, swing, and musical theater, as well as expose children to movements from our own repertory. All of this will create a foundation for dance from which students can learn how to create their own movements. In addition to dance instruction, students will also have fun using online platforms such as TikTok, iMovie, Zoom, and Triller to create their own dance music videos and films.

Classes are from 12-4PM EST. We will start each one with a fun yoga flow and dance warm-up to get kids energized. We’ll then have a technical skills dance class, followed by a lunch break. We come back to learn and create some choreography, and end the day taking what we’ve learned and making a dance music video based off of it!

Students can drop-in to take whichever classes they want during each day, with the exception that choreography classes require a full week commitment.

$150 ~ Full Week
$15 ~ Drop-in classes
$75 ~ One Class for Full Week
Please do not hesitate to reach out for any financial assistance or scholarship needed. BodyStories is happy to accommodate all financial difficulties during this challenging time.
All classes will take place on Zoom. The Zoom link for class will be sent out once registration is confirmed.
To register and for more info contact:

The Virtual Dance Experience Summer Intensive

An intensive for pre-professional and professional dancers (ages 17+). The BodyStories Summer Intensive continues our mission to unleash creativity and empowerment in dancers, now in the virtual world! Dancers will rediscover joy in movement, break through self-imposed mental barriers, find the humor in the body, and develop a deeper understanding of the relationship between art and activism.

Classes will be held from 12-5PM EST each day. Every day will start with a group check-in, to see where we’re at emotionally, physically, and mentally for the day, followed by a yoga flow and dance warm-up. We will have a technique class to refresh our foundations in dance and challenge ourselves with new approaches to movement, and then break at noon for an hour long lunch. We come back for an improvisation and choreography class in the afternoon which is led by Teresa Fellion for movement and writing, Cecly Placenti will join us for some of our writing portions as well, and John Yannelli and Muriel Louveau will join us for musical collaborations. In these classes, we will also discuss the current social climate and reflect on work that needs to be done to reshape and move forward. Participants will journal thoughts and abstract ideas from what they’ve written as inspiration for movement. Together, we will discover the physical language for deeper emotions from these writings, and they will be partnered with music explorations. Each day ends with some breathing and stretching exercises and group reflection to cool down, digesting of the day and looking forward to the next one.

Students can drop-in to take whichever classes they want during each day, with the exception that choreography and improvisation classes require a full week commitment.

$150 ~ Full Week
$15 ~ Drop-in classes
$75 ~ One Class for Full Week
Please do not hesitate to reach out for any financial assistance or scholarship needed. BodyStories is happy to accommodate all financial difficulties during this challenging time.
 All classes will take place on Zoom. The Zoom link for class will be sent out once registration is confirmed.
To register and for more info contact:

CPR-Center for Performance Research- POSTPONED

The premiere of our work Healing Currently Downloading at the Center for Performance Research (CPR) in Brooklyn is postponed until further notice.

This event will also feature new works by guest choreographers from the extended BodyStories family including Xenia Mansour and Serena Chang, Charly Wenzel, and LeAnn Yannelli.

This season, we look forward to the premiere of our work Healing Currently Downloading, which is the next step in our performance series that began with reeling –> healing.

Please stay tuned for updates about when this performance will be held!


Photo by Kyle Froman


Finch Lane Gallery Flash Project and Panel Discussion

We are thrilled to announce that we will be participating in the Finch Lane Gallery Flash Project organized by Queer Spectra.

The goal of Finch Lane Flash Projects is to supplement resources for emerging to established individuals and groups by providing professional opportunities for those working in various arts and cultural practices. As a non-commercial space, Finch Lane Gallery is able to support a range of projects, artworks, and events to re-imagine the use of the Finch Lane Gallery spaces and to further community engagement in the arts by providing space, visibility, and an audience to share new works with.

We will be showing our work “reeling –> healing” on June 11 @ 4PM EST during the performance aspect of the event.

On June 12 @ 4PM EST, Teresa will be taking part in “The Risk of Representation” panel discussion.

Click here for more info.

Please join us during this hectic time to enjoy some virtual dancing and creativity!

Virtual Performances

We miss being able to dance and perform live on the stage, but we are excited and grateful to navigate new performance avenues! While we are in quarantine, here is where you can see us and keep up with our performances:


Homegrown Virtual Dance Festival – TONIGHT! 

We will be featured on Instagram (IGTV)  @homegrown.choreographers

May 20 between 7-8 PM Est.

And you can also watch afterwards on IGTV.

2020 Virtual NEWGrounds by Moving Current Dance Collective

Available  now!

Audience members can pair the dance with any of the music selections. Click on to play!



June 5 at 8 PM

Join Zoom Meeting: 

Meeting ID: 844 5158 7807
Password: 961252

You can also find it on our facebook event, FB link is here:


Please feel free to share our events with your friends. Thank you very much and we hope you enjoy!

Photo by Kyunguk Kim


APAP Showcase


We will be performing at the annual APAP Showcase January 11th! Our performances will take place between 7:05pm – 7:15pm and 7:45pm-7:55pm in Studio 4 at NY City Center with Pentacle Arts. Many other acts will be there as well, so come enjoy a night of art!


Steffi Nossen Dance Foundation Performance


We are excited to be a part of Steffi Nossen Dance Foundation’s upcoming event on November 24th! They will be presenting a Choreography showcase involving numerous diverse and exciting dance companies. It will take place at Emelin Theatre in Mamoroneck NY at 4PM. Here is the link for tickets! 

Inwood Erases Hate with Love- Summer Workshops!

Join us for exciting movement workshops with BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance this summer! Great music, a fun way to move your body & exercise, and a way to express your culture through dance. We will be transforming personal histories into performance! We’ve partnered up with some great companies to host these workshops and it’s bound to be a lot of fun! All participants are welcome to take part in our BodyStories performance October 4th @5pm at Linden Terrace in Fort Tryon Park as well! Free to the public and all are welcome!


