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30-30-30 at Dixon Place

30-30-30 at Dixon Place


Dixon Place


Dixon Place
161A Chrystie Street
New York, New York 11103


Friday, December 30, 2016 - 7:30pm



Dixon Place

Join Dixon Place for a very special celebratory finale on Friday, December 30th, featuring 30 dance companies showcasing 3 minutes of work each, saluting the close of the 30th Anniversary Year for NYC’s pre-eminent artistic incubator.

BEings Dance: Choreographer- Emily Bufferd
JDY Dance: Choreographer- Jennifer Yackel
CoreDance Contemporary: Choreographer- Rebecca McCormac
Choreographer – Juliana Garber 
SUNPROJECT: Choreographer- Sun ae Hwang
Kasan’aDANCECompany: Choreographer- Kassama Kassi Baldeh
Take It Away Dance: Choreographer- Pamela Hetherington
5th Digit Dance: Choreographer- Cassandra Cotta 
NYC Dance Arts Professional Dance Company: Choreographer- Roshelle Wilder
Earth Vibration Dancers: Choreographer- Kate Hess 
Choreographer – Gabriella Carmichael
Janice Rosario and Company: Choreographer- Janice Rosario
Hanna Q Dance Co: Choreographer- Johanna LjungQvist-Brinson

Katelyn Halpern & Dancers: Choreographer- Katelyn Halpern 
Choreograpoher – Bethany Mitchell
MMDC: Choreographer- Mari Meade 
Amaris Dance: Choreographer- Alexandra Amirov
ThomasOrtiz Dance: Choreographer- Ted Thomas 
Curet Performance Project: Choreographer- Megan Curet
Choreographer – Sean Thomas Boyt
Poemdance Co: Choreographer- Cleo Carol Knopf
Inclined Dance Project: Choreographer- Kristen Klein
Becky Radway Dance Projects: Choreographer- Becky Radway
Dance Key West: Choreographer- Kyla Piscopink
Boston Community Dance Project (BCDP): Choreographer- Sarah-Katarina SKooJ CorE-O
Kizuna Dance: Choreographer- Cameron McKinney
Fernweh Productions: Choreographer- Carson Reiners
Choreographer – Kirsten schranze
Copy That Dance: Choreographer- Phoebe Rose Sandford
Vanessa Long Dance Company: Choreographer- Vanessa Long 
The Brooklyn Dance Ensemble: Choreographer- Benjamin Briones

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