"Paved Paradise," An Outdoor Dance Performance & Fundraiser for Dixon Place
Armada Dance, Awaken Dance Threatre, Indorican Multicultural Dance Project and more
“Paved Paradise” An outdoor dance performance!
Have you been longing to see real live in-person dance performances? In a parking lot? Dixon Place is proud to present Paved Paradise as part of their annual fundraising campaign. You will be enthralled by six remarkable dance companies and will experience awesome contemporary ballet, hip hop, tap dance, contemporary South Asian and modern dance styles on a real stage! Although dancers may be masked, extraordinary talent will be revealed on this very special fall afternoon.
When: Saturday, October 24th, 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
What: Paved Paradise, an outdoor dance performance, at a safe and socially distanced parking lot on Manhattan’s lower east side.
Where: Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center, 107 Suffolk Street
(entrance on Norfolk), New York, NY 10002.
Media: Sangeeta Yesley
*Armada Dance - @armada_dance / @jenroit
*Awaken Dance Theatre & Dance Atlantic @awakendancetheatre & @danceatlantic
*Indorican Multicultural Dance Project @indoricandance
*Sheep Meadow Dance Theatre @sheepmeadowdancetheatre
*The Redef Movement @redefmovement
Creative Performances’ mission is to provide an opportunity for dancers of all genres to help them showcase their work in New York City. In addition, Creative Performances seeks to create further appreciation by developing projects to explore relationships between dance and other art forms. All projects of Creative Performances are fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas.
Dixon Place is an incubator for artists since 1986 and a non-profit organization committed to supporting the creative process by presenting original works of theater, dance, music, puppetry, literature, performance and visual arts at all stages of development. Like all theaters, Dixon Place is operating at half-mast. They've been doing a lot of virtual programming, and since their annual Donor Dinner can’t happen, they have created a series of celebratory, canny, interactive, virtual and outdoor fun-raising events that’ll challenge your imagination, stimulate your senses, and comfort your soul! http://dixonplace.org/raising-cain-campaign/
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