YWHA in Inwood

8/26 1:15 – 2:45pm

9/26 1:15 – 2:45pm

Preview performance: 10/3  1:15 – 2:45pm

Bread and Yoga 

Adult workshops at Bread and Yoga Inwood studio:

9/14 2:00 – 3:30pm

9/21 2:00 – 3:30pm

Family workshops at Indian Road Lawn

8/21 6:15 – 7:15pm

8/28 6:15 – 7:15pm

Uptown Ballet Academy 

10/2 6:00- 7:00pm

Final Performance 

October 4th 5:00pm

Linden Terrace, Fort Tryon Park

All workshop participants welcome to take part!



Inwood Erases Hate with Love

Inwood Erases Hate with Love: A Dance, Music, and Visual Celebration of our Immigrant Communities is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by LMCC.
LMCC empowers artists by providing them with networks, resources, and support, to create vibrant, sustainable communities in Manhattan and beyond.
 October 4, 2019 at 5pm
Linden Terrace in Fort Tyron park
The LMCC provides support for artist projects in Manhattan with funding from New York State and City agencies. “Inwood Erases Hate with Love: A Dance, Music, and Visual Celebration of our Immigrant Communities” is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by LMCC. We are excited to bring this project to NYC audiences on October 4th! Read more about the event here.

Kickstarter Campaign Launch!

Our Kickstarter campaign for Inwood Erases Hate with Love is live! This campaign supports our community-wide dance and celebration event this October 4th. We are grateful for the help from Lower Manhattan Cultural Council for the event, however, we need your help to make it as impactful as possible!

Any donation is welcome. Whether small or big, it goes towards an important cause. Your money helps an art-based performance use activism in our grassroots community to fight social injustice. We hope this events uplifts, inspires and brings together the local community.

Our campaign has only begun, but Kickstarter has already recognized the project as a “Project We Love”. So thankful for the love we are receiving!

Click here to view our Kickstarter page!


Bodystories at the Ross Summer Program

As one part of our summer plans, we will be returning to the Ross School Summer Dance Program as the company in residence for our sixth summer, and teaching dance to the wonderful dance participants!


July 15-August 9


The Ross School, East Hampton, NY

Summer Streets Festival with NYC DOT

We have the pleasure to be performing in this year’s Summer Streets Dance Festival hosted by the NYC Department of Transportation (@NYCDOT)! Summer Streets is an annual celebration of New York City’s most valuable public space—our streets. Summer Streets provides space for healthy recreation and encourages New Yorkers to use more sustainable forms of transportation. We will be performing some beautiful excerpts from our piece’s “Home” and “Reeling –> Healing”. We are so excited to be performing along side other amazing companies including Heidi Latsky, Gleich Dances, Buglisi Dance, Ariel Rivka Dance, Jody Oberfelder, Ballets with a Twist, Accent Dance, Calpulli Dance and Michiyaya Dance.


Saturday, August 3rd 9:00am


Astor Place rest stop between Broadway and Lafayette

KoDaFe in NYC!

KoDaFe in NYC is an international dance festival held by i KADA Contemporary Dance Company. KoDaFe in NYC has grown into a four day dance festival bringing together artists from diverse backgrounds. This year, Bodystories will be joining!


June 25th at 8pm


Ailey Citigroup Theater


Facebook Event

Newburgh Illuminated Festival

The 2019 Newburgh Illuminated Festival (voted “Best Festival in the Hudson Valley”) is a highly attended community event in Newburgh, NY just 60-miles North of NYC, accessible by the Metro North Line. Find more information on the Newburgh Illuminated Festival’s Website!


June 1st at 4pm


Newburgh, NY

Queer Spectra

Queer Spectra is having it’s Inaugural festival! This year the festival’s theme is “BE/LONGING” and we couldn’t be happier to be showing our dance film, Stone Forest,  alongside other beautiful artists! This year is the inaugural festival presented by MotionVivid™ and tackles questions like: What does it mean to belong? How/why is queer belonging different than heteronormative belonging, if it is different at all? Do you feel like you belong?


May 25th from 1pm to 10pm


Commonwealth Studios

150 W. Commonwealth Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah 84115.

CREST Festival Performance

BodyStories will be performing an excerpt of “reeling → healing,” at the inaugural CREST Festival on Thursday, May 9th! CREST is hosted by ChristinaNoel & The Creature, a Brooklyn-based dance company that produces immersive performance pieces derived from human connections and encounters. The festival will be held at Teatro LATEA in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. To find out more info, please visit their Facebook Event and buy tickets here.


May 9th AT 8pm


Teatro LATEA

Marigny Opera Ballet – Book of Saints

Book of Saints, choreographed by Teresa Fellion, returns to the Marigny Opera House after its sensational premiere in October 2017. Check out the event page here.
March 21st at 8pm
March 22nd at 9pm
March 23rd at 9pm
March 24th at 8pm
725 St Ferdinand St
New Orleans, LA 70117
The two-act ballet is an illumination of the lives of three beloved saints: Teresa of Avila, Sebastian Martyr and Francis of Assisi. The original orchestra score and the chorus, composed by New Orleans-based Tucker Fuller, merited a Gambit award. Book of Saints is also accompanied live by the New Resonance Chamber Orchestra and Krewe de Voix Chamber Choir with the stellar dancers of Marigny Opera Ballet.
Teresa will be returning to New Orleans this March for final rehearsals and tech for this show at MOB. The full-length choreography for Book of Saints, commissioned by Marigny Opera Contemporary Ballet, won the Best of New Orleans 2018 Gambit Award for Best Dance Presentation for this original work.

Teresa will also be teaching company classes at Marigny Opera Ballet and at schools in and near New Orleans throughout the month of March. We hope to see some of you there! Classes will be taught at University of Southern Mississippi, Live Oak Academy, and others to be announced soon!
Company Classes at the Marigny Opera Ballet will take place between March 15- March 24
Teresa will be teaching  under a Residency at the University of Southern Mississippi on March 26
Classes at the Live Oak Academy on March 16 and March 23


Keep an eye out for Upcoming Events Posting Soon!

