DIGITAL: Sorry I Missed Your Show: Stefanie Batten Bland

Dec. 2, 6:30 pm8:00 pm



Look Who’s Coming To Dinner

Inspired by the 1967 Stanley Kramer film starring Sydney Poitier, Katherine Hepburn, and Spencer Tracy, Stefanie Batten Bland’s Look Who’s Coming To Dinner pays tribute to those who paved the way toward acceptance in love and life. Set around a transformative dinner setting, dance-theatre artists excavate interlaced universal traumas through imagery and ritual as they seek a seat at the table.

About Stefanie Batten Bland

Jerome Robbins awardee Stefanie Batten Bland, is an interdisciplinary global artist who interrogates contemporary and historical culture. Based in New York City, she founded Company SBB in France in 2008. She is a 2020 Baryshnikov Arts Center and Duke Performances commissioned artist.
COVID credits: Online – EU Day for the European Union at the United Nations, distanced films for Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, ABT at Duke, and Works & Process at the Guggenheim.
Recent Live credits: Featured artist FIAF Crossing The Line Festival, Gina Gibney Dance Company, Directorial and Diversity Team “Life & Trust” Emursive Productions, Movement Director “Eve’s Song” Public Theater, Choreographer for American Ballet Theatre’s inaugural Women’s Movement Initiative, SBB is an Assistant Professor at Montclair State University for Theatre & Dance, received her MFA in interdisciplinary arts from Goddard College and lives in SoHo with her family, where she grew up as the daughter of artists.

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A screening and discussion series, Sorry I Missed Your Show highlights dance works from the recent past to explore their relationship to the dance canon and contemporary practice.


Photo Credit: Carlos Cardona