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Nicholas Andre Dance
Nicholas Andre Dance
Nicholas Andre Dance,
Nicholas Andre Dancewill present two world premieres: "Wired", set to music by Steve Reich and an untitled new work set to the music of Philip Glass. The company will also present recent repertory including: "Until Blue"(2009), an exhilarating, fast paced athletic work that pushes the dancers to their limits through the pure joy of movement. "Passage"(2009) is a full company work interspersed with soft gestures that grows in volume like a conversation, with graciousness and ends with the image of a wave ebbing and flowing on the shore. The piece follows the deliberate nomadic journey of a group across the land to new beginnings. "Undercurrent" (2009) features a quartet of men and women, with two different casts depending on the performance, who gracefully grow throughout the work while keeping a constant through line. The use of counterpoint and staging teases the eye without ever demanding it look in any one place. The company will also perform a repertory favorite "The Last Man"(2007), a defining piece of Mr. Ross’ work as a choreographer that is dedicated to the memory of the late Richard Cook.
Dancers:Katlyn Baskin, Kristy Engel, Trista Jennings Jeremy Nedd, Morgan Palmer, Christopher Ralph, Juan Rodriguez (appears courtesy of Complexions Contemporary Ballet), Tommy Scrivens and Aaron Walter. Lighting design by Burke Wilmore. a New York City-based company whose mission is to bring athletic concepts of modern dance movement to a wide variety of audiences, presents its Sixth New York City season at Joyce SoHo, 155 Mercer Street (between Houston and Prince Streets), NYC December 17-20, 2009 at 8pm. Tickets are 0 (5 for students/seniors/DancePass) and are available at www.joyce.org or by phone at (212) 352-3101 or (866) 811-4111.