APAP at Peridance

Peridance Capezio Center is proud to present 20 innovative dance companies during the 2019 Association of Performing Arts Professionals Conference week, at the Salvatore Capezio Theater. In two programs Peridance features companies from: Sweden, Canada, Israel, Chicago, Los Angeles, and more.


When: Saturday, January 5th 8:30pm & Sunday, January 6th 4:30pm

Where: Salvatore Capezio Theater at Peridance

Ticketing Information: Click here

Teresa Fellion Dance Flyer

Triskelion Arts Presents: BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance 2018


This Fall, BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be presenting an evening of repertory at Triskelion Arts, including a 2018 world premiere!



Thursday, Nov 29th 8pm
Friday, Nov 30th 8pm
Saturday, Dec 1st 8pm
The Muriel Schulman Theatre at Triskelion  Arts
106 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
Performance information: Click here
Ticketing information: Click here


This performance will feature the NYC premiere of the beloved Bodystories piece The Warm-Up as well as the world premiere of reeling→ healing. The Warm-Up (originally performed at Southampton Arts Center with support from NY Community Trust) explores the role of dance as both exercise and art and showcases original music by John Yannelli and Glenn Alexander. reeling → healing is a new piece investigating the frustration and helplessness that can occur as a result of the constant barrage of misled policies and hatred infecting our country. Original music by Kevin Keller and costumes by Nina Katan add to the sense of urgency and need for community, working in tandem with the choreography to immerse the audience in a fully-formed world. As an intimate community, the performers and audience find a way to connect via “The Emotional Architecture of a Bridge,” an original concept drawn and created by Teresa Fellion that involves audience interaction.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Invited Rehearsal

Thursday, October 18, 2018, at The Ailey Studios, Studio 6B (405 W 55th St).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Join BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance for an exclusive look into one of our rehearsals, followed by a short reception!


RSVP suggested, but not required. Please email to reserve your spot at this exciting event!


7:30 pm: meet-and-greet

7:45 pm: rehearsal and discussion of upcoming works

8:30: reception, refreshments, conversation, and social dancing!

Check out our official event page here!

Event at Five Myles Gallery

Sound and Movement Installation
Five Myles Gallery
558 St Johns Place Brooklyn, NY 11238

Saturday, June 23, with 20-minute performances at 3pm, 4pm, and 5pm.  French composer vocalist Muriel Louveau presents Vocals in the Dark, a multi layered vocal & sound piece and performance that combines words and singing in foreign languages. This project was inspired by poems of the American artist Elizabeth Hayes Christopher. This meditative and immersive artistic experience is set in darkness and transports the visitor to foreign territories. Muriel will be singing live and will be joined by BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance who will respond to Muriel’s vocals within the specific environment.

BodyStories’ Chicago Tour

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be performing with Winifred Haun and Dancers at Hamlin Park Theater.

May 3-5, 2018

Chicago, IL

NYC Auditions

Audition 22

Calling out to the dancers of NYC and beyond! An opportunity for you to be a part of our family. We are having an open rehearsal and audition for exciting upcoming projects.
Date: Monday, March 26th, between the hours of 2-5pm, with potential call back/workshop Friday, March 30 between the hours of 2-5pm.
We are looking for dancers for projects in NYC and touring for our 2018-19 season. (This workshop-style audition is by invitation only.) Please submit your resume, video if available, and photo via email to with the subject: Audition 2018. Submission deadline: March 22.

Residency at Wilson College, PA

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be in residence at Wilson College’s Dance Department in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.

February 19-24, 2018



BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be performing a selected excerpt of rose walk green ice at APAP 2018. APAP|NYC is the world’s premier gathering of the performing arts presenting industry and the annual members conference of APAP, the Association of Performing Arts Professionals. Come join us for 5+ days of professional development, showcases, unmatched networking and the world’s largest performing arts marketplace.

January 14th, 2018


New York City Center, Studio 4

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Danspace Project

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance is premiering rose walk green ice at Danspace Project, located at St. Mark’s Church in-the-Bowery. rose walk green ice culminates a trilogy that began with HOME and Agawam.

December 7-9, 2017: SAVE THE DATE
Our NYC Season at Danspace Project!

Please mark your calendars for the largest production BodyStories has presented since two years ago at Danspace Project, reviewed here by the New York Times.

For ticket information, please visit

*rose walk green ice is premiering as part of Danspace Project’s Community ACCESS series.

BodyStories Benefit PARTY!

BodyStories Season Launch Party and Benefit!


Join us for an evening filled with wonderful food, performances by the company, live music and a performance from DJ+ Entertainment, as well as a silent auction! Come to fill the room with appreciation and celebration for the arts!

When: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13th 6:30-9PM

Where: Arts On Site

12 St. Marks Place, New York NY, 10003

Click HERE for event updates, and HERE for ticket information! You can also purchase tickets at the door with cash or card! For artists and students, there are discounted rates of $5, $10, and $15 either online with the code “dance,” or at the door as well. This entry gives access to the event and to an affordable cash bar! All Benefit ticket and auction purchases are tax deducatble.

As well as being a fun and fabulous event, a percentage of our proceeds will be donated to the victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico to help a community in need.


Premiering: The Book of Saints

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance is premiering The Book of Saints for the Marigny Opera Contemporary Ballet in New Orleans.

Premiering October 6-8, 2017 at the Marigny Opera House.

Click HERE for more information.

Open For Dancing (O4D) Island Moving Company Performance

Island Moving Company presents the seventh annual Open for Dancing Festival, for which Teresa has been commissioned to create a site specific work. She looks forward to working alongside dancers and community members in Newport, RI.

September 23-24, 2017 at Ballard Park in Newport, R

Click HERE for more information!

