Alison Cook Beatty Dance presents "Winter Wonderland (Section 3)"
Alison Cook Beatty Dance
WINTER WONDERLAND is a series of five short holiday and winter-themed dances choreographed and filmed in various parts of New York City during winter 2020-2021 of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Join Alison Cook Beatty Dance February 18th, March 4th, and March 18th at 7 p.m. for the World Premieres of WINTER WONDERLAND (Section 3, 4, and 5) accompanied by special encore performances of past repertoires, such as Touched By Fire, Magnetic Temptations, and a finale of all sections of Winter Wonderland edited together for the final evening to bring it home as we gear up for the spring equinox soon after Winter Wonderland 5.
Ticket purchasers will receive an email with a private YouTube link the day before the show. Please click here to register and purchase a $5 ticket.
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help support programs like these. Thank you so much for your support and for joining us for our winter series.
We would like to thank Partners for Sacred Places who are collaborating with Dance/NYC and the New York Landmarks Conservancy to locate available space and provide free training for dance makers and faith-based organizations interested in learning how to share space. The goal of this project is to create and foster sustainable, mutually beneficial space-sharing relationships. We are honored to be sharing space with St. Luke's Lutheran Church and Pastor Arden Strasser for his support.
Credits: Winter Wonderland Section 3
Choreography: Alison Cook-Beatty
Music: Silent Night & Ava Maria by Sinead O’Connor & Newscasts from March 2020-January 2021 overlaid by Alison Cook-Beatty
Dancers: Ricardo G. Barrett, Richard Sayama, Fiona Oba, Carolina Rivera, Niccolo Orsolani, Vera Paganin
Filmed by The Fleet at St. Luke's Lutheran Church in NYC in partnership with Partners for Sacred Places who are collaborating with Dance/NYC and the New York Landmarks Conservancy
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