Zullo/RawMovement creates performance experiences using movement, architecture, sound, light and new media to create whole environments exploring concepts drawn from cultural and psychological points of interest. RawMovement shares these dances in the hopes of eliciting an emotional response to a movement-based experience in traditional and unconventional performance settings that expand the boundaries of where and how performances are experienced. Zullo/RawMovement was selected for FLICfest 2015 at the Irondale Center in Brooklyn, and since the company’s inception in 2010, it has performed at the Dance Complex in Cambridge, Massachusetts, at American Dance Institute in Maryland, The Greenwich Academy in Greenwich, Connecticut, in New York at Danspace Project at St. Mark’s Church, LaMaMa Theater and numerous other venue here and abroad.
Director/choreographer John J Zullo is originally from the Bronx, New York and graduated from American University in 1996 with a BA in Anthropology and 1999 with a MA in Dance. Recent guest choreographer and teaching engagements include Barefoot Dance Company and the Community College of Baltimore County. He has also taught and lectured at Western Michigan University (MI), Emory University (GA), Textured Dance (IL), as well as at New York University and many other institutions nationally.