CALLE OUVERT ICE is a collaboration between David Brown and Beth Woronoff it means Open Street, a metaphoric wish for everything we do.
BETH WORONOFF was the 2018 Fancy Silver medalist and has a World ranking at the World Figure and Fancy Skating Competition, an organization dedicated to preserving the knowledge of figures – drawing designs on the ice like the Maltese cross and the Swiss S. She was the Co-founder of Frozen Feet Theater, a company that combines ice skating with giant puppets and narrative storytelling, she co-created “Viva La Vida”, the Life of Frida Kalho, Persephone and the Birth of Winter and Fire and Ice The Rise and Fall of the Norse Gods. Beth was a soloist and choreographer with the Ice Theater of New York. She skated the works of Laura Dean, Anne Carlson, Lar Lubowitch and David Dorfman and Donlin Foreman. She studied dance at the Martha Graham School and developed Boundless Edge, a curriculum for ice skaters that uses a performing arts approach to skating.
DAVID BROWN, has explored movement with Dancers from many countries and choreographed for and mounted pieces on: Dallas Black, Alvin Ailey, Jamaica National company, Boston Ballet, Philadanco among others. He created Bodyrecode.com a way of thinking, living in and healing our bodies that focuses on the myth of aging and neurological disorders. He is interested in nonverbal movement, an open narrative formation of visceral, singular expression in the gravitational field which we all resonate/inhabit. David spent several months living and working in a Balinese hill dance community where he co created a piece called “Bersilla” or crossed legs, East meets west. He was a Principle with the Martha Graham Company and toured around the world for 20 years with his own company.