Calendar & Upcoming Performances


  • July 2018:  Goudie-Averill and Tori Lawrence will be creating a new dance film in Vermont with Emily Climer and Marie Lynn Haas!
  • August:  Stone Depot Dance Lab will be back in action, as founders Ellie and Beau continue work in rehearsal on Blue Highways, SDDL’s newest collaboration!  The piece will be available as a dance film in Fall 2018, and stay tuned for news about performances and the unveiling of a new project website!

More to be added soon. Thank you for your support!

Recent Performances


  • June 2018:  Goudie-Averill was in residence with TL+Co. for the month at Playa in Summer Lake, Oregon!  June culminated in a performance on June 21st at the Alger Theater in Lakeview, where the company was joined by dancer Jungwoong Kim.
  • May 19, 2018:  Showing of a film-in-progress and live site-specific solo with Tori Lawrence + Co. at the Brunakra residency near Simrishamn, Sweden!
  • April 30:  Goudie-Averill performed at the Movement Research Gala as a part of honoree Yoshiko Chuma’s The School of Hard Knocks in 5 Car Pileup.
  • March 19:  Goudie-Averill performed in Tori Lawrence + Co.’s newest work-in-progress Junkspace at Movement Research at the Judson Church.
  • March 9-10:  The Lorax, a new youth modern/contemporary dance production with artistic direction by Goudie-Averill, at the Lawrence Arts Center.
  • January 22:  Goudie-Averill performed as a part of Jodi Melnick and Yoshiko Chuma’s MELT workshop at Movement Research at the Judson Church.
  • January 9:  Goudie-Averill and Beau Hancock will present an in-progress solo collaboration at Movement Research’s Open Performance Series.


  • December 2:  Tori Lawrence + Co. presented Film No. 7, a solo work featuring Goudie-Averill, as a part of professor Lynn Brooks’ retirement celebration at Franklin & Marshall College.
  • November 25:  Goudie-Averill will perform a new solo work at the HATCH Performance Series at The Works Studio, 131 West 24th Street, 4th Floor, New York City.
  • October 6-7:  Goudie-Averill performed in longtime collaborator Beau Hancock’s In the companye of sondry folk at Temple University’s Conwell Dance Theater as a part of the Dance Alumni Showcase, and included a new version of a duet that G-A and Hancock originally created in 2004 just after graduating from KU.
  • October 20-21:  Marginalia:  An Evening of Performance at Links Hall in Chicago: Goudie-Averill will dance Film No. 7, a new solo by Tori Lawrence + Co.
  • June 16:  Goudie-Averill’s flirty new ballet Summer Swing premiered at the Summer Ballet Intensive final showing in the Elizabeth Sherbon Blackbox Theater at the University of Kansas.
  • April-May:  Tori Lawrence + Co. will be in residence at the Djerassi Resident Artist Program in Woodside, California with dancer Eleanor Goudie-Averill and director Tori Lawrence.
  • March 31-April 1:  Peter and the Wolf was presented by the Lawrence Arts Center for the third year running with KU Symphony Orchestra.
  • March 17-18:  Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters, a new youth modern/contemporary dance production directed and co-choreographed by Eleanor Goudie-Averill, at the Lawrence Arts Center.


  • November 17-18:  University Dance Company Concert premiere of Eleanor Goudie-Averill’s new piece, Untitled Dance for Eleven, with live music by the KU Percussion Ensemble, at the Lied Center on the KU campus.
  • November 4-5: Tori Lawrence + Co’s premiere of Progress on the Lawrence Arts Center stage, featuring dancers Eleanor Goudie-Averill and Taryn Griggs.
  • August 3:  Eleanor Goudie-Averill and Tori Lawrence in an improvised performance at the HOT Series (Mascher Space Coop) in Philadelphia.
  • May 20:  The Lawrence Art Center’s annual Dance Gala Concert will feature a documentary film, by Marlo Angell, about the outreach work that Eleanor Goudie-Averill has done this year as the dance education specialist in-residence.  This nine-month position was fully funded by a grant from the Kansas Health Foundation.
  • April 15-16:  The Lawrence Ballet Theatre’s Emergence Concert featured Returning, a new solo by Eleanor Goudie-Averill.
  • January 29-31:  Peter and the Wolf came back by popular demand to the Lawrence Arts Center.  Sets by Neil Goss and music by the KU Orchestra.
  • January 16, 2016:  An Evening of Dance and Film at the Cider Gallery, featuring Scenarios by Eleanor Goudie-Averill, produced by Stone Depot Dance Lab and danced with Juliet Remmers, alongside films by Tori Lawrence & Co.


