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Parsons Dance Auditions


Parsons Dance


New York City Center, Studio 5


Saturday, May 21, 2011 - 12:00pm



Parsons Dance

 Parsons Dance, praised around the world for its virtuosity, exceptional theatricality, athleticism, energy and accessibility, seeks male and female dancers.  Auditions will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2011 at 12pm at New York City Center, Studio 5, 130 W. 56th Street, NYC.  Appointments are required for the audition and dancers must bring headshots and resumes.  To reserve an appointment, email info@parsonsdance.org.  Questions are welcome by phone at 212-869-9275.

The company seeks men and women with strong modern and ballet technique, partnering skill and a passion for dance.  Candidates should be willing to push their minds and bodies to their absolute potential and beyond.  Parsons Dance tours extensively nationally and internationally.
Parsons Dance creates American works of extraordinary artistry that are engaging and uplifting to audiences throughout the world.  It is the goal of Parsons Dance to make contemporary dance accessible to the widest possible audiences.  In addition to choreography and performance, Parsons Dance positively impacts children, students, and communities through student performances, lecture-demonstrations, master classes, post-show discussions and more.  Parsons Dance has a company of eleven full-time dancers and maintains a repertory of more than 70 works choreographed by David Parsons, twenty of which feature originally commissioned scores by leading composers and musicians, including Dave Matthews, Michael Gordon and Milton Nascimento.  Parsons Dance has collaborated with many other leading artists, including Julie Taymor, William Ivey Long, Annie Leibovitz, Donna Karan and Alex Katz (to name a few).  The New York Times called David Parsons “one of the great movers of modern dance.” New York Magazine referred to him as “one of modern dance’s great living dance-makers.”

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