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HIGHLAND PARK, NJ: 10 HAIRY LEGS 2018 New Brunswick Performance — NEW DATE MAY 9
10 HAIRY LEGS
2018 New Brunswick Performance at Loree Dance Theatre
NEW DATE MAY 9 - RESCHEDULED FROM MARCH 21
An Evening of Trios and Duets
Sneak Preview of a World Premiere by Yin Yue
Wednesday, May 9 at 7:30 pm
All Tickets $10.00/No Reserved Seating
Highland Park, New Jersey --- 10 Hairy Legs returns to New Brunswick for its sixth consecutive season at a new location. Tickets for the weeknight show are $10 General Admission. Tickets: 10HL.org. The evening features works performed in 10 states during the company’s national tour in the fall and winter, including debuts at The Kravis Center in West Palm Beach and Dance Place in Washington, DC, and a Preview of a World Premiere by Yin Yue that will debut at the company’s 2018 New York Season at Baryshnikov Arts Center. The performance is underwritten in part by a grant from The MagyarBank Charitable Foundation. Loree Dance Theatre is located on the Douglass Campus of Rutgers University, 70 Lipman Drive.
Palm Beach Daily News critic Demetrius Klein noted, “Gotta hand it to them: 10 Hairy Legs show what modern dance should be. The all-New Jersey based, all-male dance company 10 Hairy Legs showcases, by far, the best American male modern dancers one could have the good fortune of seeing these days. Palm Beach audiences were indeed fortunate to have that opportunity this weekend at the Kravis Center Rinker Playhouse.
– January 2018.
Yin Yue, Artistic Director of YYDC is internationally recognized as a versatile performer and choreographer. Born and raised in Shanghai, China, she trained rigorously in technically-demanding and highly-structured Chinese classical and folk dance, as well as classical ballet technique. After pursuing her MFA in dance from NYU's Tisch School of The Arts in 2008, Yin quickly gained recognition as a unique and exceptional talent among her peers. Yin created an innovative contemporary dance technique FoCo Technique that soon caught the attention of the dance world. She was the winner of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago 2015 International Commissioning Project, winner of the 2015 BalletX Choreographic Fellowship, and winner of Northwest Dance Project’s 5th Annual Pretty Creatives International Choreographic Competition in 2013. Through these high-profile successes, Yin was commissioned by all three widely-recognized companies as well as other companies and platforms namely Limon Dance Company, Bruce Wood Dance, New Dialect, Balletto Teatro di Torino in Italy, Backhausdance and George Mason University. She was also selected as First Place in Choreography at National Professional Dance Competition in Shanghai, China, 92Y Harkness Dance 2016-2017 Artist In Residence, Emerging Choreographer of 2015 at Springboard Danse Montreal, as well as a finalist at The A.W.A.R.D Show 2010! presented by New York The Joyce Theater Foundation.
A Silent Auction to benefit the company will take place that evening in the lobby outside Loree Dance Theatre. Featured items include a week in a Private Guest House in the Loire Valley, France, original artwork inspired by the company by Zachary Z. Handler and Stanley Pink, tickets to NJ theaters, restaurant packages, hand made Roku items by potter Ann Tsubota and much, much more.
Loree Dance Theatre is Barrier-Free. Large Print Programs will be available. To arrange for handicapped seating, contact firstname.lastname@example.org by May 1, 2018.
Photo: "Slapstuck" by David Parker.
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