STEPS BEYOND FOUNDATION and REVERBdance presentPERFORMANCE LAB SERIES
STEPS BEYOND FOUNDATION; REVERBdance
STEPS BEYOND FOUNDATION and REVERBdance
PERFORMANCE LAB SERIES
with work/performances by:
VANESSA VAN WORMER
and special guests, THE STEPS REPERTORY ENSEMBLE
Sunday September 27 at 7 PM
Steps on Broadway Studio Theater, 2121 Broadway @ 74th Street, 3rd floor
Reservations: www.stepsnyc.com/steps-beyond or available for purchase at the door
The Steps Beyond Foundation, dedicated to developing artistic voices, presents another Steps Beyond/REVERBdance Lab of new works by artists from all genres, including dance, music, theater and performance art, Sunday September 27, 7 PM, at the Steps on Broadway Studio Theater, 2121 Broadway. The "Lab" evenings always offer a lively variety of expressions as Steps continues its commitment to provide a safe and supportive environment for both emerging and established artists to create new works.
A unique feature of the performance lab evenings is that audience members are provided with paper and pencil, and are invited to submit to the participants written feedback expressing their thoughts - praise, constructive criticism, comments, or questions about the work (confidential, of course - no names!).
Each event concludes with a post-performance Artists Social, giving the artists and audience members a chance to nosh and network.
The Steps Beyond Foundation is dedicated to developing and sustaining dance artists and to the cultivation of the dance community. Specifically, the Foundation is committee to supporting excellence in the field by providing collaborative opportunities among emerging and established artists through community engagement, dance scholarships, the Steps Repertory Ensemble, and by presenting performances and special events. For more information on the Foundation, contact Dian Grumet, Artistic Director at 212.874.2410 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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