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Sans Limites Dance Fall Season 2016 (Showcase Series)

Sans Limites Dance Fall Season 2016 (Showcase Series)

Company:

Sans Limites Dance

Location:

The Hudson Guild Theatre

Dates:

Thursday, November 17, 2016 - 8:00pm daily through November 19, 2016

Tickets:

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2640818

Company:
Sans Limites Dance

Sans Limites Dance Fall Season 2016 (Showcase Series)


Sans Limites Dance is presenting the works of Emerging, Mid-Career & Established Choreographers/Companies from November 17th -20th at The Hudson Guild Theatre; a 99-seat, modern proscenium arch theatre located in Chelsea, NYC.  

Inspired by the Duncan quote, "You were once wild here, don't let them tame you", SLD showcases innovative works that aim to push past the definitions that currently define/confine dance. You will see works that break down barriers and redefine dance forms through unique choreographic visions; ranging from highly technical/athletic dance to gesture/performance-art based movement.



PROGRAM A: Thursday, November 17th at 8PM
CHOREOGRAPHY BY:  James LaTeek, Gina Montalto, Tom Tsai & Alexandra Rose.

PROGRAM B: Friday, November 18th at 8PM
CHOREOGRAPHY BY: Wilma Casal, Victor Lozano, Dorothy Nunez, Mary Seidman,
Madeline Schaffer & Rourou Ye

PROGRAM C: Saturday, November 19th at 8PM
CHOREOGRAPHY BY: Kamali Hill, Alice Lambert, Jacqueline Ledesma, Maija Rutkovska
& Kendra Swartz




*NOTE: The work of Diana Pettersen (SLD Artistic Director) & Susanne McHugh (SLD Rehearsal Director) will be performed at every performance by Chloe Benitez, Kallie Leski, Susanne McHugh, Matilda Sakamoto, Diana Sorokova and Allison Ward.*

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