Performances in Southampton, New York

When: Saturday, August 5 | 6:30 PM | $10
Where: Southampton Arts Center, 25 Jobs Ln, Southampton, NY 11968
There is also an outdoor dance improvisation at 5pm!


 When Again: Sunday, August 6 | 4:00 PM | $10
Where Again: Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY
You can find ticket info for the event, along with more information at the Southampton Cultural Center and Southampton Arts Center
 You can follow updates on the days at our Events page.


The Warm-Up is a satirically active, fun, and thought-provoking piece that investigates the intersection of dance and exercise. Agawam, where connectivity, fast footwork, and complex partnering examine sensibilities behind work ethic and familial bonds of post-depression-era, working-class Italian-American immigrant families. Translation of some ethos, social practices, memories, and energetic currents into movement asks, “How do ‘borrowed’ threads of cultural crossover move us? HOME draws upon ritualistic process to elucidate one’s search for home via encounters, communication, and understanding of oneself and others. Through movement ranging between off-centered to centered, syncopated to calm, the audience follows this stormed, yet intriguing journey that many undertake in creating a home for themselves.


In conjunction with these performances, Southampton Arts Center will be offering a DANCE CAMP with BodyStories.
Tuesday to Thursday, August 1-3 | 10 AM to 1 PM | Ages 7-14
Contact Southampton Arts Center for pricing info.

BodyStories performs at the Bay Street Theater Gala

On July 15th, BodyStories will be joining a bevy of talented performers and art curators at Bay Street Theater’s Gala with a night of performances, a live “Fantasy Auction,” cocktails, and dinner for their annual fundraising Gala.  They will be honoring Broadway director Michael Wilson as well as Richard Kind and Ashlie Atkinson, premiere star of The Forgotten Woman

Along with the night’s festivities, we will be performing a selection of performances during the gala for guests and donors, including arrangements from one of BodyStories most popular pieces, Mantises Are Flipping W.3.


July 15, 2017
Long Wharf, SAG Harbor
Baystreet Theater

Pentacle Presents: The Gallery: Boston

Pentacle Presents: The Gallery: Boston

Pentacle, the artist services agency based in New York City, returns for the third year with a program of performances by its Gallery artists including Alma Dance Theatre from Miami, Dorcas Roman Dance Theatre from Los Angeles, The Moving Architects – formerly from Chicago now in the metropolitan New York area, Danse4Nia Repertory Ensemble from Philadelphia, and Janis Brenner & Dancers, Body Stories: Teresa Fellion Dance and Dante Brown/Warehouse Dance, all based in New York City.

Activities will include the performances and an artist symposium at 3:00PM Saturday afternoon (free) hosted by Peter DiMuro, Executive Director of The Dance Complex. Join us before the performance for an informal showing of work!

Friday, April 21 at 8pm
Saturday April 22 at 8pm
Julie Ince Theatre at The Dance Complex, Cambridge, MA
536 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139
Performance and Ticketing Info:

*NOTE: Pre-purchased tickets will be held up until 15 minutes before the start of the performance. After this point, seats may be released

Triskelion Arts Presents BodyStories NY Season

SAVE THE DATE for the premiere of our newest work,  Agawam

Through deep senses of connection, fast footwork, and complex partnering sequences, Agawam 
examines sensibilities behind the work ethic and familial bonds of post-depression era working class American families. While researching Springfield, Massachusetts and Morrisania, Bronx during this time period, we translated some of the ethos, social practices, and energetic currents we discovered into movement. From music to clothing, to the naming of towns and sports teams, how do the “borrowed” threads of cultural crossover move us?
Saturday, March 11 at 8pm
Sunday March 12 at 4&8pm
The Muriel Schulman Theatre at Triskelion  Arts
106 Calyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
Performance and Ticketing Info:
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council

APAP Showing of HOME with Pentacle Arts

APAP Showing with Pentacle Gallery: 
January 8, 2017, NY City Center Studio 5
Presenters and press, please email for your complimentary tickets.
Artists are available to meet afterwards to discuss the performance and its accompanying workshops.
Choreography by Teresa Fellion, in collaboration with the company
Dance Artists: Maria Gardner, Jessica Stroh, and Ashley Zimmerman
Live Music Performed and Created by: John Yannelli Trilogy, featuring Dominick Boyle and Emily Cardwell
Costuming by Nina Katan
Set Design by Robert Gould and Teresa Fellion
Lighting Design by Timothy Cryan

Seeking Marketing & Development Interns for BodyStories Spring 2017!


BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance is an NYC-based non-profit contemporary dance company, officially formed in 2011, and active with individual projects since 2004. We create original dance works in collaboration with composers and artists of all disciplines, and have performed across the continental United States, Cameroon, and in Europe. We work very closely with our Musical Director, John Yannelli, to make each BodyStories performance a unique sensory experience, upholding our mission to create profound emotional responses for our audiences. In addition to creating and performing innovative works, our company is committed to connecting with diverse populations through dance education and maintaining a stable business model to sustain our work. We collectively speak nine languages and research, perform, and collaborate with artists from five continents.


BodyStories is hiring interns for the Spring semester! We are seeking applicants who are detail-oriented and self-motivated. Interest in dance and the performing arts is essential! Previous arts administration experience preferred. In addition to the following areas of focus, interns will perform general operational tasks and take on other exciting projects involved in several aspects of our BodyStories 2016 Spring Season and Premiere.


Manage company social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, LinkedIn)

Photo/video editing

Work with artistic director to develop and execute marketing campaigns in relation to company events and projects

Work with company manager and development team to design and implement fundraising campaigns

Newsletter and correspondence design

Design of print and online marketing materials

Experience with Photoshop and Illustrator is desired


Monthly newsletter and communications

Content development

Work with company manager to plan and coordinate donor cultivation events

Research and apply for residencies and performance opportunities

Research touring locations and venues

Touring correspondence assistance

Grant application assistance

Corporate sponsorship assistance


Please submit a resume and cover letter to Lily Altreuter at

Positions begin in January. Interns receive a stipend for the semester and are eligible for course credit. Interns are encouraged to attend free company class and are welcome to observe rehearsals.