  • December 4:  First Friday Performances at the Mulvane Art Museum in conjunction with the Garden Plots exhibit by Tom Averill and Clint Ricketts.  Eleanor Goudie-Averill will be joined by Juliet Remmers in two improvised duet performances at 6 & 6:30 pm.
  • October 22-31:  midnight visit to the grave of poe:  a grotesque arabesque; Eleanor Goudie-Averill, current Lawrence Arts Center artist-in-residence, will be dancing in choreography by Gary Abbott of Deeply Rooted with two of his company dancers.
  • June 13:  Summer of the Arts Pre-Movie Performance by the Iowa Repertory Dance Ensemble, featured a new collaborative dance by Eleanor Goudie-Averill, Kristin Marrs and Jessica Anthony!
  • June 7:  Iowa Arts Festival Performances by the Iowa Repertory Dance Ensemble featuring new works by Eleanor Goudie-Averill, Kristin Marrs and Jessica Anthony.
  • June 1:  Improvisational Performance with dancers Elizabeth June Bergman, Tori Lawrence and DJ Barry Phipps at The Barry Phipps Shop in Iowa City.
  • May 2:  International Dance Day Festival Outdoor Performance, Byblos, Lebanon- Ladies of the Lakes, a new ballet and improvisations with all dance faculty.
  • March 27-29:  Peter and the Wolf, a new ballet commissioned by the Lawrence Arts Center, with live music by the KU Symphony Orchestra.
  • February 26-28:  Dancers in Company, University of Iowa- Premiere of Terra Incognita, the new sextet version Ellie Goudie-Averill’s Forth!
  • February 12-14:  Faculty/Graduate Concert, University of Iowa- Premiere of Hiding in Plain Sight, Ellie Goudie-Averill’s collaboration with Kristin Marrs, a contemporary ballet for seven dancers.
  • February 6 & 20:  Ladies of the Lakes, a solo performance in, around and inspired by the art of Marguerite Perret at the Mulvane Art Museum at Washburn University in Topeka, KS


  • April 14-May 6:  International Dance Day Festival in Byblos, Lebanon!  Beau Hancock and Eleanor Goudie-Averill taught class, created new works and performed at IDDFL’s fourth year.
  • April 5-6:  Premiere of Forth, a new trio by Eleanor Goudie-Averill with live original music by Jonathan Cannon, at the first weekend of Group Motion’s Spiel Uhr Festival 2014:  Branching.
  • February 7 & 8:   An Evening of Duets,” Dazzling Little Deaths, a duet danced with Rain Ross to the live poetry of Laura Spagnoli, presented by Chisena Danza at the CEC.


