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DOUBLEPLUS: Dylan Crossman Dans(c)e + Caleb Teicher & Company

DOUBLEPLUS: Dylan Crossman Dans(c)e + Caleb Teicher & Company

Company:

Dylan Crossman Dans(c)e + Caleb Teicher & Company

Location:

Gibney Dance
New York, NY

Dates:

Thursday, December 1, 2016 - 8:00pm daily through December 3, 2016

Tickets:

https://gibneydance.org/performance/doubleplus-fall-2016/dylan-crossman-caleb-teicher/

Company:
Dylan Crossman Dans(c)e + Caleb Teicher & Company

DOUBLEPLUS
Tickets $15. All performances take place at Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center at 280 Broadway. Tickets and additional information available at GibneyDance.org/DoublePlus.


 
Dylan Crossman Dans(c)e + Caleb Teicher & Company
Curated by David Parker


Thursday, December 1–Saturday, December 3 at 8 p.m.
The Theater at Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performance Arts Center, 280 Broadway

 
Dylan Crossman Dans(c)e: [Insert Title]
[Insert Title] is a study on humanity within formalism, starring four dancers and a table. Through a mix of virtuosic, pedestrian and gestural movement, Crossman explores beauty, human flaws and our desire to connect to one another. Can a performer reveal and sustain their true self while existing within the constructs of a formal environment and connecting to each audience member?
 
Caleb Teicher & Company: Caleb & Nathan Meet Ella
In Caleb & Nathan Meet Ella, 2011 Bessie Award-winner and acclaimed dancer and choreographer Caleb Teicher collaborates with one of the world’s most eminent swing and vernacular jazz dancers, Nathan Bugh. Together for the first time, the duo will utilize jazz dance forms to glide towards, cut against and trade with the Queen of Jazz, Ella Fitzgerald. Bringing new depth to Ella’s well-known catalogue, Caleb and Nathan will stretch the boundaries and distill the essence of movement to jazz music.

 

Caleb Teicher photo by Amanda Gentile.

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