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Alison Cook Beatty Dance presents "From Concept To Production, In The RAW!"

Alison Cook Beatty Dance presents "From Concept To Production, In The RAW!"


Alison Cook Beatty Dance


Gibney Studio H
280 Broadway (entrance on 53 Chambers St)
NY, NY 10003


Saturday, April 30, 2022 - 7:30pm



Alison Cook Beatty Dance

Alison Cook Beatty Dance presents
“From Concept to Production; in the RAW"!

Join Artistic Director, Alison Cook-Beatty and the dancers in an intimate studio showing

April 30th at 7:30 p.m.

Meet & Greet the dancers & Alison after!

The Company will also show "Echoes In Time," a Work In Progress that premieres in Fall 2022


"From Concept to Production; in the RAW: An Evening with Alison Cook Beatty Dance" will begin at 7:30 PM with a reception of complimentary drinks. Artwork from friends, such as Carol Davis’s sketches from our recent show of ARTISTS IN MOTION MINI, costume designer sketches from Larissa Shirley King, Alison's choreographic journal entries, and items that inspired these dances will be on display until 8 PM.

The program begins at 8 pm and will include an inside look at the concepts and methods in which the dances were crafted and also the tools that Alison used to create these works. Alison and the dancers will demonstrate these concepts and show the process leading up to each work itself.

The program will be, "Echoes Of War" a WORK IN PROGRESS, "One More Day" and "Absurd Heroes", both recent New Works. At the end of the evening, there will be a brief question and answer session with the dancers and Alison.

Don't miss this unique evening that reveals the inner workings of the artist's soul.

Tickets are $20

Pictured: Drawing of Alison Cook-Beatty's "Absurd Hereos" by Carol Davis of Inside Change Arts

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