BodyStories Trivia Night December 2016

BodyStories Trivia Night
December 12th 2628 Broadway, 6:30-9:30PM!


What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen sparrow? swallow? you ask…… Join us at Trivia Night and find out!

The exquisite “Lounge Room” within 2628 Broadway building NYC, between 99th & 100th Street. This venue feels as if you walked onto the movie set of Clue! Quel mystère!

Join us for a social after-work evening of trivia, billiards, games, piano-playing, dancing, drinks, and delicious bites!

Monday, December 12, 2016 from 6:30-9:30pm
Come and go as you wish!

Come for FREE and enjoy our cash/credit bar,
or donate cash/credit at the door, and enjoy included drinks & food all evening!

$50 Miss Scarlet
$35 Colonel Mustard
$25 Professor Plum

Dress casual, in work clothes, or as your favorite Clue character, up to you!
Exercise, nourish, and libate your brain and body! Be merry and swap wits with us as we welcome our coming season!

Please RSVP to by Saturday, 12/10/16 as much as possible. Can’t wait to welcome all of our guests. ☺

Chicago Tour

November 6-12, 2016

Chicago, IL

Join us for a week of workshops and performance opportunities presented by The Space Movement Project on November 7th-13th. Daily technique class and composition work will take place Monday through Friday with a culminating performance alongside BodyStories on Saturday, November 12th and Sunday, November 13th at 4PM. Participants who attend at least three days of workshops will be invited to participate in the weekend performances. Details and registration here.

Teresa Fellion will be performing new work in Winifred Haun & Dancers‘ Open Series on November 6th, 4:30 pm.


REVERBdance Festival


Friday, November 4 at 8pm

Sunday, November 6 at 3pm

Baruch Performing Arts Center
BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be performing an excerpt of HOME at REVERBdance Festival!
Event details here, tickets available here.


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Dance Wave Demitasse Cafe Showing

August 24, 2016

Old First Church, 2nd Floor
729 Carroll Street on the corner of Seventh Ave and Carroll
Brooklyn, NY

Great Friends Dance Festival

Performances of HOME
July 14-17

Newport, Rhode Island

Composition and Performance Workshops

July 6-7 at 4-6pm
Performance July 8 at 3pm

Bayonne, NJ

Workshops and HOME Performance

Saturday, June 25
Daytime Workshops
Performance at 7:30

Hudson River Museum Amphitheater
511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY 10701

World Premiere of HOME

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Photo by Jaqlin Medlock

Tickets now available!

June 16-18
Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center
280 Broadway
Gibney Dance Center

In this new work, Teresa Fellion and Bryn Cohn illuminate ideas of HOME that shift and transform onstage, mirroring individuals’ adventurous movements through life.

Sneak preview selection of HOME

Stop by to see an early sneak preview of HOME, the month before the full piece premieres! Visit the Periapsis website to purchase tickets.

Saturday, May 14 at 5pm and 8pm

Periapsis Music and Dance
GK ArtsCenter
29 Jay Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

3rd Annual ITE Dance Festival

Show your support for BodyStories and view our performances at the Inception to Exhibition March Dance Festival! Visit the ITE website to buy tickets.

Friday, March 25, 8pm

Shetler Studios & Theatres Inc.
244 West 54th Street, 12th floor
between Broadway & 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10019

ITE Fan Favorite Facebook Contest


Calling all BodyStories fans: vote for us in the Inception to Exhibition Fan Favorite Facebook Contest! Cast your vote January 18-29 to see us on the ITE stage!

This month, ITE will be giving the ultimate gift to a group of  working artists, and we are giving you the chance to make it all come true for BodyStories!

Three NYC-based dance companies will be competing for your vote to win ITE’s Third Annual Fan Favorite Sweepstakes package: their own showcase in the ITE Spring Dance Festival, exclusive write up in a New York Dance Blog, performance stipend, and on-line marketing support form ITE for one year!

We have been fortunate to have received support from ITE in recent years through performances at Bryant Park, their space grant program, and now we have the chance to have our own performance by produced by ITE! I hope you can help!

APAP Performance 2016

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be participating in two APAP performances on Sunday, January 17th. Both shows will be performed at the 14th street Y.

Show#1 3:30pm

Show#2 7:30pm

Press and presenters get in for FREE. Please email for your complimentary tickets.

Dancers Among Us: Photographs by Jordan Matter

BodyStories is the featured company at the Hudson River Museum’s new exhibit!

Opening Reception and Pop-up Performances: Thursday, October 15, 6:00 – 8:00pm
Full Length Performances on:
Sunday, October 18th, 1:00 & 3:00pm
Sunday, December 20th, 1:00 & 3:00pm
Sunday, January 3rd, 1:00 & 3:00pm

Hudson River Museum
511 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY 10701

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance 4th Annual Benefit Party

Tuesday, December 15 at 7pm
Gibney Dance Center
890 Broadway, Studio 1

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Come celebrate a successful 2015 dance season, and help us continue into the new year! Enjoy delicious food and drinks, live jazz music, silent auction filled with holiday gifts, and showings of our newest material! All donations for entry are tax-deductible. You can make your entry donation online here.

If you can’t attend, consider making a donation here or purchasing some of our merchandise as a holiday gift!

Company Class

Company Class every Thursday 10-11:30. Dance with us!
Please email for a reservation and location.

