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DanceBoissiere presents "Red Brass Dream"

DanceBoissiere presents "Red Brass Dream"




The Riverside Theater
91 Claremont Ave
New York, NY 10033


Friday, November 3, 2023 - 7:30pm
Saturday, November 4, 2023 - 7:30pm




Red Brass Dream

Choreography by: Jenny Boissiere in collaboration with dancers. 

Music composed by: JD Sky

Performers: Sara Crayne-Dedrick, Molly Gorin, Sarah Hillmon, Genna Mattana, Jacquelyn Batten, Jessica Robling, Madelyne Clark, Rebecca Hutt

Music performed by: Kelton Norris (drums), Malik McLaurine (bass), Andrew McGowan (piano), JD Sky (trumpet)

Masks Strongly Encouraged

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Join DanceBoissiere for a night of big dance moves and delicious jazz tunes. Red Brass Dream is a 45-minute exploration of collective liberation. 

Collective liberation means we need each other: To build the world we want, express ourselves, live embodied (and in control of our bodies), and stay free. We all deserve rest, play, and dignity free from exploitation. We are intimately and intricately connected to each other’s struggles and we have to build together. 


More about us:

DanceBoissiere is an ensemble of women-identifying dance artists. We actively center our stories, in all of their joy and complexities. We also disrupt the dance ecosystem to prioritize pay for dancers and choreographers. We want to create loud, expressive, and innovative dance works. Find out more about DanceBoissiere.


"Red Brass Dream" is made possible in part with funding from the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation and administered by LMCC, and with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by LMCC.

Music composition and live performance commissioned by the Omomuki Foundation. 

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