  • December 6 & 7:  “Nice and Fresh: Pop-up Performances of New Theater and Dance Works,” Discreet Holy Landspan trio at Moving Arts of Mount Airy with performances at 7 & 9 pm.
  • September 27:  SkyDive #13:  featuring work by Melissa Diane, Melissa Chisena and more.
  • September 17:  Stone Depot in a site specific improvised performance at the Pavilion in the Trees for the Association of Public Art’s launch of their Museum Without Walls program.
  • August 15-18:  Cultivate Dance Festival in Bethlehem, NH; performance of Sensus with Ellie Goudie-Averill and Beau Hancock at the Colonial Theater and community classes for adults and kids.
  • July 27:  Melissa Diane’s South Philly Salo(o)n, Doors at 7:30 pm, performance at 8 pm, The Arts Parlor (1170 S Broad St.), Featuring Sensus, by Ellie Goudie-Averill with Melissa Chisena.
  • June 14:  Stone Depot Dance Lab presented Sensus at the DanceUSA Conference’s Philly Late Night at the Performance Garage
  • May 18-19: ZIPLINE: premiering the works of 8 emerging & seasoned female choreographers, Weekend Two, featured works by Sarah Gamblin (TX), Pamela Vail, Tori Lawrence + Co & Amy Lynne Barr (Philadelphia).
  • May 10-11: ZIPLINE: premiering the works of 8 emerging & seasoned female choreographers, Weekend One, featured works by Kayle & Company (IA), A.O. Movement Collective (NYC), and Meredith Lyons (Philadelphia) with Rachel Boggia & Annie Kloppenberg (ME).
  • April 12 & 19:  Casual Friday, danced by Ellie Goudie-Averill and Beau Hancock, with live original music by Christopher Farrell at the Ruba Club, a part of PIFA 2013!
  • March 22:  SkyDive Showing #12, Casual Friday Edition!
  • February 24:  For Members Only at the WAXworks festival at Triskelion Arts in Brooklyn!
  • February 8-9:  An evening of duets at the CEC, presented by Chisena Danza, featured a new duet by Ellie Goudie-Averill, danced by Melissa Chisena and Scott McPheeters!
  • January 25:  SkyDive Showing #11
  • January 13, 2013:  Stone Depot teamed up with Movement Brigade to create a trio for A Stick and A Stone’s release of the new album Night Vision


  • December 15-16:  Group Motion’s Spiel Uhr, 8 pm at the CEC, featured For Members Only
  • November 30:  SkyDive Showing #10
  • November 9-10:  University of Iowa Alumni Showcase featured an excerpt of I think I no you from some knowhere
  • October 13, 2012:  Mixed Drinks, a performance featuring 30 choreographers dancing to original 2 minute compositions
  • September 28:  SkyDive Showing #9
  • September 22 & 23:  For Members Only, Philly Fringe Festival Performance at Mascher Space Co-Op, a collaboration between choreographers EGA and Lesya Popil and visual artist/paper-maker/sculptor Nicole Donnelly!
  • Septmeber 14 & 15:  Dance Amidst Art at Make it Break it Rebuild it, FREE Fringe Performances in a stunning visual arts installation!
  • September 7 & 8:  Go Together, Philly Fringe Festival Performance with choreography by Eleanor Goudie-Averill and Pam Vail!
  • May 13:  Jubilant Thicket at the Walking Fish Theater, 7 pm!
  • May 14:  Movement Research at the Judson Church, NYC @ 8 pm!
  • May 18:  SkyDive Showing #8
  • February 18-19:  Group Motion’s Spiel Uhr at the CEC featured Mechanism, a NEW movement-driven, collaborative duet by EGA and Pam Vail!
  • February 23-25:  Regional Choreography Festival in Kansas at the Lawrence Arts Center; EGA was adjudicator and Featured Choreographer and Casual Friday, with Beau Hancock, premiered at the Saturday evening Showcase


  • December 2-3:  Ties that Bind at the Painted Bride Arts Center with Jennifer Morley’s Figments
  • November 11-12:  University of Iowa Alumni Concert; EGA was in residence teaching Modern and Ballet at UI from 11/9-12 and performed a solo at Space/Place Theatre
  • November 19:  Stone Depot hosts the fifth SkyDive Showing featuring NYC’s A.O. Movement Collective!
  • October 13 & 16 at 8 pm:  Skirting the Issue at the Collaborations in Dance Festival in Brooklyn, NY at Triskelion Arts
  • September 3 at 4 & 7 pm: Third and final Bodies of Text performance outdoors at Clark Park C (43rd and Baltimore) featuring Stone Depot founders EGA & Beau Hancock and ReAct Dance!
  • September 2 & 4:  Grab Bag Fringe Mini-Festival at the space (714 N Mascher St.) … the new RoofTop Trio, 108 Hours of This, comes to Philly!
  • July 9th, 2011:  RoofTop Dance Series in Brooklyn featured 108 Hours of This, a new trio by EGA featuring Beau Hancock and Marie Brown!
  • June 17 & 18 at 7:30 pm, June 19 at 2 pm & June 23-25 at 7:30 pm:  Group Motion performances with Headlong and Three Aksha at Mandell Theater (3300 Chestnut St.)
  • May 18:  A.W.A.R.D. Show at the Arts Bank featured Stone Depot Dance Lab/Ellie Goudie-Averill!
  • May 27: Second Bodies of Text performance at Studio 34 at 8 pm
  • May 28th at 7 & 9 pm and May 29th at 7 pm:  three more performances of the second Bodies of Text show at the gorgeous Christ Church Neighborhood House, with generous support from Philadelphia Dance Project and Dance UP’s New Stages Fund
  • February 26:  Stone Depot dancers EGA and Marie Brown improvised at the Opening Event for of Our Gallery & Studios
  • February 19-20: Premiere of Seeding, a collaborative duet between EGA and Jennifer Morley, at Group Motion’s Spiel Uhr (CEC)
  • January 14th, 2011:  INhale Performance Series, at the CHI Movment Arts Center at 7:30 pm, to featureConviction I:  Without Blinking if you can