Fall Creative Residency

We are building a new work!
When: November 6 – 9

Premiere of Mantises Movement and Sound Installation

NYC Department of Transportation Summer Streets Presents: BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance + John Yannelli with members of the SLC Experimental Music Ensemble
When: Saturday, August 15th with performances at
10:00 am- 10:45 am
11:05 am- 11:50 am
12:15 pm- 1:00 pm
 Where: 26 Federal Plaza, NYC, 10007
(elevated plaza on the Lafayette Ave. and Worth St. side of the 26 Federal building

“As Summer Streets participants are led by guides through their journey, they will experience new textures, microcosms, and characters and have the opportunity to interact with the seven performers. With each new phase of the installation comes a new imaginative and physical scenery change. The plantings, water features, paving, and benches found within the plaza animate the passageways the dancers take through the internal gardens of Federal Plaza that lend themselves to the imaginative world of The Mantises Are Flipping W.3.”–


Check out the “NYC Summer Streets” Activities Page for more information!
This is a free event, so don’t miss out, and bring a friend!

2015 Summer Residence at The Ross School

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be continuing as the company in residence this summer at The Ross School in East Hampton. We will be teaching daily classes in youth programs.

Department of Education

NYC Department of Education performances at PS 32 and FLACS Charter School are June 5

Danspace Project Premiere of The Mantises Are Flipping W.3

Access logo2We are thrilled to announce that we will premiere The Mantises Are Flipping W.3 as part of the DANCE: Access series at Danspace Project.* This NEW work is the third and final piece within the Mantises trilogy!


WHERE: Danspace Project St. Mark’s Church, 131 E 10th St, New York, NY

WHEN: Thursday May 21st, Friday May 22nd, and Saturday May 23rd at 8pm


WHO: Choreographed by Teresa Fellion, in collaboration with the performers: Iman Ayana, Zach Bergfelt, Corey Bliss, Mia DeWeese, Alex Jenkins, Monica Mordaunt, and Audrey Rachelle Stanley.

Music by John Yannelli, in collaboration with Dominick Boyle, Emily Cardwell, Ryan Edwards, Chase Hawley, and Riley Smith

Costume design by Ljupka Arsovska

Lighting design by Tim Cryan

Rehearsal Director: Charly Wenzel

Apprentice: Corinne Teklitz

This project has been made possible with support from ITE-Inception to Exhibition Space Grant, Concord Academy SummerStages Choreography Fellowship, Armitage Gone! Dance/Mana Contemporary Arts, Dragon’s Egg, and Mark Morris Dance Center and Triskelion Arts Space Subsidy Program made possible with support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

*DANCE: Access is a self-production series administered by Danspace Project.

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Boston Preview

The Dance Complex & Green Street Studios announce a Holding Hands event: Dancing Around A Square is a mini-festival of performances featuring new and seasoned choreographers from region and beyond, including NYC’s BodyStories:Teresa Fellion Dance

In a weekend of events titled A Holding Hands Event: Dancing Around A Square, Lorraine Chapman, Executive Director of Green Street Studios, and Peter DiMuro, Executive Director of The Dance Complex, will curate works to be presented in several showings, from informal to formal, taking place on April 10, 11 and 12, 2015 at both organizations’ studios, around the corner from each other in Central Square.

WHAT A Holding Hands Event: Dancing Around A Square, presented by The Dance Complex & Green Street Studios

WHEN April 10 – 12, 2015 WHERE Two locations:

Green Street Studios, 185 Green Street, Cambridge, MA 02139

The Dance Complex, 536 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02139

PRICE $25(for one night)- $100 for the whole weekend Buy tickets HERE 



Saturday, April 11, 1-3pm Master Class for Moving Target Series at Green St. Studios
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BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance in Residency Feburary 28th- March2nd


Grant Performance

ITE space grant showcase on January 31st 2015

Come see a sneak peek of what we have been making towards our premiere in May at Danspace Project, as part of DANCE: Access series.
Tickets are only $10!
DANY Studios
305 W 38th st Studio 7&9

Triskelion Arts’ First ever Never Before, Never Again Dance Festival

We are excited to perform alongside talented dancers in the Triskelion Arts’ FIRST ever Never Before, Never Again Festival.

January 29th @ 8pm
Improvisation in Performance
Aldous Theatre
118 North 11th Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Tickets here or at the door $16

APAP Performance

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance is presented by Booking Dance Festival NYC at the APAP Showcase at Jazz at Lincoln Center

Friday, January 9, 2015
6:15pm & 9:15pm

BodyStories Holiday Benefit Party

December 9th at 7pm

Gibney Dance Center at 890 Broadway, 5th Floor, Studio 3 (between 19th and 20th)

Come celebrate an incredible season with us and see a sneak peek into our upcoming 2015 season.

Join us for a great evening of celebratory holiday fun! Enjoy food, drinks, lovely gift items at our silent auction, live music, and beautiful selections from our repertory!

Visit: for suggested entrance donations.



Please join us at the beautiful Agawam Park in Southampton, NY on September 28th from 2-4pm to see three selections from our repertory, a lecture-demonstration, and take part in a public class!

Summer Residence at The Ross School

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance has been selected as the company in residence this summer at The Ross School in East Hampton, NY! ENROLL HERE:

We will be performing this summer in the Ross School’s beautiful theater, teaching daily classes in youth programs, and weekly adult classes. Stay tuned for dates of summer performances and adult classes!

Built on Stilts Festival

August 8 at 8pm : Performance at the Built on Stilts Festival in Martha’s Vineyard, MA

Public Performance at the Ross School Theater

August 2 at 7pm at The Ross School Theater at 18 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton, NY, 11937


Public Performance at the Ross School Theater

July 31st at 7pm at The Ross School Theater at 18 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton, NY, 11937


Bryant Park SummerStage

June 27 at 6 pm: Bryant Park SummerStage, presented by ITE-Inception to Exhibition

NY Season

SAVE THE DATE for our exciting NY season featuring work by BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance and Treeline Dance Works. TICKETS HERE:

Events for February-May 2014

May 31 at 4pm: Workshop with Treeline Dance Works (Gibney Dance Center / Studio 1, 890 Broadway, New York) TICKETS HERE:

May 17 at 1.30pm & 3pm : Community performances at the Pennington Day 2014.

