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Drye/Marinaro Dance Company presents "Conflicted Journeys"

Drye/Marinaro Dance Company presents "Conflicted Journeys"

Company:

Drye/Marinaro Dance Company

Location:

Dixon Place
161A Crystie St
New York, NY 10002

Dates:

Sunday, December 4, 2016 - 5:00pm

Tickets:

https://www.facebook.com/DmDanceCompany/

Company:
Drye/Marinaro Dance Company

Conflicted Journeys

Sunday, December 5th at 5 pm.

An evening of contemporary work exploring human emotion, reaction, and interaction.

$20 in Advance

$15 Students

http://dixonplace.org/performances/conflicted-journeys/

Estimated Running Time 75 min.

 

Drye/ Marinaro Dance Company is co-founded by artistic directors Jamie Drye and Francesca Marinaro. Marrying their artistic developments with an extraordinary diversified blend of dancers, DMDC brings power, passion, and vigor to the stage. In 5 years, DM Dance has performed in many festivals along the east coast, presented 3 self-produced shows, and co-produced the Fresh Dance Series; traveling to North Carolina, Washington D.C, Philadelphia, and New York City. Drye/ Marinaro Dance is a unique and stylistically diverse dance company that strives to support the evolution of dance as an art, an expression, and a way of life. Striving not only to entertain, but also to intrigue audiences with thought provoking themes; using dance as medium to make connections to life and real human interactions.

 

Credits:

Choreographers:

  • Jamie Drye
  • Francesca Marinaro

 

Dancers:

Emma Elliott                    Stephanie Little

Brittney Bembry               Samantha Lun

Bridget Cantania               Bryan Rodriguez               

Nicole Guzman                  Natalia Rodriguez

Marion Helfenstein             Susan Steinman             

JJ Hsiung

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