JERSEY CITY, NJ: YOUR MOVE Dance Festival
YOUR MOVE is New Jersey's award-winning modern dance festival, presenting the work of 24 visionary choreographers and over 100 performers from across the country. Now in its 8th season, the YOUR MOVE festival is widely recognized for its fresh and exciting lineup of high-caliber modern dance. Landmark Loew's Theater is located in Jersey City, NJ. And easy walk from the PATH station for travel to NYC. The Friday night performance features site-sepcific dance in the beautiful lobby of the historic Loew's theater.
YOUR MOVE Tickets $18 in advance / $22 at the door
Friday, November 17th 7:30pm
Adriana Santoro & Artists
The Dancing Georgina Project
Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company, FEATURED GUEST COMPANY*
Sarah Nagle & Justin Ross
Sarah Weber Gallo Dancetheatre
Sunday, November 19th 3:00pm
Daniel Flores Dance
Heather Warfel Sandler
Katelyn Halpern & Dancers
NSquared Dance Company
Sunday, November 19th 6:00pm
Ali Kenner brodsky & co.
JKing Dance Company/Joyce King
Mook Dance Company
Robert Mark Dance
T.MAJ Dance Company
*The acclaimed NY-based Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company, founded in 1998, is known for its playful virtuosity. The diverse repertory has earned praise for its humor, stylistic diversity, musicality, charisma and accessibility. Highlights include performances at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and Jazz at Lincoln Center. DGDC’s 15th anniversary premiered The Oracle at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s BAM Fisher. In 2017 the Company launches The Encore Project, a celebration of the 10th Year Anniversary of the acclaimed production Encore.
Presented by Art House Productions in partnership with Landmark Loew's Theater
Co-Produced by Morgan Refakis and Meagan Woods
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