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NY Quadrille at The Joyce Theater
Pam Tanowitz Dance; RoseAnne Spradlin; Tere O’Connor Dance; Loni Landon Dance Project
Conceived and Curated by Lar Lubovitch
A quadrille is an 18th century dance performed in a rectangular configuration and viewed from four sides. To kick off its 2016/17 season, The Joyce Theater will be transformed for the NY Quadrille, a sensational two-week engagement created by renowned choreographer Lar Lubovitch and commissioned by The Joyce featuring a specially constructed platform stage designed to create viewing from four sides. Following through with the spirit of “four,” Lubovitch has selected four exciting choreographers—Pam Tanowitz, RoseAnne Spradlin, Tere O’Connor, and Loni Landon to create contemporary dance works on four sides. Each quadrille will be performed on its own program, with each program performed four times over the course of the two weeks. This transformation of The Joyce is sure to challenge audiences to embrace a new concept of the theater’s physical space and to appreciate the artistry of the four choreographers chosen to participate in this exciting event.
Pam Tanowitz Dance
Tue, Sep 27 & Wed, Sep 28 at 7:30pm; Sat, Oct 1 at 2pm & 8pm
Curtain Chat: Sat, Oct 1 (following 2pm perf.)
Thu, Sep 29 and Fri, Sep 30 at 8pm; Sun, Oct 2 at 2pm & 7:30pm
Curtain Chat: Fri, Sep 30
Tere O’Connor Dance
Tue, Oct 4 and Wed, Oct 5 at 7:30pm; Sat, Oct 8 at 2pm & 8pm
Curtain Chat: Sat, Oct 8 (following 2pm perf.)
Loni Landon Dance Project
Thu, Oct 6 and Fri, Oct 7 at 8pm; Sun, Oct 9 at 2pm & 7:30pm
Curtain Chat: Fri, Oct 7
[Photo: Len Prince]
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