Brian Brooks Audition Notice
Dancers for new project + Paid apprenticeship positions!
Choreographer Brian Brooks is seeking to hire one male and one female dancer for a new project, as well as male and female dancers for paid apprenticeship positions. Rehearsals take place in New York City for up to 20 hours a week and are paid. Performances are paid and include national touring and a New York City premiere.
Advanced registration is required to audition. Candidates will audition on either April 2 or 4, not both. Email resume to email@example.com to receive a confirmed audition date.
Dancers must exhibit strong modern dance technique, with clarity of line and focus. Experience and comfort with partnering is essential, as well as having interest in group process and collaboration.
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Thursday, April 4, 2013
Friday, April 5, 2013
1:00-5:00pm CALL BACKS
NY CITY CENTER
130 West 56th Street (btwn 6th & 7th Aves), NY NY
Studio 4 (enter for the studios on West 56th Street, elevator to fourth floor)
Choreographer Brian Brooks has been awarded with a NY City Center Choreography Fellowship for the 2012-2013 season. He has received commissions to create new work from the Vail international Dance Festival (2012, 2013), Lincoln Center Out of Doors (2010), the 92nd St Y Harkness Dance Foundation (2008), Dance Theater Workshop (2006), and Symphony Space (2005), among others. His company has toured internationally and enjoyed two consecutive seasons at the Joyce Theater (2011, 2012), in addition to being presented as part of the Focus Dance program in January 2013.
In the 2011-2012 season, his group received major production and residency support from the National Dance Project, securing a ten-city tour to venues including the American Dance Festival, Durham, NC; Wesleyan University’s Center for the Arts, Middletown, CT; The Egg, Albany, NY; the American Dance Institute, Rockville, MD; SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY; and the historic Jacob’s Pillow, Becket, MA. His new duet with NY City Ballet Principal Dancer Wendy Whelan, originally commissioned by Damian Woetzel, will be presented this year at the Guggenheim Museum before its international tour.