Mallory Fabian/fabe dance showing

September 29, 2019
5pm. Showing and discussion at we live in space
2520 W Jefferson Blvd.,  Los Angeles CA 90018

Residency artist Mallory Fabian/fabe dance company
Sept 29, 2019
free studio showing and discussion open to the public
as well as workshops Sept 8,15,22,29

For this showing and discussion, Fabian/fabe dance company will share movement material from their residency in preparation for their full evening performance Drugs Can’t Buy at Highways Performance Space. A new theatrical dance work that explores what love can do to someone. Evocative, dark, and deeply personal, it is an experiment on how love moves and motivates us — for better or worse.

Mallory Fabian, a Las Vegas native, received her BFA in Choreography & Performance at California Institute of the Arts. Mallory, a Los Angeles based freelance artist has had the opportunity to perform for Gob Squad, RGWW, Zoe Scofield, Szalt, No1 Arthouse at the 14th Factory The Assembly, Dance Aegis, Andrew Pearson, & B Dunn Movement. Mallory is Board President and dancer for Rosanna Gamson/World Wide as well as a co-teacher for GO, an internationally toured improvisational workshop with Rosanna Gamson. In January 2017, Mallory started her dance company fabe. fabe premiered Don’t Inhale it, Strictly Mouth, her first evening length work, at MESH, an evening of live performance, immersive experience, and visual art, produced by Mallory Fabian and Bryanna Brock. Their second evening length work, unknow, premiered in June 2018, and Thanks for Asking, choreographed by Mallory and Executive Director, Darby Kelley, had it’s premiere November 2018. fabe has presented work at REDCAT, Highways Performance Space, The Bootleg Theater, The Rose Center Theatre, Civic Center Studios, Electric Lodge, Mimoda, Lula Washington, Brockus Studios, and Diavolo.


These events are part of the Show Box L.A. / we live in space Residency Program, and made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs.


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Photo by Nicolett Electra