• Grey Vimeo Icon
  • Grey Facebook Icon
  • Grey YouTube Icon
  • Grey Tumblr Icon

Donate to GMPP

Support

Join

Contact

Connect

Gesel Mason Performance Projects

gmasonprojects@gmail.com

Download Press Packet

Press for No Boundaries

antithesis: Dance Place Practice was hands-down one of the most remarkable shows I’ve seen
in quite some time.
- Taryn Packheiser Brown, DC Dance Journalism Project. Read more...


Mason has constructed a probing critique of a slice of contemporary eroticism - Lisa Traiger,
D.C. DanceWatcher.
Read more...


Foremost was the notion that to entertain and to educate is one and the same thing. Just acting
out doesn’t suffice for this insistent, agile, stalwart dancer/choreographer/teacher, nor does bare
theorizing.
- George Jackson, Dance View Times. Read more...


Last but not least was the extremely powerful solo by Gesel Mason herself, in which she
graciously shared a deep finding of Eros by tapping into her essential creative energy…
- Taryn
Packheiser Brown, DC Dance Journalism Project.
Read more...


It’s about taking back our ability to feel fully alive: brain, breasts, belly (soft or pilates tight),
hands (for reaching and receiving), pelvis (moving in circles but also supporting a healthy, strong
back), and feet (to stand firmly on the earth).
- Laura Zam, On the Pink Couch
Press.
Read more...

Press for antithesis

Ms. Mason has put together a show [No Boundaries] that should be required viewing for students of dance history. – Jennifer Dunning, New York Times. Read more...


Gesel Mason’s one-woman show [No Boundaries] was the sort of performance that in any other realm would enshrine her among a select few standouts…an ambitious, riveting and impressively executed program. – Sarah Kaufman, Washington Post. Read more...


The thing about the No Boundaries project that matters is that we’re allowed to bear witness to a flowering of diversity of voices and approaches and different constellations of black performance or black lives or black humanity within these works and how they tell different kinds of stories that are related through a shared experience and shared vision of a global black presence. – Dr. Thomas DeFrantz

Photo slideshow of antithesis at MCA Denver. 

Photos by Ken Hamblin, Westword. View all photos...