SFIAF 2020: May 19-31. Early Bird Tix On-Sale Mar. 1

Stephanie Hewett

(United States)

(E)cho (Q)ueue (2020, US premiere)

Date(s) & Time(s)
Duration: 60 minutes

Location: Firehouse

Ticket Information

Early Bird: $15
Advanced: $20
At the Door: $25 

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Production Credits

ChoreographerStephanie Hewett


Funded in part byMade possible through the support of Dancer's Group and the Dresher Ensemble Artist Residency program.


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(E)cho (Q)ueue (2020, US premiere)

(E)cho (Q)ueue is an interdisciplinary performance which aims to reclaim techno music as a Black American invention by dissecting the compositional architecture of the music as it communes with the Black body’s response to its rhythms. The goal in presenting a cathartic union between techno and the Black dancing body is to reinforce the music’s Black foundation despite its misplaced proximity whiteness.


Stephanie Hewett (Choreographer)
Stephanie Hewett is a choreographer, movement researcher, DJ, performer, and teacher from the Bronx, New York (Lenape territory). She is a graduate of Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and the Performing Arts and has studied at the Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London. She holds an MFA in Dance from Mills College and is currently deeply immersed in learning production software and producing various forms of electronic music. Hewett's performance work aims to highlight fluid identities and reimagines the future as a site of rebirth. Current movement-based research entails navigating performance through injury, pleasure frequencies, dance floor exorcisms, Detroit techno, and discovering ancestral vestiges in the body. Hewett DJ's under the moniker, Madre Gitana.

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