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LEIMAY presents SOAKED 2018

LEIMAY presents SOAKED 2018




Voorhees Theater, New York City College of Technology, 186 Jay Street


Wednesday, May 30, 2018 - 7:00pm daily through June 23, 2018




SOAK Is an annual stream of AcTS and training presenting dance, theater, music, butoh, performance art, and interdisciplinary works. SOAK is presented by LEIMAY in partnership with the New York City College of Technology: City Tech Theaterworks and molded collectively by the artists of the 2017-2018 LEIMAY Fellowship.

SOAK broadens the perceptions of our artists and audiences with work that is experimental, rigorous, and thought-provoking. The series showcases finished and in-progress work by international, local, and fellow artists, and blends them together in a melange that inspires audiences, invigorates the artists, and stimulates the community surrounding LEIMAY's activities.

Performances this year include work by LEIMAY Fellows Judith Barnes and Vertical Player Repertory; Eunjin Choi; The People Movers; Polina Porras Sivolobova; Timothy Scott, Sophia Treanor and Nicolas Noreña; Taragano Theatre; and Drew Weinstein, as well as, guest artists Sebastian Abarbanell; BK Dance Project; Ainesh Madan; and Teddy Tedholm. During the LEIMAY Block Party, various local artists will join SOAK for pop-up and musical performances.

LEIMAY LUDUS sessions during SOAK feature the LEIMAY LUDUS Summer Intensive with Artistic Director Ximena Garnica and 3-day Lab with Butoh Dancer Shinichi Iova-Koga.


GET SOAKED // Immerse your senses


Photo by Chelsea Robin Lee.

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