Alison Cook Beatty Dance's 10 Year Anniversary Performance in collaboration with The American Foundation of Suicide Prevention
ALISON COOK BEATTY DANCE
Alison Cook Beatty Dance celebrates its 10th Anniversary in collaboration with The American Foundation of Suicide Prevention at New York Live Arts on Sunday, November 6th, 2022, at 7:30 PM.
Join us for an evening with award-winning quest artists and organizations that have been pivotal along the Company's journey.
The program will consist of Alison's newest work which will have its NYC Premiere at New York Live Arts, "Joyful Offering." "Touched By Fire," one of her earliest works to JS Bach's Prelude in G Major, will be accompanied by cellist Ms. Jisoo Ok. Two works choreographed in 2022 as well, "One More Day," lyrics were written by Board President Gerald Appelstein in tribute to his son Jason who died by suicide, and performed by legendary singer and great friend Jeff Keller with award-winning musicians Polina Nazaykinskaya and Konstantin Soukhovetskiand. "Absurd Hereos," set to the music of David Lang, will be performed with visual artist Sean King's work and costume designer Larissa Shirley King. We are honored to have guest artists from WHITE WAVE DANCE perform Alison's "Seele," a pas de trois with two women and one man. The Company will perform an excerpt of "Central Park Field #4" in Ali Tagahvi's iconic pinstriped costumes. "Lifeline," a classical duet choreographed in 2001, set to the music of Karl Jenkins, is also on the program. And Alumni will perform alongside Alison and dancers Maddie, Genaro, Jacob, Madeline, Tom, Ioanna, Kasha, and Mariah in the 1960s favorite "Houston Street Hootenanny."
Tickets range from $20-$100 for student discounts and VIP holders.
*VIP ticket holders will have access to the best seats in the house, a pre-show champagne toast with the cast, and special access to the afterparty with the cast and crew!
We hope you can join us for this milestone. Thank you for your support these past 10 Years, and we look forward to the next decade of Dance Making!
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