Show/Share: Catherine Meringolo, Nikki Theroux, & RTG Dance

Feb. 15, 2020, 3:30 pm5:30 pm



890 Broadway, 5th Floor
New York, 10003 United States

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Join us in studio 5-2 for showings by Catherine Meringolo, RTG Dance, and Nikki Theroux, moderated by Cat Galasso.

FREE. No RSVP required.

Show/Share is a sharing and feedback series for works-in-progress at Gibney 890 Broadway. The program provides dance artists an opportunity to show ten minutes of unfinished work in an informal, welcoming setting. Artists are invited to share their work through a non-curated selection process. The event is free to the public. Three artists show their work at each session; and the feedback is moderated by an artist from the field.

Catherine Meringolo
Pushing limits
and transcending them
giving up and giving over
coming apart
and putting back together
becoming known
through trying to remember
the path back to oneself…

Nikki Theroux
lungs (working title)
What would it be like to try to exist in an environment that does not provide for you within its chain? This work looks at current situations on our planet and researches adaptability, integration, and preservation. It considers consequences when one thing cannot exist without the other, or at least as we know it to be.

Rachel Thorne Germond
Shadow Box 1
Shadow Box 1 is an emotional abstraction. Using very tight geometric and numerical structures, emotional content is revealed.


Catherine Meringolo is a multidisciplinary theater maker, writer, and performer. Her work seeks to explore the inner landscape of human experience through experimental storytelling solutions. Raw and intimate, Catherine’s creations strive to create an immediate and palpable relationship between the art and the witness. The inaugural sharing of her original piece, Threshold, through Gibney’s POP Showing program, marked her foray into solo work- which has become her chosen mode of making. Catherine holds an MFA in Acting from The New School for Drama and resides in Brooklyn, NY.

Nikki Theroux received her BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from Marymount Manhattan College in 2014. In New York, Nikki has worked with Mersiha Mesihovic/CircuitDebris, Soluq Dance Theater, Suku Dance Lab, tedted Performance Group, Mike Esperanza, Max Stone, Emily Greenwell, and Joshua Dunn. Nikki has also studied in Israel with Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company, where she performed works by Ilya Nikurov, Rami Be’er, and Mats Ek’s Cullberg Ballet Repertoire. Here she also presented choreography at The Zichri Theater in Ga’Aton. In the fall of 2017 she was selected for a residency with Chen Dance Center, during which she created a solo work for the newsteps Series entitled fell. Her most recent choreographic endeavor has been developing a continuation to that work, vow.

Rachel Thorne Germond is a Brooklyn based performer, dancer, teacher, choreographer, and visual artist and has been creating performance work for twenty-eight years. Based in New York City from 1986-1998, she danced, choreographed and presented her work throughout the New York area. After achieving an M.F.A. in Dance and Choreography from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana (UIUC), she was active in Chicago, founding her dance company, RTG Dance in 2004. From 2010-2014 she taught dance in Norfolk, VA at Old Dominion University and Christopher Newport University. Since returning to New York in 2014, she continues to create and present work via Rachel Thorne Germond Performance Collage.

Photo of NikkiTheroux by Allison Armfield.


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