May 17 at 8pm: Steps Beyond/Reverb Dance Choreographic Lab (Steps on Broadway, 2121 Broadway, New York)

April 12 from 1pm to 3pm: Teresa teaching Master Class at Moving Target Series, Greene Street Studios, Boston

April 3 at 8pm: Triskelion Arts’ 5th Annual Comedy in Dance Festival at Triskelion Arts, The Aldous Theater (118 N. 11th St. 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11249).

March 25 at 7pm: Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Movement Research Open Performance at Eden’s Expressway (537 Broadway, Soho, New York).

February 21 at 8pm:  Gowanus Art + Production’s FIRST LOOK series.  SHOW ROOM Gowanus, located at 460 Union Street, Brooklyn.

Take Root Series Split Bill
February 7-8, 2014 at 8pm in Queens, New York

Click here for more information and to purchase tickets!
We will be presenting our latest developments of The Mantises Are Flipping (P.S. I’ll have whatever they’re having), including set.

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Residency at Dragon’s Egg

Residency at Dragon’s Egg
January 2014
We are developing The Mantises Are Flipping (P.S. I’ll have whatever they’re having), as well as beginning to work with set.
There will be a sharing of the material created at 6pm on January 21 at The Dragon’s Egg with discussion afterwards.

APAP Showcases

January 10, 2014 at Jazz at Lincoln Center
We are presenting selections from No One Gets Out of Here Alive and The Mantises Are Flipping (P.S. I’ll have whatever they’re having)
Booking Dance Festival NYC
Press and Presenters, please contact us for complimentary tickets

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Body Stories: Teresa Fellion Dance Holiday Benefit Party – December 15th, 2013

Join our company in celebrating a successful 2013 filled with performances, residencies, teaching, and support us in preparations for our 2014 NY Season Performances and Touring! FUN throughout the evening-come and go as you wish. See selections and pop-up performances of our latest work, witness moments of improvisational dance and enjoy live music! Let’s have a Party!
Invitation Party
Buy tickets today at Party
For more information, please visit our Facebook Event 
Please email if you would like more information or further discounts on admission. We want everyone to come out and celebrate with us, so please feel free to contact us!

American Dance Guild Festival

We are honored to be selected for this year’s performances at the 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center



Friday November 8-Sunday November, 10, 2013

The Dance Gallery UP Close

October 12, 2013 at 7:30 pm at The Ailey Citigroup Theater.

Dance Gallery’s UP Close festival- An evening of intimate works.

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance Company Audition

September 30, 2013

Audition at Mark Morris Dance Center


September 22, 2013

Doors open at 3:30pm. Show starts at 4pm.

Jane Bailey Memorial Garden

327-329 Greene Avenue

Brooklyn, New York


BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance in collaboration with composers Carver Audain, R. Luke DuBois, Richard Garet, and Stephen Moore. This performance is made possible by a Brooklyn Arts Council Community Arts Fund Grant.

Strefa Wonoslowa Foundation Festival of Theater and Dance in Warsaw, Poland

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance is excited to be planning collaborations with the Strefa Wonoslowa Foundation. Stay tuned for more details of our upcoming performances and workshops in Warsaw, Poland in Spring 2014.

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance is returning to Edinburgh, Scotland and embarking on a 2013 European Tour!

Booking Dance Festival – Edinburgh 2013
Wednesday, August 14th, 2013 – Sunday, August 18, 2013

Festival Performances- We will be performing No One Gets Out of Here Alive, August 14-August 18. 2:15 pm daily.
Split Bill Performances- We will be performing a selection of The Mantises Are Flipping (P.S. I’ll have whatever they’re having) with live music by Ryan Edwards, August 17 and August 18. 4:15 pm daily.
Venue 150 @ EICC (Edinburgh International Conference Centre)
150 Morrison Street at The Exchange??

SPRING 2013 NEW YORK SEASON: Flipping Dominion (An Evening of Two Contrasting Works From BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance)

Come see our full stage productions of Control Dominion and The Mantises Are Flipping (P.S. I’ll Have Whatever They’re Having)

Thursday, June 27th and Saturday, June 29th at CPR (Center For Performance Research)

Both performances at 7:30pm.

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW– HERE (email for student/artist discount)



*This season has been made possible through generous support from chashama, inc.,  Summer Stages Dance Festival at Concord Academy Choreographic Fellowship, MANA Arts Center, and Dragon’s Egg


BodyStories at Bryant Park SummerStage

Check out our outdoor performance of excerpts from BodyStories:Teresa Fellion Dance repertory.

This is a preview performance of the works we will be showing as part of the Booking Dance Festival 2013 Edinburgh.

The performance is at Bryant Park SummerStage on June 28th



May 18, 2013
Doors open at 3:30pm. Show at 4pm.
Jane Bailey Memorial Garden

327-329 Greene Avenue

Brooklyn, New York

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion dance in collaboration with composers Carver Audain, R. luke DuBois, Richard Garet and Stephan Moore.
This performance is made possible by a Brooklyn Arts Council Community Arts Fund Grant

WAH Festival

WAH Festival

May 5th: 8pm

135 Broadway, Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY 11211


BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be showing excepts of The Mantises are Flipping (P.S. I’ll Have Whatever They’re Having) at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center Festival. The WAH Festival will be on May 5th at 8pm. Join us in Brooklyn for a teaser of our newest piece before the premier of the full piece in June!!



Dance for DNA Day

May 4th 3:25pm at Dance New Amsterdam (280 Broadway, 2nd Floor [entrance on Chambers])

We will performing as a part of Dance For DNA Day on May 4th. We are sharing selections from The Mantises Are Flipping (P.S. I’ll Have Whatever They’re Having), the piece we will be premiering in late June. The day spans from 11-6pm and BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be dancing in the Downstairs Lobby Performance Area at 3:25pm!


