COLOR To Return For Limited Engagement At Flatland Gallery

For Immediate Release
Contact: Jacquelyne Jay Boe    


Photo by Jeremy Nuncio

In the heart of Montrose at Brasil Café’s Flatland Gallery, a group of local artists will return for a limited engagement of an intimate performance collaboration entitled COLOR, on February 2nd and 3rd.  Original music, created by composer Jeremy Nuncio, and choreography from Jacquelyne Boe will be performed by a cast of classically-trained, versatile contemporary dancers including Jacquelyne Boe, Siri Ell and Brit Wallis.

COLOR was conceived through conversations of color theory and the science behind prisms. The choreographic phrases and process were drawn from sourced images of each color of the rainbow, darkness and light. The seven colors and sections of the choreography informed the musical composition, which was composed from ideas around the human connection and experience with color present in everyday life.

COLOR was created with the performance space Flatland Gallery in mind. The three rooms of the gallery are utilized so that all audience members will receive a unique and close up experience with each of the performing dancers.

This performance is supported in part by Dance Source Houston’s Production Micro Grant program.

Performance & Ticket Details


Flatland Gallery, 1709 Westheimer Rd Houston, TX 77006

February 2nd and 3rd, 2018

Friday and Saturday at 7:00 p.m.

Tickets: $20 General, $10 Student/Artist

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and after show gathering will take place in gallery and back patio.

About Jacquelyne Jay Boe

Jacquelyne is Houston based professional dancer, choreographer and educator interested in personal growth and development through arts and wellness.

Boe received her early education from the High School for Performing and Visual Arts Houston and her BFA from the University of Oklahoma, where she graduated as the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts, Graduate of the Year.

She is currently a company member of Frame Dance and Hopestone Dance. Boe has also had the pleasure of working with organizations and individual artist such as Erick Hawkins Dance, Erin Reck, Houston Grand Opera in 2016 productions Carousel, Nixon in China and Faust, Noble Motion Dance, Open Dance Project and Teresa Chapman among others.

Boe is a critically acclaimed dance maker that has been creating original works since 2014. Since then she was awarded the Houston Press’;100 Creatives honor and was a recipient of Dance Source Houston’s Artist in Residence Program for 2015-2016.

Jacquelyne teaches a wide range of technical levels and ages for organizations such as Frame Dance, the Hope Project and the Houston Ballet. Connect with Jacquelyne @jackiejayboe and

About Jeremy Nuncio

Jeremy Nuncio is a pianist and composer whose musical infinity lies in the contemporary minimal and improvisational music; both Western and non-Western. During his studies at the Moores School of Music he met his first private jazz piano instructor, Robert Boston. This event would prove to be a great shift for Jeremy and his approach to improvisation; broadening his view of the role that improvisation can play. It was also during this time he studied and performed traditional Balkan music with local Bulgarian zurna player, Hristo Alexiev. Unsatisfied with the tonal possibilities of acoustic instruments, Jeremy began his pursuit into the field of sound design.

About Flatland Gallery

Flatland Gallery just west of Brasil is a multipurpose art space featuring three dimensional work, films, performances and specialty meals. Originally named Mixture, the gallery has served under iterations such as DOMY Books, The Brandon, and She Works Flexible. The previous Gallery “The Brandon” showcased local, national, and international emerging and professional artists to varied audiences. The open floor plan allows for a variety of concepts, exhibitions, pop-up dinners and private parties.

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