  • December 11-12: Group Motion’s Spiel Uhr featured the premiere of Conviction I, a new duet by EGA/Stone Depot
  • September 29-October 3:  Willmington, DE Fringe Festival: Movement Brigade and Stone Depot Dance!
  • October 13: 3 pm Group Motion’s outdoor performance at Georgian Court University!
  • August 27-28:  Penumbra was happily revived for the Norristown Dance Festival!
  • September 3-4:  Philly Fringe Festival Performances:  Stone Depot/Rain Ross Dance premiered exciting new work at CHI Movement Arts Center/Home of Kun Yang Lin and Dancers!
  • July 24th: Movement Brigade performs at a stick and a stone‘s CD release party at the Magic Gardens!
  • June 5-6: Active Absence, a solo representation of EGA’s in progress Fringe work at the ETC Performance Series in West Philly. Community Education Center (3500 Lancaster)
  • May 15th:  Banana Dance Machine‘s last Hoorah at the HATCH Performance Series at The Works Studio in NYC.
  • May 14th:  INhale at CHI Movement Arts Center at 8 pm.  EGA in a duet  by Marcel Williams-Foster.
  • May 6 at 7 pm: Place: Memory: Here at Warehouse 414 in Topeka, KS:  Stone Depot in collaboration with Brandi Green and Kathleen O’Connor.  May 7th at 5 pm, informal showing at Lawrence Arts Center.
  • April 10th at 8 pm: Banana Dance Machine at Mascher Artists In Residence Performance:  Fresh Juice!  At the beautiful Mascher Space Co-Op (155 Cecil B Moore Ave).
  • March 27 at 8 pm: SCRAP Performance Group at the CEC opened the NY Dance Exchange Show
  • February 13-14 at 8 pm: Group Motion’s annual Spiel Uhr Concert at the CEC (3400 Lancaster, Philly)  featured a remount of Goudie-Averill’s Penumbra on the company!
  • February 8 at 8 pm: Excerpt of Movement Brigade’s Mo and Moe at Plays and Players (1714 Delancy, Philly)
  • February 5, 2010 at 8 pm: SCRAP Performance Group at Bryn Mawr College


  • December 18th at 7:30 pm, 2009: INhale Performance Series–Premiere of Banana Dance Machine!
  • November 6-7, 2009: Movement Brigade, choreography by Alie Vidich … EGA in a purple bunny suit!
  • October 22-25, 2009: Group Motion’s PNC Performances of City Dances/Parkway, beginning at the beautiful Rodin Museum
  • October 8-9 at 8 pm: Stone Depot Dance Lab premiere of Penumbra at RAW Material, Dance New Amsterdam
  • September 26, 2009: DUMBO Dance Festival (25 Jay St, Brooklyn), dancing Charlotte Adams’ choreography in a duet with the amazing Dawn Poirier (
  • September 12-13 2009  at 3 pm: Group Motion in the Philadelphia Fringe (

2 Responses to “Calendar & Upcoming Performances”

  1. Hey Ellie,

    Nice talking with you at the reception at the Arts Bank tonight (you said I had very good questions:)) Hope to see you at the church with the worms on the 28th.

    Loved your piece.

    Rich Rogers

    • Hi Rich,
      Great talking to you too, and you did indeed have very good questions! I am so glad that the piece resonated with you and I look forward to seeing you and talking with you again on the 28th! It should be a great show and if you want advance tickets you can get them at
      Thanks again!

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