On Friday, March 22nd (3:30-5pm) and Wednesday, March 27th(6:30-8pm)  Teresa will be teaching class at Triskelion Arts, Studio A.

Classes are only $10! (Scholarships and discounts are available)

Come dance with us!!

Triskelion Arts Studio A

118 N.11th st 3rd floor, Brooklyn, NY11211

Performance in the 10th Anniversary Cool NY 2013 dance festival January 30th-February 10th

Exact performance dates and times TBA

25 Jay Street, enter on John Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201-1139
Ph/Fax 718-855-8822

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance APAP Showcase

Friday, January 11, 2013
Showcasing at approximately 7:30pm and 9:45pm
The Allen Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center
Located in the Time Warner Building, 3 Columbus Circle in New York City

Fall Residency

November 8-12
Our company was so grateful for this opportunity to create the full stage version of Control Dominion for our spring season at MANA Arts Center. Thanks to John Yannelli for his amazing composition.

GHOST Series at Gershwin Hotel

Curated by Pascal Rekoert
7 East 27th Street, New York, NY 10016
Our company had a great experience performing at the Gershwin for Election Night!!
Click for more information.

BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance Benefit Performance and Party!

Saturday, October 20: 7pm
Red Bean Studios, 320 West 37th Street, Suite 702, New York, NY, 10018
Come see a great evening of dance, including two exciting works from our repertory and one world premiere…and dance the night away with live music! Delicious food and beverages! Visual Art Gallery! Dance Party! Silent Auction with fantastic items for you! All proceeds from this benefit go towards our New York Season and summer tour to Europe! Help support our dancers!

Free Performances at Anita’s Way, 4 Times Square, through our residency at chashama!

Come see our brand new site-specific version of Control Dominion, with a cast of forty dancers! This is a covered outdoor space for audience and performers, so come rain or shine!!
Thursday, October 4: 1pm and 6pm
Friday, October 5: 1pm and 6pm
Click for more details


White Wave Dance Festival

Saturday, September 29, 2012 at 5pm
BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance performs an excerpt of Control DominionMore details and company photos.

East Coast Tour August 16-28, 2012

We are performing and teaching in Bangor, Lewiston, Farmington, and Livermore Falls, ME as well as East Hampton, NY. Come join us! We’ll be teaching master classes and dance workshops in each location. We’ll be performing Fault Line, No One Gets Out of Here Alive, Control Dominion, and new improvisation-in-performance works.

Bangor, Maine

Lewiston, Maine

Farmington/Livermore Falls, Maine

Easthampton, New York


  • Sat. Aug. 25 12-2pm: Master Class, DanseArts Conservatory, 2357 Montauk Hwy. Bridgehampton
  • Sun. Aug. 26 12-2pm: Free Outdoor Dance Event, Amagansett Square
  • Mon. Aug, 27 10-12pm: Master Class, DanceHampton
  • Tue. Aug. 28 7:00pm: Performance and Party! Ashawagh Hall, 780 Springs Fireplace Rd, Easthampton

Summer Stages Dance at Concord Academy

Boston Area: Summer Stages Dance at Concord Academy 2012 Choreographer Project Fellows, July 8-28

Teresa Fellion is honored to have been selected as a Choreographic Fellow at this festival in Concord, MA where she will have the chance to be mentored by Richard Colton, Amy Spencer, David Parker, and several other artists at this year’s Summer Stages Festival such as Sean Curran and Keith Sabado! We look forward to creating a new work with the festival participants in three weeks and performing it at the ICA, Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston on
Saturday, July 28, 3:30pm
The Institute of Contemporary Art
100 Northern Avenue
Boston, MA 02210

New Haven Arts and Ideas Festival

FREE performance of NO ONE GETS OUT OF HERE ALIVE at the New Haven Arts and Ideas Festival on the New Haven Green!

June 23 4:30-5:00pm
Elm Street Stage Between Temple and Church Streets
New Haven, CT

We are happy to be sharing the stage with Rebecca Moore Dance and Jenai Cutcher West.

Dixon Place’s UnderExposed Festival

Tuesday, February 7, 7:30pm
For more details:

White Wave’s Cool New York 2012 Dance Festival

Program C (Fri. 1/27 7pm & Sat. 1/28 9pm)
For more details:

Come see us at APAP! We’re presenting exciting excerpts of “No One Gets Out of Here Alive” at Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theater!

January 7-9:00pm
January 8-9:15pm
January 9-8:50pm
For more details, visit Jodi Kaplan and Associates, Booking Dance

Mount Tremper Arts Residency

December 9-12, 2011

Boston Preview

April 10th and 11th at Green Street Studios, 8pm

More information coming soon…

Volunteer Day with Meatloaf Kitchen


September 10th, 2017



Cardinal Spellman Center

137 East 2nd St

New York, NY

Performance History 2019

The following performances were choreographed by Teresa Fellion in collaboration with the dancers of BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance. These performers include Kate Bishop, Serena Chang, Maria Gardner, Amanda Krische, Erin Landers, Tamara Leigh, Xenia Mansour, Kimberly E. Murry, Svea Schneider, Jessica Stroh, and Ashley Zimmerman. 

New York City Center – Pentacle Arts Showcase

LATEA Theater at The Clemente Center – New York, NY

KoDaFe at Ailey Citigroup Theater – New York, NY

 Inwood Erases Hate with Love with LMCC – New York, NY

The Emelin Theatre – Mamaroneck, NY

BodyStories at the 2022 Brussels International DanceFilmFestival

BodyStories is thrilled to announce that our film, “march”, has been selected for this year’s International DanceFilmFestival Brussels L’Art Difficile de Filmer la Danse, taking place on September 27th, 2022. We are looking forward to showcasing our work to new audiences, and we are so thankful for this opportunity! To view the Brussels Festival Trailer, please use the link below!

Brussels’ International DanceFilmFestival Trailer