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JERSEY CITY, NJ: Nimbus Dance presents STAND UP

JERSEY CITY, NJ: Nimbus Dance presents STAND UP


Nimbus Dance


Nimbus Arts Center
329 Warren St
Jersey City, New Jersey 07302


Saturday, October 23, 2021 - 2:00pm



Nimbus Dance

Celebrating artists as leaders, communicators, and voices of conscience and protest, Nimbus curates a program proclaiming the critical importance of social justice issues of the current moment, and the thread of these issues throughout American history.

People Place Disruption, a work created in collaboration with Jersey City artists, filmmakers, and video artists as a dance film in Spring 2021, returns as a live performance this season. Lauded as “impactful” and “accomplished” the work features emerging choreographic voices within Nimbus. Also on the program: two masterpieces of the 20th century: Strange Fruit (Dr. Pearl Primus, 1943) and Lynchtown (Charles Weidman, 1936), and a new work created by Hudson County youth about the current social injustices they are compelled to "Stand Up" against. 

Artist Collaborators: Derick McKoy Jr • Aanyse Chandler • Justin Cosme-Perez • Isabele Rosso LeighAnn Curd Donterreo Culp • Laia Cabrera & Isabelle Duverger • Jennifer Brown • Isabelle Duverger Myssi Robinson • William Stamos • Rachel Therres • Melida Rodas • Joe Velez • Theda Sandiford • Sara Erickson

This program is sponsored in part by the Hudson County Historical Partnership Program.


Tickets: $22.85


Group discount: 15% off 10 or more tickets purchased together. Call 201-377-0718 for more info.

For the safety of all guests & artists, attendees will need to present proof of vaccination or a negative covid test from within 48 hrs & are required to wear a mask at all times.


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