KCUR interview with Jane Gotch, June 30, 2016

A Complex System 

Central Standard interview by BRIAN ELLISON & MATTHEW LONG-MIDDLETON

Jane Gotch on the air with Molly Kaderka discussing what it means to live in a body, human movement and her choreographic process.

Listen HERE!

KCUR interview with Jane Gotch, September 22, 2015

World Of Hurt 


Pain. It's not the most uplifting topic, in fact it hurts, but it's universal... and throughout time, philosophers have found value in it. Our meditation on pain starts with a dance.


Jane Gotch, dancer, choreographer and Gyrotonic trainer
Dr. Lynn Webster, leading pain researcher and author, The Painful Truth
Dr. Sarah Robins, assistant professor, University of Kansas Department of Philosophy

Listen to the interview HERE.

LET IT FALL Kansas City Release

LET IT FALL releases with new dance works by Jane Gotch and Kameron N. Saunders with performances by Mark Southerland, Shawn Hansen, Mikal Shapiro, or Jeff Harshbarger.

PERFORMANCES: August 21, 22, 28, and 29 at 8pm

Pre Performance Dinner: Saturday, August 22 and 29 at 6pm

Performance only $15
Dinner and performance $65

Seating is limited

Tickets available for advanced purchase at
or call 1.800.838.3006

All performances at St. Marks Hope and Peace Lutheran Church
3800 Troost St. Kansas CIty MO 64109

2014 Charlotte Street Generative Artist Award Fellow

I am thrilled and honored to announce I am a 2014 Charlotte Street Generative Artist Award Fellow, along with my friend Hermon Mehari.

This year’s panel included Jane Beachy, independent performance producer and curator/director, Salonathon, Chicago; David Ford, multi-disciplinary artist, Kansas City, MO; Kip Haaheim, composer, musician, and Associate Professor of Music Composition, University of Kansas; Nicole Hodges Persley, theatre artist and Assistant Professor of Theatre, University of Kansas; and Emily Johnson, choreographer & director, Catalyst, MN.

Read the full CSF press release.

WE! awarded Rocket Grant from Andy Warhol Foundation

New multi-disciplinary performance installation project by Jane Gotch and Mark Southerland

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Septemer 2010
WE! is awarded a Rocket Grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation in partnership with The Charlotte Street Foundation and The Spencer Museum. 
The project is directed and produced by Jane Gotch and Mark Southerland, and performed in collaboration with Brie Blakeman, Brad Cox, Kalen Compernolle, Jason Dixon, Shay Estes, Tuesday Faust, Abbe Findley, Laura Frank, Helen Gillet, Shawn Hansen, Hadley Johnson, Ke-Sook Lee, Chad Meise, Miles Neidinger, Paul Rudy, Matt Tady, and MIca Thomas.