HIGHLAND PARK, NJ: 10 Hairy Legs Returns to New Brunswick
10 Hairy Legs
10 HAIRY LEGS
2018 New Brunswick Performance at Loree Dance Theatre
New Jersey Dèbut of 10 State National Tour Program
March 21 at 7:30 pm
All Tickets $10.00
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 performance features the program seen 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. Choreographers Doug Elkins, Heidi Latsky, David Parker, Stephen Petronio and Megan Williams’ works comprise the program that has been lauded by audiences and critics throughout the US. 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. Parking and directions.
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.
A Silent Auction to benefit the company will take place that evening in the lobby outside Loree Dance Theatre. Featured items include 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. To request a Large Print Program or to arrange for handicapped seating, contact email@example.com by March 14, 2018.
About 10 Hairy Legs
10 Hairy Legs is an all-male repertory dance company performing newly commissioned and existing works. Since our founding in 2012 we have commissioned 14 works from choreographers Doug Varone, Doug Elkins, Tiffany Mills, Manuel Vignoulle, Julie Bour, Megan Williams, Al Blackstone, Raja Feather Kelly and founder Randy James. We have served more than 80,000 patrons, students, artists and educators throughout the NY/NJ region, in NYC at BAM Fisher/Fishman Space, New York Live Arts, The 92nd Street Y, Brooklyn Dance Festival, Modern Dance at Bryant Park, Dixon Place, Gibney Dance, Joe’s Pub, West End Theatre, Fire Island for the DRA Benefit Week End, Dance at Socrates, Koresh Come Together Festival; on tour to the Choregus Dance Festival in Tulsa, OK and as a guest artist at its Benefit Gala in July 2017, appearing with Joffrey and Geneva Ballets, Seattle, WA, The Cayman Islands, New England; and Rhode Island and in 2017-2018 will tour to 10 states outside of NJ; broadcast nationally and internationally on NJTV’s State of the Arts, The Meredith Vieira Show and Nick Cannon’s Red Nose Dancathon, and in residence at the Kaatsbaan International Dance Center. In December 2016 we were the only American dance company appearing at the Cape Town (South Africa) International Dance Festival. We provide a wide range of education programs for all ages focusing on the many facets of maleness as expressed through dance, serving more than 6,500 students and educators each year.
In 2015 10 Hairy Legs launched 10 HL Projects, which includes women for specific productions outside of the all male company. The first of these was a new full-length work based upon C. S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, choreographed by James that had its World Premiere at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in January 2016.
Our Artistic Collaborators are choreographers Al Blackstone, Julie Bour, Seàn Curran, David Dorfman, Dan Froot, Doug Elkins, Raja Feather Kelly, Heidi Latsky, Cleo Mack, Tiffany Mills, David Parker, Stephen Petronio, Claire Porter, Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor, Doug Varone, Manuel Vignoulle, Christopher Williams and Megan Williams; musicians Tigger Benford, Sarah Biber, Jane Chung, Lachlan Glen, Kyle Olson, Robert Maggio, Bryan Strimpel, Michael Wall, Dorian Wallace and Peter Whitehead; and designers Abraham Cruz, Oana Botez, Cindy Capraro, Benjamin Heller, John Lasiter, Naomi Luppescu, Mary Kokie McNaugher, Dennis O’Leary-Gullo, Lauren Parrish, Amanda Ringger, Amanda Shafran, Ken Tabatchnik, Olivier Theyskens, Asa Thornton and Tuce Yasak. In addition to their work with 10 Hairy Legs, our company members are currently featured artists with The Bang Group, Stephen Petronio Company and Zvi Dance, among others.
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