Three Dances Choreography

Three Dances has been creating dances since 2001.   They have been commissioned by composers, poets, designers, schools and businesses.  Three Dances is currently available to create custom works; please e-mail requests.

Category Archives: Work


Cliché and Bourgeoise

Choreographed and performed by Jamey Garner

Cliché and Bourgeoise is a solo developed from the idea of the words in the title. Combining elements drawn from a Western repertoire of ballet, modern and postmodern dance and spiced with impressions of voudou and spirit possession, the solo is created for marathon purposes. In the final version of the piece, the dance will repeat until the dancer cannot or will not continue. A form of performance art in the sense that the performer will test the limits of her physical abilities and mental focus to repeat the movements with an indefinite time limit.

Costume design by Joan Vorderbruggen of Lollycopter

Music composed by Steven Jobe

Photo courtesy of Scott Pakudaitis


Antique’s Daughter

Choreographed by Jamey Garner

Work in Progress

Employing gaze as an element for investigation, Antique’s Daughter  explores the concept of the perception of the feminine. Drawing from the scrutiny of the artist and performer, the piece returns the stare to the audience.

Utilizing the idea of seeing, being seen and sacred space, the dancers break through the fourth wall that separates performer from audience, traveling into and out of the domain of the viewer. With a performance history of a backyard, a bar and traditional theatre spaces, the performance region is defined beyond the stage, albeit set apart from the audience, creating a clear delineation between viewer sector and performer territory.

Photo courtesy of Digital Crush Photography


Antique’s Daughter from Jamey Garner on Vimeo (March 2011)

Brewed Bitches

Brinsley and Jamey created a new site-specific work for a hot tub in Tucson, AZ.

Premiered January 27, 2010

Photo by Alex Wohlhueter

Interactive: The Musical

Commissioned by Clockwork Active Media Systems for a short film, Brinsley’s choreography featured most of the Clockwork staff and their unique space. Features the song 9 to 5.



Brinsley created this dance during her pregnancy and performed it in her eighth month.  The piece is a humorous representation of the movements of the squirming being inside her body.


Choreographed by Suzanne Wiltgen

Photo courtesy of Scott Pakudaitis


Choreographed by Three Dances

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The Superpowers Improvisation

Choreographed by Jamey Garner

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Music and Dance for Three Hurdy-Gurdies

Choreographed by Three Dances

Ballet Box Compartment 4

Choreographed by Jamey Garner

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