January 7 || Trance Music for Crows

A new ensemble piece in development by Arrington de Dionyso (Old Time Relijun, Malaikat dan Singa, This Saxophone Kills Fascists), featuring for this iteration Ben Bennett, a spellbinding percussionist on tour from Philadelphia, and interlocking stereophonic electric bass played by Patrick Semple and Kofi Asaase Adjepong. Jennifer Robin will give a reading before the music begins.Read more


January 21 || Two Love Stories

Marissa Rae Niederhauser (Berlin) performs new work ‘M/f duet’ with Aaron Swartzman (Seattle) and solo ‘Teething’ both which explore the complexities and boundaries of relationships.Read more

Sept. 29-30║Episode 3

PWNW presents a screening of jin camou & Julia Calabrese’s Episode III, with live original music by Mary Sutton. Following the screening there will be an accompanying dance, performed by camou and Linda Austin, as well as a short duo by Ayako Kataoka and Kathleen Hong.Read more


Our fall programing features a pair of body snatched aliens; a PWNW fundraiser/celebration; a duo embodying tension, mischief, and surreality; and an immersive group work within two seemingly opposed but equally real/fictional worlds.Read more

April 28 & 29 ✧ Appalachian Spring Break

SCOTTY HERON & BRENDAN CONNELLY play with the iconic, confused and clichéd relationship of choreographer and composer, glancing sideways at Martha Graham and Aaron Copland’s only collaboration and its sepia toned Americana. This “hilarious junkshop tribute to Martha Graham and Aaron Copeland…seems like mayhem, and then beauty asserts itself—classic and anarchic and enlivening at once, the perfect expression of vernal riot.”Read more